It’s been a long time since we learned about next-gen consoles, which feature groundbreaking hardware breakthroughs. XBOX Series X features an extremely fast SSD, GDDR6 memory, real-time ray tracing and tons of exciting techniques. But how does the status of games change, as we know them? It’s time to find out just that.
Microsoft has revealed on May 7 that we are going to get our first look at some next-gen games for the Xbox Series X. They have not yet revealed the games list, but a number of developers have indicated that they will be there for the showcase.
At the digital gathering, Freshly unveiled Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will also get a new gameplay trailer.
Fans expect to see some other highly awaited next-gen names, including Elden Ring (Y’all didn’t forget that yet, right?). Other reported next-gen titles including Observer: a gameplay debut for Machine Redux is also planned. Apparently Devolver Digital will get in on the fun too:
In other reports, Xbox Game Pass has passed over 10 M subscribers on Xbox Live and over 90 million active users on. With great games like Red Dead Redemption 2, The Witcher 3 and all the first-party titles of Xbox on it’s $10 subscription package, the Game Pass is a offer that you shouldn’t skip.
The rivalry between the consoles appears to be very high in this category. Microsoft appears to be quite transparent with Series X. Last E3, Microsoft revealed loads of studios they acquired to expand their first-party library. And this time, it looks like Xbox will have a competitive price. “Learning from the Xbox One generation is that we won’t be out of position on either power or price,” Phil Spencer said in an interview with The Verge. This time Microsoft certainly is trying to force its way to most of the gamers.