Published On: Fri, May 8th, 2020

Microsoft showcases 13 new titles for a Xbox Series X

With conferences canceled indefinitely, companies are increasingly reliant on online events to hype product launches. As they ready to recover a next-gen console before a finish of a year, design copiousness of live streams and blogs from both Microsoft and Sony in an try to strength out all that their particular systems have to offer.

Today, Microsoft took to YouTube, Mixer and Twitch to give a universe a improved thought of what to design from a arriving Xbox Series X release. Recent updates have, understandably, been mostly focused on console hardware, as a association attempts to heed from a arriving PlayStation — after all, a systems will expected be launched within weeks of one another.

This time out, however, games were really most a thing. The Xbox group showcased a baker’s dozen of titles this morning, including:

  • Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (Ubisoft)
  • Bright Memory Infinite (Playism)
  • Call of a Sea (Raw Fury)
  • DiRT 5 (Codemasters)
  • Madden NFL 21 (Electronic Arts)
  • Scarlet Nexus (Bandai Namco Entertainment)
  • Scorn (Ebb)
  • Chorus (Deep Silver)
  • Second Extinction (Systemic Reaction)
  • The Ascent (Neon Giant / Curve Digital)
  • The Medium (Bloober Team)
  • Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 (Paradox Interactive)
  • Yakuza: Like a Dragon (SEGA)

The association hasn’t released specific dates for titles (those will mostly be contingent on publisher), though a new blog post notes, “Our idea stays to launch Xbox Series X and Halo Infinite this Holiday.” Clearly a MS’s denunciation is some-more capricious than progressing — after all, these are capricious times we’re vital in.

Microsoft only suggested a ton of new info about a Xbox Series X

All of a above titles are “Xbox Series X Optimized,” that means they’ll be means to be played in 4K during 120FPS, bucket faster and implement DirectX raytracing among others. Nine of a 13 also use Microsoft’s Smart Delivery System, that saves users from carrying to rebuy titles, regardless of a console it’s played on.

More info on a above can be found on Microsoft’s blog.

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