Xbox’s roadmap for 2019 highlights many major games coming to the platform, but notably misses out on any mention of a Halo Infinite release date in the coming year. The next chapter in the Halo franchise was one of the focal points of Microsoft’s E3 2018 show, with many fans expecting the game to release in 2019. While a Halo Infinite release date has not yet been announced, this absence suggests that Xbox is delaying the release until 2020, possibly as part the agenda for its next-generation console. With reports of two next-gen consoles codenamed Xbox Scarlett coming in 2020, the Halo Infinite release date might be planned as a launch exclusive for these consoles. The Xbox roadmap instead celebrated the anticipated exclusive releases of Crackdown 3, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, Gears 5, Gears Pop!, and Minecraft: Dungeons on the Xbox One, in addition to updates for Sea of Thieves. More games are also expected to come from the … [Read more...] about Halo Infinite release date moved to 2020?
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MICROSOFT served up a treat for Xbox players at this week's E3 convention, promising at least a dozen console exclusives. We've rounded up a list of the hottest Xbox exclusive games from E3 2018 that PS4 players won't get to enjoy. 1. Halo Infinite The headline announcement from Microsoft was Halo Infinite. It's the latest entry to the ludicrously popular (and highly lucrative) Halo franchise. This time gamers will return to the story of Master Chief, who will be the playable protagonist for Halo Infinite. And of course, it's an Xbox exclusive – just like previous Halo titles. 2. Ori and the Will of the Wisps This is the long-awaited sequel to the 2015 surprise hit platformer Ori and the Blind Forest. The new game will take on a similar play style and setting, taking control of guardian spirit Ori to solve increasingly difficult puzzles. Microsoft has confirmed that this latest Ori entry will be playable in 4K Ultra HD quality, so you'll be able to enjoy top notch visuals. 3. … [Read more...] about Xbox exclusives – here are all the new E3 games PS4 owners WON’T be able to play
Microsoft debuted a ton of trailers and gameplay during its E3 2018 press conference. A teaser for Halo Infinite opened the show along with announcements from Capcom for Devil May Cry 5, FromSoftware for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and a gorgeous Cyberpunk 2077 trailer. Here’s a roundup of every single trailer from the press conference. To catch up on everything Xbox E3, check out our storystream here. Halo Infinite That’s right, there’s going to be a new installment in the Halo franchise. Powered by a new engine, Slipspace, this game will follow Master Chief once again on a different kind of journey. Ori and the Will of the Wisps Last year’s E3 saw a teaser for Ori and the Will of the Wisps, but this year we got a new gameplay trailer. The game is set to release in 2019. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice The creators of Bloodborne have a new game set in feudal Japan. Gameplay shows mythological monsters and demons with a similar punishing combat style from Dark Souls. … [Read more...] about Every Microsoft Xbox trailer from E3 2018
If there's a game that deserves to win a prize for cuteness, Tunic probably won at the Xbox E3 conference - although I'm sure Ori and the Will of the Wisps would give it a run for it's money. Tunic is basically Legend of Zelda but featuring an adorable little sword-wielding fox. Technically, the game has been around since last year's E3, but the new trailer gives us a great look at the game's stunning isometric world, with all its puzzle-solving and combat. This is a game that's being made by a one-man team, Andrew Shouldice, based in Canada and really channels old-school Zelda adventures but much, much cuter. The game was originally announced back in 2015 as Secret Legend, but now it's called Tunic. It's going to be a console exclusive on Xbox One, but it's also coming to PC. There's no word on a release date at the moment though, so you're going to have to wait to get an injection of adorable fox. … [Read more...] about Tunic is basically Legend of Zelda: Adorable Fox Edition
Sure, Tunic appeared at E3 2017, but the trailer shown during Microsoft’s E3 2018 provides a much clearer look at the game, created by a Andrew Shouldice, a one-man team based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The game calls to mind the classic Zelda adventures and stars an adorable fox. The game was originally announced as Secret Legend in 2015. Tunic will be a console launch exclusive on Xbox One. A release date has yet to be announced. … [Read more...] about Tunic trailer teases an adorable Zelda-style adventure on Xbox One