Here’s What Xbox Gamers Can Look Forward to in Days to Come

Here’s What Xbox Gamers Can Look Forward to in Days to Come



At their E3 Keynote conference, Microsoft unveiled a slew of new Xbox games and partnerships. Keeping this year's E3 focused on software, Microsoft’s gaming head Phil Spencer showcased 52 new games, 15 of which were world premiers.
Microsoft's gaming division, in an effort to intensify the fight with its fierce rival, Sony's PlayStation also announced the acquisition of 4 studios – Playground studios, Compulsion Games, Ninja Theory and Undead Labs. Xbox also announced the formation of a new startup called Initiative.
Phil Spencer also mentioned that Microsoft’s hardware team is working on a new Xbox console, not giving up any other information on the device. He also confirmed on the new streaming service that is in the works and will work on all Microsoft platforms – PCs, Xbox and mobile phones.
"Our cloud engineers are building a game streaming network to unlock console gaming on any device." - Phil Spencer, Gaming Head, Microsoft
This keynote was basically focused on gamers. If you are a gamer, here's what all Xbox has in store for you in the coming days, apart from the new Xbox design:
Fallout 76
One of the most anticipated games revealed at this year's E3 conference, Fallout 76 this time around has been set in the hills of West Virginia. According to the Director of Bethesda Game Studios, Todd Howard, the game is four times as big as the already huge Fallout 4.
The sequel comes in almost 3 years after the previous Fallout 4, which wasn't widely appreciated among the gaming community, despite its post-apocalyptic action setup. According to reports, Fallout 76 is mostly an online game with a focus on building settlements.
Metro: Exodus
To be launched on 22 February 2019, Metro: Exodus comes about four years after the last Metro game - Metro: Redux which was released in August 2014. The trailer looks like any other Metro game, that revolves around mutated creatures being gunned down.
According to GameSpot, the game was originally due to launch this year, but the developers needed the extra time to make it the best Metro game yet. It will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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