X019 is going strong, and the announcements keep on dropping. Today, the company revealed 50 new games coming to Xbox Game Pass soon. While some of them are incredible, older experiences, there are some truly shocking additions to the mix. You can read about all of them here.
For years, Xbox One owners have been requesting Microsoft to partner with Square Enix and bring Final Fantasy XIV to the console. While we've known that the two companies have been in negotiations for years at this point, it looks like the game may be coming sooner rather than later.
Kingdom Hearts fans and newcomers will be able to relive the entire series on Xbox One in 2020. The full Kingdom Hearts HD collection is headed to Xbox One, marking the first time the complete lineup has appeared on a console outside of Sony's domain.
At X019, Brian Fargo, the Studio Head of inXile Entertainment, came on Inside Xbox to announce that Wasteland 3 is set to release on May 19, 2020. The game will also be coming to Xbox Game Pass on Xbox One and PC.
Every year, Microsoft hosts a celebration of gaming for fans in various regions. This year, X019 brought plenty of surprises like the Yakuza series coming to Xbox One and much more. The show from London was packed with a number of stellar reveals like new games from Rare and Obsidian Entertainment. You can read about all the major announcements here.
CrossfireX is an incredibly popular PC shooter that's coming to Xbox One in 2020. According to the Microsoft Store description, the game delivers an intense first-person experience where players are immersed in a sprawling global conflict between two private militaries. You can pick a side and complete missions across a variety of multiplayer modes.
At X019, 343 Industries Community Director Brian Jarrard came on Inside Xbox to talk about Halo: Reach joining Halo: The Master Chief Collection. There's now a solid release date of December 3 and players can pre-load the game right now.
Microsoft's event for all things Xbox, X019, kicks off in London today. Here's how you can watch the event's special episode of Inside Xbox, along with all of the other streaming content from the show.
Project Scarlett is Microsoft's upcoming Xbox console that targets 4K resolution or 120 frames per second. Gamers have been waiting patiently for more information about the device, but it seems like we'll have to wait until 2020 for concrete details.