This Sunday, June 12th held Xbox and Bethesda Games Gallery, a conference eagerly awaited by all fans of the Green X brand, but not only. In fact, even if many of the offered games report complete exclusivity, the rest of the players will still have something to eat. Let’s summarize together the biggest announcements from this presentation.
Redfall, The Left 4 Dead with Vampires
The conference starts live with Bethesda With the following title from Arkane Studios: Redfall. The latter is a co-op shooter à la Left 4 Dead, except that your enemies here are the famous blood drinkers. The gameplay presented is intended to be tense, and provides an overview of the possibilities of the title. We also get to know the four characters in the game along with their abilities. Expected release in 2023.
Hollow Knight: Silksong Coming to Xbox!
You were expecting it, there it was! Hollow Knight: Silksong showed himself through a great trailer. Even if everyone was just on their lips announcing the release date, the latter was once again stingy and was careful not to reveal it to us. However, it can be noted that when released, it will be added as soon as it is released to Xbox Game Pass.
A Plague Tale: The Death Mass is being talked about again
After the success of A Plague Tale: Innocence, it was clear that a sequel was to be expected at the turn. The latter, the interpreter Requiem, was announced during the past Xbox and Bethesda Games Gallery. So this new iteration of the event was the perfect opportunity to tell us more about the title by confirming its release for this year 2022 with a new trailer.
Forza Motorsport accelerates at Xbox Game Show and Bethesda
Frome! It’s time to welcome the new installment in the racing game series from Microsoft, titled Forza Motorsport. The latter appears in an in-game trailer and as usual, it’s very beautiful, works well, is very realistic and is due for release in the spring of 2023.
Activision-Blizzard Games Show
Even if the acquisition of Activision-Blizzard has yet to be finalized, that hasn’t stopped the publisher from making its way to the convention. So we learned that the PvP part of Overwatch 2 will be free and will land on October 4, 2022 in Early Access, accompanied by a new hero: Junker Queen. We’ll have right a little later a presentation and gameplay visuals for Diablo IV, which is still slated for 2023. The latter takes the opportunity to reveal the Necromancer, the fifth and final gameplay category.
New game for Minecraft license
Will you pick up some Minecraft again? After the title Minecraft Dungeons, Microsoft announced a new demo for Mojang: Minecraft Legends. The latter is a business strategy title that has its own story in the world of Minecraft. Thus, everything is cubed, with the falling camera angle providing more room to work. See you in 2023, live on game arcade.
Games already in existence and receiving content
A small summary of the announcements that have occurred about titles that have already been released and that will receive content in the coming months. First, The Elder Scrolls Online’s next expansion has shown itself. Titled The High Isles, the latter will be released on June 20 but has decided to keep throwing the salute. Next up is the DLC for Fallout 76: The Pitt. The latter will be released in September 2022 and will invite players to save The Pitt as two rival factions clash.
Grounded will finally come out of Early Access to deliver its final version in September 2022. Forza Horizon 5 will have DLC content in Hot Wheels colors starting July 19, 2022. Finally, Sea of Thieves will see its seventh season on July 21, 2022. The latter has been placed under Customize and command your own ships, making you a real captain.
Microsoft and the Japanese invasion
If there is one country that has always resisted Microsoft, it is Japan. So the brand with the green X has decided to strike a blow by partnering with famous studios in the Japanese world. First of all, Koei Tecmo unlocks the ball by revealing Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty. The latter, developed by Team Ninja, shows itself through a trailer that sends, tinged with action and mysticism. It will be released in early 2023.
Next, it’s Atlus’ turn to announce the arrival of the Persona series for the first time on Xbox consoles. Persona 3 Portable, Persona 4 Golden, and Persona 5 Royal will be released on Microsoft devices. A trailer has been released for the occasion. The first to appear on the scene will be Persona 5 Royal which will land on October 21, 2022.
Finally, we talked to you about it earlier, it’s for sure Hideo Kojima who came to say hello Phil Spencer. Although we haven’t learned anything more about the project, we are now sure that it’s being implemented in collaboration with Microsoft, as the hallway rumors have suggested. It remains to be seen if the rumors about the “overdose” title are also established.
Big focus in Xbox and Bethesda game show: Starfield
we are here. The highlight of the conference, which almost everyone has been waiting for, and which has been announced for a long time now, Todd Howard He is present for the occasion and tells and shows us more about the implications of space. We had the right to play and commented on the pictures. And to be honest, we’re still a bit hungry. The game is beautiful without being exceptional, the gameplay on the ground feels very heavy and the artificial intelligence of the enemies has gone on vacation. What really saves this presentation of the title is the gameplay of the ship as well as the promise to explore a thousand planets as we see fit. Starfield will be released in 2023 exclusively on Microsoft devices.
It’s at this highly anticipated address Xbox and Bethesda Game Dealse , Which you can find on the Xbox Youtube channel. The latter will be generous in terms of presentations, but little in terms of real novelties. It will at least allow us to take a fresh look at already known titles or discover new images of games that are lacking. The most important thing in a presentation is still and always game arcadewhich will host some great titles in the next twelve months, as promised Phil Spencer.
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