Microsoft are finally about to reveal their games line-up for the next gen Xbox, including Halo Infinite and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
Just as the rumours predicted, Microsoft is set to host its biggest next gen reveal event so far in just a few days time, on Thursday, 7 May at 4pm BST.
The brief announcement promises a first look at ‘next gen gameplay from our global developers partners’, which suggests both first and third party titles.
As we predicted, one of those has already been confirmed as Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, while Halo Infinite and Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 seem shoe-ins from Microsoft themselves.
(Greenberg’s Twitter account also shows the Xbox Series X logo, which although it leaked out earlier has never officially been unveiled.)
The hint at additional events later in the year means we may not hear anything about the Xbox Series X’s price or exact release date, especially if the focus is on games.
It may also mean there’s no update on a cheaper next gen console model, assumed to be called Xbox Series S, which Microsoft has hinted at but never confirmed.
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