Every month, Microsoft hosts an Inside Xbox show where the company reveals new games, products, and other information about popular upcoming experiences. Luckily, April's Inside Xbox show is right around the corner because the team just announced that it's going to take place on April 16 at 5 PM ET.
Aside from announcing details about E3 2019, Sea of Thieves and Rage 2 will make an appearance. We haven't seen a lot of gameplay from both of these titles, so here's hoping that Inside Xbox rectifies that. Hopefully new additions to the open worlds will be revealed next week alongside major backward compatible titles.
However, new hardware and services may also be revealed on April 16. A few weeks ago, we reported that Microsoft was planning on announcing a new all-digital Xbox One console at a lower price point. There's also an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate rumors that say Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold will be bundled into one package at a cheaper price. We'll just have to tune into Inside Xbox to see if these products exist.
What are you hoping to see during Inside Xbox? Let us know.
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