What you need to know
- Xbox has announced Xbox 20/20, a series of monthly updates on the future of Xbox.
- The first Xbox 20/20 event is the showcase for third-party Xbox Series X games on May 7.
- An Xbox Game Studios event will take place sometime in July.
While we already knew that a look at third-party Xbox Series X games was coming on May 7, it looks like we're getting a lot more throughout the year. Xbox has announced Xbox 20/20, a series of monthly updates that will show some aspect of the future of Xbox. For first-party content in particular, there will be an Xbox Game Studios event sometime in July.
Boot up Xbox 20/20 with a new episode of #InsideXbox this Thursday, May 7 @ 8am PT for a First Look at Xbox Series X gameplay from our global developer partners.— Xbox (@Xbox) May 5, 2020
More info: https://t.co/ummOmjwjP9 pic.twitter.com/3tyac72s7W
The announcement made is clear that due to the state of the world, the priority for Xbox is the health and safety of its employees. Because of that, this move is meant to provide extra transparency for what is currently happening.
Aaron Greenberg, general manager of marketing at Xbox, followed up on Twitter to explain that the May 7 showcase will be under an hour long. As part of the announcement, Xbox notes that the plan remains to launch Xbox Series X and Halo Infinite in Holiday 2020. Meanwhile, all 15 Xbox Game Studios are working on games for Xbox Series X and PC.
We'll keep you updated as we learn specific dates and times for the rollout of Xbox 20/20.
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