Xbox says it won’t present any new Xbox Collection X particulars on the upcoming Tokyo Recreation Present 2020, which shall be held completely on-line.
The upcoming Tokyo Recreation Present will present no new particulars on the Xbox Collection X.
An announcement confirming Xbox‘s participation on this yr’s utterly digital occasion supplied particulars on what players can anticipate, in addition to what they cannot: “No new next-gen information.” As a substitute, the announcement says followers shall be handled to a assessment of latest first and third-party bulletins, particulars on the newest Microsoft Flight Simulator updates and a big selection of celebrations of Japanese recreation creators and gamers. The net occasion shall be broadcast in Japanese.
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With the Xbox Series X November launch just some months away, there are still key pieces of information concerning the next-gen Microsoft console and its launch that stay unknown. Its price ticket, info on possible different console models and its precise launch date are chief amongst them. The main points on the Series X console specs, nevertheless, have been revealed months in the past.
Information and particulars about gameplay alternatives on the next-gen console have additionally been simpler to return by. Microsoft’s July Xbox Games Showcase offered players with loads of intel on which titles they will anticipate on the time of the Collection X launch, in addition to potential future titles. Nonetheless, in August, it was revealed the release of Halo Infinite, the subsequent installment in Microsoft’s flagship franchise, shall be delayed till subsequent yr.
The Tokyo Recreation Present 2020 will final 4 days and can stream on-line from Sept. 24-28, with Xbox’s livestream going down on the twenty fourth starting at 9 p.m. JST. A number of the world’s prime gaming studios are anticipated to showcase their newest and upcoming titles.
Xbox Collection X goes on sale in November from Microsoft.
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