The release of the next-gen consoles is getting closer and now we at least officially know the month in which the Xbox Series X will appear.
Microsoft announced on Xbox Wire that the Xbox Series X will be released in November along with “thousands of games to play that span four generations.” According to Xbox Wire, üOver 100 of these titles specially optimized for the upcoming console.
The games include over 50 multi-generation titles, including Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Watch Dogs: Legion, and including at least 40 older games that have been optimized for the next generation. These include, for example, Destiny 2, Forza Horizon 4 and Gears 5 as well as exclusive titles such as The Medium and Tetris Effect: Connected. Game Pass users can play the Xbox Game Studio titles at launch.
With brand new console functions such as hardware-accelerated Direct X ray tracing, frame rates of up to 120 FPS, faster loading times and quick resume for multiple games, gaming should feel even better according to Microsoft – one more reason to look forward to it.
There was strong criticism for Halo Infinite.
Halo Infinite is being postponed
Although we now have an official month for the Xbox Series X, an exact date is still missing. This will probably follow soon and we should also learn more about the PlayStation 5 soon.
For Halo Infinite fans, however, there is bad news, as the game’s release has been postponed. It is said that the developers want to meet the expectations of the fans and therefore take time until 2021 to extensively edit the game. An exact release date has not yet been set. We will keep you up to date.