Xbox & Bethesda Showcase LIVE: Starfield, Forza, Halo, and all the latest Xbox news

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Is Microsoft Ready to Show off Halo Infinite’s Battle Royale Mode?

More than 6 months have passed since its release Halo InfiniteWe hope this title will appear in the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase this weekend. Halo Infinite developer 343 Industries continues to work on a free-to-play multiplayer live service, with Season 2 currently underway. Support for collaborative campaigns has been set to participate in the test July of this year.

343 Industries has also partnered with Certain Affinity for future Halo Infinite content. I understand this is new. A multiplayer experience inspired by battle royale, Added a twist of Halo. This mode, first detailed in a report from Xbox Senior Editor Jez Corden in January, is under development. Under the codename TatankaFortnite and Call of Duty: Undertake huge things like Warzone.

It is now believed that Tatanka may be targeting Season 4 due to changes in the Halo Infinite roadmap. 343 Industries may not announce a new game this week, but earlier Teaser It means that you may be able to see something in the extended broadcast on June 14th. — Matt Brown

Morning! I’ve just started the second day of the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase this weekend. I log on faster than the rest of the team from London and catch up with the latest overnight development ahead of the busy day leading up to tomorrow’s big show.

Recently, Xbox & BethesdaGamesShowcase About 95 minutes, Suggests that the duo have an event packed into the work. The June 12th broadcast hosts heavy hitters, but keep in mind that Microsoft has an additional 90-minute second event following June 14th.

There’s also a suspicion of a “leak” of Xbox events circulating online this morning, but most are fake. However, if you want to go blind this weekend, we recommend that you go offline as soon as possible. We will keep you updated with the latest information. — Matt Brown

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Indiana Jones may return to Xbox showcase

It’s unclear where Microsoft-owned studios are located in the Sunday showcase, but Machine Games, best known for working with Wolfenstein games, could be featured. MachineGames has commented on the upcoming Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase, fueling speculation about its appearance during the show. “We are very excited on Sunday [sic] Showcase “, developer Said via LinkedIn.. “I hope you are ready!”

MachineGames has joined Xbox as part of the acquisition of Bethesda and is in the process of being licensed. Indiana Jones game With Lucasfilm.The show may provide up-to-date information on the project Revealed following that 2021, If set to match the next Indiana Jones movie scheduled for June next year. It is also speculated that the pipeline may include a third article in the latest Wolfenstein series, following Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus released in 2017. — Matt Brown

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Xbox & Bethesda Showcase runs for 95 minutes, Microsoft says

If you’re guessing the length of the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase, don’t wonder anymore. The Xbox & BethesdaGamesShowcase runs for about 95 minutesAccording to a new Twitter post from Xbox marketing GM Aaron Greenberg, this is just over an hour and a half of upcoming Xbox game nonstop announcements and trailers.

We have a runtime, but we still can’t guess which game will come out this Sunday.Microsoft Hosted an extended showcase on June 14thAbout 90 minutes long, is expected to dig deeper into some of the games displayed during the main event. — The Curry Body

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Forza Horizon 5 HotWheels DLC leaks before it’s revealed

A few weeks ago I talked about what Playground Games is planning First Forza Horizon 5 DLC extension.. Just a few days before the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase, a premature update to the game’s Steam list was leaked. An extension of Forza Horizon 5 with the theme of Hot Wheels.

Microsoft quickly removed the promotional assets, but you can’t remove them from the internet. Playground Games seems to be partnering with the Mattel brand again with a Hot Wheels crossover, reminiscent of the Forza Horizon 3 era.

No official confirmation has been made yet, but Forza Horizon 5 may appear at the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase and announce a new DLC. You can also expect more details about what is included and when extensions will be available. — The Curry Body

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Xbox Cloud Gaming TV app released on Samsung TV this month

Xbox Cloud Gaming continues to grow at a steady pace, connecting mobile, PC and Xbox consoles to Microsoft’s streaming platform. Television is the latest addition to its growing cloud empire. A new Xbox TV app heading for Samsung’s 2022 TV series From June 30th. Microsoft has also confirmed plans to launch more in-house dubbed streaming-only Xbox devices. Xbox “Keystone” Presents a more affordable entry point into the Xbox ecosystem.

Microsoft continues to push Xbox Cloud Gaming The next major innovation is to work with the Xbox Game Pass subscription service to stream Xbox games over the Internet with low latency. These are now breaking away from traditional console hardware and categorized as “Xbox Everywhere”, a collective term for up-and-coming ecosystems.

Xbox Cloud Gaming is likely to play a central role in the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase, helping future game catalogs reach the widest possible audience. Expect Xbox Cloud Gaming to appear frequently this weekend, alongside the latest Xbox Series X | S consoles. — Matt Brown

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Xbox will “meet or exceed” five new games in the next 12 months

Microsoft will be attending the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase this weekend. Commit to at least 5 new games Over the next 12 months. The company said in a statement released ahead of Sunday that it plans to “meet or exceed” the number of new games released last year. This means that Xbox and Bethesda will offer more than 5 projects by June 2023.

The announcement suggests that even tougher release dates may be seen during Microsoft’s June 12 meeting, including titles scheduled for later this year.Continue Delay to Starfield and Red Fall, Redmond noticed a hole in the content calendar for the rest of 2022. ForzaMotorsport could help fill the gap and hope to learn more about other titles in the near future. — Matt Brown

greeting! For Xbox and PC gamers, this is an incredibly exhilarating time, and the popular Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase is just around the corner. I will update this space with all the latest announcements and announcements and will reveal them as they become available. You can also share some of my own thoughts.

I lead a lot of coverage of Minecraft, Forza Horizon, Forza Motorsport here in Windows Central, but I’m also a fan of all “video games”, especially the Xbox. I’m looking forward to what we can do in the next few weeks. — Zachary Boddy, Windows Central Gaming News Writer

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For those who missed it, Summer Game Fest, not-E3-but-still-sorta-E3 seasonRecently, there were some new game announcements ahead of the Xbox & Bethesda showcase.You can catch up Announcement of All Summer Game Fests In a summary of our complete event.

The highlights of the event for Xbox owners included the first gameplay demos of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Callisto Protocol, as well as a new trailer for Marvel’s Midnight Sons. Xbox Game Pass We’ve also received some new first day additions such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge on June 16th and Routine, an upcoming sci-fi horror game that uses DOOM’s Mick Gordon scores.

Microsoft’s limited show also suggests that it’s suppressing those heavy hitters by simply raising expectations for the June 12 showcase. — Matt Brown

Welcome everyone — and thank you for joining us! This year is also the time, just two days from the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase.

Expect big announcements this weekend from Xbox Game Studios and Bethesda Softworks, including some surprises, as well as long-awaited updates on upcoming projects such as Starfield, Forza Motorsport, and Redfall. If you’re an Xbox fan, you don’t want to miss this.

We have just started a live broadcast on the weekend. This Friday, we’ll discuss the latest news so far and provide exclusive insights into what Microsoft will bring in the coming days.You can expect regular updates to follow before things get crazy On that day. — Windows Central Senior Game Editor, Matt Brown

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