There is still plenty of time before we can actually buy next-gen gaming consoles, but other than that, Sony and Microsoft are leaving little breadcrumbs that gamers can expect from these futuristic machines. Compared to Sony, Microsoft is far more open about the details of its upcoming Xbox Series X console and which games we can expect. On May 7, we’ll take a first look at the actual gameplay footage from the Xbox Series X, which will be streamed live at 8AM PT (8:30 pm IST). Microsoft indicated that the gameplay would be from “global developer partners”, meaning that we might not see any first-party titles that day, but one might hope. The session will be streamed live via an episode of Inside Xbox, which can be viewed on various streaming platforms such as Mixer, Twitch, Facebook, and YouTube via an official Xbox account.
Xbox A tweet revealed the new development, mentioning the time and date the first gameplay premiered, but we still don’t know what those games will be, except for one. Ubisoft is confirmation of It will showcase the first gameplay trailer for Assassins Creed Vallah, the next installment of the franchise set in the Viking era. Other developers should also show their work on 7 May. While there will be no Series X exclusive game at launch, the first-party title development of Xbox Game Studios is in full swing, according to one Tweet From Aaron Greenberg, general manager of Exxon Games Marketing.
In addition to pricing, we have Most details about Xbox series x. There will be a practice AMD Zen 2 CPU and a custom AMD graphics chip based on the upcoming RDNA 2 architecture, which is claimed to increase processing by 4 times Xbox one. It will also support features such as ray tracing, variable refresh rate, 120fps gameplay and more. Latest rumor It also suggested that India’s launch could coincide with the global launch, which is good news for gamers in the country.
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