More rumors about the Xbox May incident popped up.
There are rumors that Microsoft will host a May event, which will showcase new games, and may first introduce cheap, disc-free products. Xbox Series X Known as Lockhart.
Today ’s rumor comes from Windows Central, which said that the Xbox Series X Lockhart is ready to let Xbox employees test at home, similar to how company employees have tested Project xCloud on PCs since March. It is said that during this period, the staff will provide feedback on the console, which shows that Windows Central will not soon make the rumored console public. It is said that Microsoft will announce the new Surface hardware in May.
The media quickly pointed out that Lockhart may not be announced in May, but as employees bring the console home for testing, plus Surface rumors, news in early May may be announced.
The report said that if the rumors of the May events are true, we can at least look forward to hearing more about the new games being developed by Xbox One Series X and Microsoft Studios.
If this is the case, Microsoft is likely to finally announce the long-rumored Playground Games restart fable. The last time we heard the news was that the studio recruited heavily and recruited developers who previously worked on Metal Gear Solid and GTA 5. The studio also hired former BioWare, Rockstead, Ninja Theory, Guerrilla Games and EA Motive developers.
Another observation of Halo Infinite will be a positive bet, especially considering that it is scheduled to be released during the 2020 holiday. We may have heard of at least a multiplayer test on the title, which will begin sometime this year.
If Microsoft plans to host a May event, we can also hear more about the console ’s third-party lineup. However, it can also focus on its own products.
Once again, this is just all speculations and rumors. Before Microsoft announced the plan, we could not be sure.
Earlier this week there were rumors that the cancellation of E3 this year has led leading publishers and platform holders to start revealing plans early. It is said that the first batch of suitable next-generation consoles and game displays will be much earlier than originally planned-including Microsoft.