Shares of Microsoft were falling 0.2% to $39.81 Monday.
The software maker is working on a street soccer reality show called Every Street United that will launch in time for the 2014 World Cup, and a robot thriller called Humans. Microsoft originally announced plans for Xbox-exclusive shows at the Xbox One launch event in 2013, when it announced that Steven Spielberg would work on a show based on the Halo franchise.
Microsoft hopes to set its original shows apart by offering interactive elements such as the ability to unlock extra scenes and play mini-games within scenes of Every Street Unlimited.
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