In the absence of confirmation, Microsoft seems to have revealed the sequence and starting sound of the Xbox Series X in one of its latest tweets, with which it warms up engines for the upcoming Inside Xbox, the event on May 7 where the first games on your next-gen console. You can see the sequence below these lines …
As we say, Microsoft has made a pun to spin what could be the Xbox Series X boot sequence with the start of the event, and from the style of the clip and the sound of the boot itself, everything seems to point to what will be the that we will see every time we turn on the new Microsoft console.
As you can see, it is a short sequence, clean and elegant , which is to the point, and which could well be in tune with something to which the new consoles of new generation aspire: the immediacy to start, and start playing. Let it not be long since we turn on the console until we can take action.
Without a doubt, a good way to kick off the event on May 7, in which the first Xbox Series X games will be unveiled, focusing on partner games or thirD parties. The first gameplay of a console game will be seen, and other titles already announced, such as Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, will also be seen. Remember that we have jumped into the pool and we have told you about the games that we hope to see at the Xbox Series X presentation on Thursday, May 7.
Games compatible with Smart Delivery , trailers and all the games that will be shown will also be confirmed will be optimized for Xbox Series X, in order to offer a more accurate vision of what we can expect from the new generation console in terms of third party games and optimized games from previous generations. The first party games are still missing, but those will not be seen until July. Microsoft, in addition, today clarified various points related to Xbox Series X and its roadmap for 2020:
- The goal is still to launch Xbox Series X and Halo Infinite in the established period , at the end of 2020
- The 15 development teams at Xbox Game Studios are working on next-generation games for Xbox Series X and Xbox Game Pass
- Project xCloud will end up reaching new countries and on new devices. Also, later, but later this year, Project xCloud and Xbox Game Pass will join.
- It’s planned to support the PC community by making all major releases available with Xbox Game Pass for PC from the get-go, including Halo Infinite, Wasteland 3, Minecraft Dungeons, and Microsoft Flight Simulator.
- New updates for various online titles are underway for Xbox Game Pass for console and PC.
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