Microsoft’s Xbox Games Showcase will contain ‘just games’

Microsoft's Xbox Games Showcase will contain

Microsoft’s Xbox Games Showcase will contain ‘just games’

Microsoft’s Aaron Greenberg, the GM of Xbox Games Marketing, has confirmed that the company’s ‘Xbox Games Showcase’ will be dedicated to the company’s future games, stating that the show will contain ‘No business, devices or similar news.’

Given this announcement, Xbox fans shouldn’t expect to hear about the Xbox Series X’s pricing or release date at this event. Xbox fans should expect to see new games for Xbox One and Xbox Series X, such as Halo: Infinite and other Xbox Games Studios titles.

The Xbox Games Showcase will be hosted on Thursday, July 23rd at 9 AM PT, a time which translates to 5 PM BST (UK time). The steam will be hosted on YouTube, Facebook and Twitch. The initial stream will be available at 1080p 60 FPS, and VoDs of the event will be available at 4K 60 FPS. This event will last ‘about an hour’ and be’focused on games’. 

With all first-party Xbox titles coming to PC, Microsoft’s Xbox Games Showcase will be a huge event for both console and PC gamers alike. Everything from Microsoft will be available on Windows 10 and Xbox Series X, which means that Microsoft’s showcase will release what the next generation of PC games has to offer. 

  

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