According to reports, an Xbox Games Showcase could be planned as early as 2023, with its own game development team announcing new titles.
Information about the Xbox Games Showcase scheduled for early 2023 is being shared online, including hints of new game announcements from the first-party studio. 2022 has been a challenging year for Xbox, with Starfield being pushed to 2023 and a handful of major first-party releases. Next year, Xbox is looking to improve its situation through what it hopes will be a much better line of games. A program in early 2023 that focuses on those games could help get the year off to a good start.
Previously announced games for Xbox in 2023 include Redfall, Starfield, Forza Motorsport, and Minecraft Legends. All four of these games have an uncertain release date, but the early 2023 rollout will be a great opportunity to update each game’s development. Xbox Game Pass will also continue to be the main focus of Xbox into 2023. The rollout will be an opportunity to provide updates on Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, Ark 2, Flintlock, and other products. The early 2023 Xbox Games Showcase report comes from Giant Bomb’s Jeff Grubb. Grubb explained that he had heard of the event himself, although he did not cite any sources or give certainty that the event would happen. He said others have “insinuated” that an event is also taking place, perhaps to corroborate what he said.
There’s another interesting detail attached to Grubb’s Xbox report. He said that the event will feature the announcement of a new game from one of the Microsoft studios. Specifically, it is said to be a new game from Tango Gameworks. Instead of something massive like The Evil Inside or Ghostwire: Tokyo, the new game is said to be smaller. Think Pentiment – a smaller Obsidian Entertainment project while the studio worked on Avowed at the same time.
The above issues aside, Xbox really has to deal with a big question that most of their fans are probably thinking about right now. That question is related to what Xbox is doing right now. Xbox has had a surprisingly quiet second half of 2022, and most fans probably don’t know what’s going to happen on Xbox in 2023. Even if Xbox doesn’t have much to show for the community. , an event that showcases Xbox and Bethesda games in early 2023 will likely give fans some reassurance.
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