In what is sometimes called the “old world” before the epidemic era we are going through, video game shows are the most anticipated gathering moment for a company and gamers. The next upcoming version, as before, will be run remotely. Microsoft announced today that the Xbox Conference will be held on this occasion!
An Xbox Conference at the End of the Month!
From the Xbox Wire platform itself, the next Xbox conference will take place in the 2021 edition of Gamescom from August 23 to 27 this year. Pick up the calendars: Microsoft will meet you on Tuesday, August 24 at 7pm (French time)!
The Xbox Stream will be hosted by Paris Lilly (already controlled by the latest Xbox & Bethesda Games showcase: expanded) and two personalities of the Microsoft universe, Kate Yager.
What about the content?
After the globally successful E3 2021 conference, Microsoft promises to do the least, but by promoting games already announced by Xbox Wire “Xbox Game Studio. [leurs] Partners, those coming by the end of the year, those coming soon for the Xbox Game Pass and more ”. The manufacturer will finally announce the most anticipated date Hollow is infinite.
Aaron Greenberg notes, however, that no revelation will be made and no major announcement will be expected. So keep in mind that updates will only be made for products that have already been announced.
Join us digitally Comcom This year. Ours @Xbox The stream focuses on upcoming game updates this year. So to set expectations, there are no new revelations or big surprises, but the team has planned a fun stream with our awesome hosts @ Evil696 atekateyeager ! More here:https://t.co/FbkM1p7Ok3
– Aaron “Day One on Game Boss” Greenberg (♂️💚U (araarongreenberg) August 9, 2021
Beyond the conference, Microsoft is offering us a major switchwatch event dedicated to Bethesda from Thursday, August 26th, discounting up to 75% off the special edition of Xbox FanFest, Xbox and PC digital sales. A program that we imagine is already busy, and many more surprises will be added!
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