Despite announcing Halo Infinite’s postponement for next year, Microsoft has vacated the Xbox Series X launch window. So we already know the month the machine was released.
In a recent press release, the US company announced that the Xbox Series X will be released in November. The Habits weren’t disappointed that the Xbox One also arrived in November 2013. Microsoft took the opportunity to detail a section of the console’s home catalog.
Four generations will be in the spotlight
In their article, Phil Spencer’s department promises us “Thousands of Game Titles for Four Generations.” More than 100 games will be optimized for Xbox Series X in November. This wouldn’t be the case with Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Dirt 5, Watch Dogs: Legion, Destiny 2, Forza Horizon 4, or even Gears 5.
While players wait for the big exclusive Microsoft makes for their machine, they can reboot to Xbox, Xbox 360, and Xbox One later this year. Are the marketing arguments against the PS5 enough?