Microsoft expects to maintain this good start to the year for the second half of 2023.
After the Developer Direct Xbox looks to E3 2023
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After a notable Developer Direct in which Microsoft pinned the arrival of Minecraft Legends y Redfalland surprised with the unexpected launch of Hi-Fi Rush, the latest from the creators of The Evil Within y Ghostwire: Tokyothose of Redmond it seems that from now on his next goal is E3 2023. To find out what’s new from the Xbox house for the second half of the year It seems that we will have to wait for the Los Angeles fair to find out new details.
Counting on the newly released Hi-Fi Rush and Age of Empires II: Definitive Editionwhich arrives on consoles on January 31, Xbox will add almost one game a month in the first half of the year. Ghostwire: Tokyo is expected to come to Xbox consoles Throughout the month of March after ending its period of exclusivity with PlayStation (as happened with Deathloop), Minecraft Legends arrives in April, May will be the month of Redfall and already facing June the E3 conference of Microsoft and Bethesda to find out what games will come next.
Xbox 2022 Redemption
After an almost blank year 2022, saved by games like Pentiment o As Dusk FallsIt seems that Xbox has a great line of releases prepared for the remainder of the year, and E3 2023 will be the perfect setting to show its commitment. “Our teams are hard at work and look forward to sharing even more of what’s next for our fans. when we get back to los angeles for our annual Showcase this summer,” Xbox said during last night’s Developer Direct (via Insider-Gaming).
He didn’t say it explicitly, but Xbox was clearly referring to E3 2023, an event that for the first time since 2019 it is held in person again in Los Angeles. Will take place from June 13 to 16, so it is to be expected that the Microsoft conference, as usual, will be a day or two before the event itself. We must also remember that this year the Summer Game Fest by Geoff Keighleywhich could leave even more news in games both from the Xbox house, and from other developers and publishers.
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Xbox continues to have quite a few games pending a date, such as Starfield, Hellblade II or Avowed, which are the ones that seem to be closest to their launch. Other projects like Fable, Everwild, Perfect Dark o The Outer Worlds 2 they seem to go long.
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