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Xbox Games Showcase date confirmed, with reveals for next-gen PC games like Halo Infinite

1 month ago   |   By PCGamesN

Microsoft has announced the event we've all been waiting for: its Xbox Games Showcase, which will bring Halo Infinite gameplay footage and more, will be live on July 23 at 17:00 BST / 12:00 EDT / 09:00 PDT.
The livestream will bring us footage of first-party Xbox Series X games, most notably Halo Infinite. It forms the next in Microsoft's series of Xbox 20/20 events teasing the upcoming next-gen console and its accompanying games. In addition to the main event, a pre-show will begin one hour earlier as part of Geoff Keighley's Summer Game Fest. It's unclear what the content of this...
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Microsoft to Showcase Xbox Series X Games July 23

Microsoft to Showcase Xbox Series X Games July 23

1 month ago   |   By PC Mag

Expect to see footage and fresh details for a number of first-party titles including Halo Infinite.

Microsoft is set to reveal more about the first-party Xbox Series X games being developed by Xbox Games Studios later this month. July is turning out to be an important month for Microsoft and Xbox. We're already expecting over 60 new game demos to be available to ...
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Xbox next gen Microsoft showcase confirmed for 23 July

Xbox next gen Microsoft showcase confirmed for 23 July

1 month ago   |   By Metro

Hopefully we should finally be getting some new Halo gameplay
Microsoft has now provided an official time and date for its Xbox Series X showcase, with Geoff Keighley hosting a pre-show.
Following a less than stellar May showcase , Microsoft has some high expectations to meet with its July event.
Originally, all we knew was that it would focus on Microsoft's line-up of first party games, such as Halo Infinite , for the Xbox Series X and Xbox One, but now we have been given an exact date.
According to the official Twitter account, the Xbox Game Showcase, as it's called, will take place on...
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Microsoft announces Xbox Series X games event for late July

Microsoft announces Xbox Series X games event for late July

1 month ago   |   By What Hi-Fi

Microsoft is set to reveal Xbox Series X games during an online showcase on 23rd July...
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Microsoft Xbox Series X Games Showcase: How to watch and everything you need to know - CNET

Microsoft Xbox Series X Games Showcase: How to watch and everything you need to know - CNET

1 month ago   |   By CNET

Microsoft will show off new games planned for its Xbox Series X, including Halo Infinite, on July 23 starting at 9 a.m. PT.
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Microsoft sets date of Xbox Games Showcase, including Halo, for July 23 - CNET

1 month ago   |   By CNET

The Xbox maker's big video game reveal event will show off new games planned for its Xbox Series X, coming later this year.
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