X019 is authoritatively going all out and, while we didn’t get any official news on Xbox Venture Scarlett, there were a lot of other enormous declarations during X019’s extraordinary Inside Xbox stream to prop us up for the following while.
So what were the greatest declarations of X019? All things considered, Xbox Game Pass is getting a stack of new titles, in excess of 50 new titles are coming to Extend xCloud’s see and Microsoft uncovered its The shopping extravaganza following Thanksgiving bargains. What’s more, that is only a hint of something larger, Uncommon, Dontnod and Obsidian additionally uncovered their new IPS.
Along these lines, tie in, and we’ll take you through all the greatest declarations you may have missed from X019. We’ve likewise installed Within Xbox stream beneath, so you can get up to speed with all the activity.
X019: what is it?
Outside of E3 2019, X019 is Microsoft’s biggest event of the year. Marketed as “the annual global celebration of all things Xbox”, the event is typically Microsoft’s way of updating fans on the things it announced at E3 as well as making big new announcements or providing first looks at upcoming games and/or hardware.
X019: the biggest announcements
Huge updates to Extend xCloud
By far most of the huge news from X019 spins around Microsoft’s cloud gaming stage, Undertaking xCloud. At the show, Microsoft declared that it would add 50 new games to the administration from 25 accomplices that incorporate Anger NFL 20, Fallen angel May Cry 5, and Tekken 7. We likewise discovered that xCloud would be accessible on Windows 10 PCs in 2020 and will before long help extra game cushions from outsider controller producers.
50 new games are coming to Xbox Game Pass
In the event that you’ve been coming up short on games to download from Xbox Game Pass, you’ll be satisfied to realize that Microsoft reported at the show that 50 new games will be accessible on the administration in the blink of an eye. Following the show you’ll have the option to download Fierceness 2 and Period of Realms II: Authoritative Version, while sooner rather than later you’ll see Darksiders III, The Witcher 3 and Last Dream VII through XV all accessible on Xbox Game Pass.
Uncommon is building up another game called Everwild
Perhaps the greatest amazement at the current year’s show was Everwild, another IP from Uncommon, the organization behind Xbox One’s Ocean of Hoodlums and N64 works of art like Banjo-Kazooie, GoldenEye and Impeccable Dim. We don’t have the foggiest idea about a ton about this one yet, however we got a first look because of a trailer that appeared in front of an audience. Make a point to look at it beneath.
Black Friday Deals
As you’d expect, Microsoft plans on going hard for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. This year, US gamers can expect to see the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition for $149.99, which comes bundled with Minecraft, Sea of Thieves and Fortnite Battle Royale with the Legendary Rogue Spider Knight Skin.
The Xbox One X will get a minor price drop down to $349.99 and will be available inside a number of bundles including the Gears 5 Special Edition bundle, while select Xbox One Controllers will get a $20 price drop from November 24 to December 2.
In terms of Black Friday game deals, Microsoft used XO19 to announce that Forza Horizon 4, Sea of Thieves: Anniversary Edition, State of Decay 2 and Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice will all be 50% off this holiday season. Microsoft also announced that Gears 5 will get a smaller (but still appreciated) 33% discount for Black Friday.
Tell Me Why reveal
Dontnod Entertainment, the studio behind Life is Strange, revealed its new narrative adventure Tell Me Why, which features the first playable videogame hero from a major studio and publisher who is also transgender. Check out the trailer below.
Xbox Game Studios and Obsidian Entertainment announced Grounded, a new first-person, co-op survival game coming Spring 2020 to Xbox One through Xbox Game Preview and with Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft Store, and on Steam. Check out the trailer below.
Related product: Microsoft Xbox One X
There’s no doubting the Xbox One X’s power and, when it’s fed games that have been programmed to tap into that, the audio-visual experience is best-in-class.
- New 4K games look phenomenal
- Ultra HD Blu-ray player
- Dolby Atmos compatible
- Compact size and slim profile
- Enhances old games
- Uninspiring design
- Only 1TB, 5,400rpm HDD