Microsoft announced a second Xbox Games Showcase featuring more gameplay videos and trailers for future games.
While major game releases often slow down in the months of June through August, fans have come to expect the time to be full of big announcements and revelations. Normally, June would be dominated by industry events, although for the second year in a row, the Electronic Entertainment Expo has been cancelled. To fill the void of a big show, companies and studios have chosen to hold their own events for fans to follow.
Next week, Microsoft plans to hold a big rollout with its studio like Bethesda. The Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase usually lead a series of showcases at E3, which kicks off this coming Sunday, leaving fans speculating about what could be premiering. The Obsidian team continues to reveal content, though with more games currently in development like Avowed and The Outer Worlds 2, what’s actually shown can be anyone’s guess.
However, it looks like Microsoft may have too much content to share with fans as the company announced a second rollout two days later on June 14. Known as Xbox. Games Showcase Extended, Microsoft confirmed that fans can expect even more new trailers into the game revealed during the first event, as well as interviews with the developer. This Monday broadcast is also scheduled to run for about 90 minutes, so fans have a chance to know even more about the upcoming titles.
Unfortunately, details on what will be shown are still scant despite some gameplay videos that fans believe will be released. Although it was recently delayed out of 2022, Bethesda’s Starfield is expected to be revealed in full at the Xbox Games Showcase, bringing in a steady stream of new details and trailers throughout the year. Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 – the first XBox Series X game revealed in 2019, is also likely to be a candidate for a deeper study as many expect when the game launches later this year. .
One game that left fans divided over whether or not it will appear is The Elder Scrolls 6. Although the game’s logo was revealed in 2018, Bethesda has been extremely tight-lipped about most details. details. The reality is that the studio still has a number of projects ahead of them including continuing development on Fallout 76 as well as the studio’s next major franchise with Starfield. With Starfield recently hit by a delay to 2023 and thus pushing things back, Phil Spencer also confirmed that Playground Games’ Fable is also scheduled to arrive before The Elder Scrolls 6, so it looks as the timeline may be even further than what fans hope.
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