Likewise, we won’t know what games the publisher plans to show off until its press conference rolls around, as Microsoft has remained tight-lipped about its E3 lineup. Microsoft commenced its E3 panel this year with the announcement of Forza Horizon 4.
It’s nearly guaranteed that we’ll see more of Crackdown 3 at this event. The game will be released exclusively on Xbox One and Windows 10. Spencer actually commented on the Xbox hardware team and how they’re hard at work on the next Xbox console. He further detailed that Microsoft dedicated to perfecting gaming everywhere, on Xbox, PC, or Phone. While the new trailer we got the chance to see looks lovely, there’s no doubt Xbox One X owners should be excited to see the game running in 4K. It’s expected to launch sometime next year. And even the faster, more expensive Xbox One X at $500 ($450 for a limited time) doesn’t make the system feel as snappy as you would expect. The partnership announcement comes alongside the announcement of Forza Horizon 4, a new title in the series.
Microsoft’s cloud engineers are now working on a new game streaming network, which Spencer says will allow for “console quality gaming on any device”, including mobile devices. Bear that in mind.
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