Microsoft has finally revealed its next-gen Xbox Series X running today in a special edition of Inside Xbox with a host of upcoming game developers, including Assassin & # 39; s Creed Valhalla
In more than a dozen games shown during the hours-it's a long event and while many of them are from small publishers, it still gives us our first impression, albeit just a glimpse, of what the next cycle of Hardware will be like. Let's break it down down everything we've seen.
Microsoft ran the event with a big Xbox Series X refrigerator.
Xbox marketing manager Aaron Greenberg continued the live broadcast of his kitchen where the new Xbox Series X was announced.
Ultimate Bright Memory is a first-person action game with guns and swords.
Earlier it was announced for PC, the first game that Microsoft showed Ultimate Bright Memory. Running on the Xbox Series X, it looked like it was running on a very high-end PC, which means it shines the details and texture. This image is only in "development" mode.
Pollution 5 can be played at 120 frames per second.
The Xbox Series X sends 4k resolution and up to 120 frame rates. Pollution 5 I won't do both but according to its development team you can choose which one you want to boost, playing at 4k at 60fps or 120fps at low resolution.
A bunch of other games focused on the Xbox Series X:
- The railing is an awesome new game full of fluid sounds that will be in Game Pass.
- Sea fence is a 1930s puzzle game about a woman searching for her missing husband.
- The Chorvs you look so moral and scientific-arriving in 2021.
- The Second Holocaust is a coop game against dinosaurs.
- The climb it's a cyberpunk RPG that isn't Cyberpunk 2077. It also has a coop.
- Medium is the next awesome game from the Blooper team, makers of Blair Witch and Observer.
Madden NFL 21 it will be free on the Xbox Series X once you buy it on the Xbox.
EA does not call it Smart Delivery, Microsoft's name for the upcoming gaming genre when you buy the existing one, but it looks like it will have the same thing, thanks to game lovers as Madden often releases late summer and the Xbox Series X doesn't come out until the holidays.
A tons of companies they are currently working on Xbox One Series games.
Microsoft has completed a number of logos for all current signatories to bring games to the Xbox Series X. As you expect it to include many, big and small.
Vampire: Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 you look so pretty.
Comes to Xbox Series X in addition to Xbox One, PS4, and PC, Bloodlines 2 it looks bright and has new colors in the new trailer which shows all the reasons you should try not to mess with vampires.
Scarlet Nexus a Bandai Namco's new anime-as-Hell game.
We didn't find much about it Scarlet Nexus but has imaginative youth, future warfare, and ever-changing large plants?
Yakuza: Like a Dragon, remaining in Japan on PS4, is also coming to Xbox One.
It's a new-focused RPG It's coming it has huge explosions, satellite laser beams, and all the most powerful fighting pictures you can hope for.
We started to look Assassin & # 39; s Creed ValhallaGameplay.
The trailer has been turned around very quickly, but the parts that seemed to be in the movie rather than the proper look and it looks like a lot Assassin's faith. While it did excite fans of the series, it didn't do much to show what would be special about playing it on the Xbox Series X.
The network – but not all – of these games support the new feature of Microsoft Delivery.
Smart delivery means that when you buy a game on the Xbox One on the Xbox Series X, you'll get automatic access to the next-gen version when you finally get a new console. Here are some games from today's Inbox Xbox that support it:
- Assassin & # 39; s Creed Valhalla
- Sea fence
- Scarlet Nexus
- The Second Holocaust
- The climb
- Vampire: Masquerade – Bloodlines 2
- Yakuza: Like a Dragon
As Mike Fahey wrote back when it was announced, it was Smart Delivery be it a godsend or just a general idea.
And that's it! There was really no barrier to the show it looked like show how the Xbox Series X feels like a generative leap in Gaming, but we've seen a lot of new games. Not bad for an episode Inside the Xbox, given the recent record deal and the fact that Microsoft has been using it for the past few months moving new information about the upcoming console.
Today Inside the Xbox was the first in a series of new monthly events on the Xbox Series X that Microsoft is calling Xbox 20/20. There will be another one in June that we haven't heard much about yet, which will be followed by a July event featuring first-team games such as Halo Infinite works with new Hardware. Hopefully by then we will have more information about launch dates and how much the Xbox Series X isIt will actually be expensive.