Be prepared for a collection of new Xbox Series X gameplay. Microsoft intends to reveal an undisclosed number of third-party games next week coming to the next-gen console.
Recently, Xbox head Phil Spencer suggested that we might see Xbox Series X games in the upcoming weeks, Microsoft has subsequently given a specific date. Gamers who bat for the green team can tune in to a special episode of Inside Xbox, on May 7 at 8 am PT/11 am ET/4 pm BST. Here Microsoft and its global partners will showcase next-gen gameplay running on Xbox Series X.
This will be the first glance into what Microsoft’s pint-sized tower of power is capable of. Especially after the technical specifications were unveiled last month, the public has extremely high expectations. Since we still haven’t seen any genuine gameplay footage from Xbox Series X or PS5, it is hard not to get thrilled about what Microsoft may have in store.
It is very likely that the show contains a few fascinating astonishments and, in typical Microsoft fashion, a number of ‘world premieres’. The reveals will focus on games from third-party and second-party studios instead of seeing any titles from first-party studios, such as Halo Infinite and Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2.
We already know that the freshly declared Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla will be presented in all its ax-wielding grandeur, but will we get any genuine release dates? Could we perhaps learn about a price point for the Xbox Series X?
We are unsure about how many games Microsoft plans to reveal but we do know for sure that Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla will be part of them. Ubisoft announced that game yesterday in an excellent live stream and that was accompanied by an absolutely grand cinematic release trailer today.
Unfortunately, we will have to wait to discover all this and more when Inside Xbox airs on May 7. This will presumably come as a Livestream, meaning Microsoft will share the accurate link from its Twitter account as the date comes near. Microsoft’s Inside Xbox events typically make an appearance on its Twitch, YouTube, and Mixer channels.
This new announcement has gamers thrilled for what Microsoft intends to expose on Thursday, 7 May.