Some Of Xbox’s Headlining Announcements For 2021 Has Yet To Be Announced, Microsoft Presses


Posted on March 8, 2021 by Nick Moreno

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To many fans, they are already satisfied as to what Xbox Series X & Xbox Series S has to offer as a next-generation console. In that, the improved loading times, expansive catalogue of backwards compatibility-supported titles, and the ability to easily transition across the namely ecosystem deems worth being on Xbox. But, more leeway to purchase a console is the games only unique to that system.

For Xbox, that is fairly broad already with games like Halo Infinite, State of Decay 2, Everwild, and Fable to name a few. But looking at the roadmap for 2021 is fairly blank. Enough so that impatient fans conjured an alleged Xbox Showcase that would take place in March – in which Microsoft later disclosed to not be true.

But, there are plenty to be announced later this year as per Xbox Director of Product Management Jason Ronald who disclosed that some of the big games to look forward to for 2021 has yet to be announced. Speaking on the Lords of Iron Podcast that aired on Sunday, Roland said ” Not all games that are releasing this year have been announced.” He adds, “There are games I’m very excited for.”

Aside from the statement, Roland does not elaborate further on what Microsoft or Xbox Game Studios has to offer entering later into the year. As for what could bring potential exclusive releases for Xbox, there is the plausible suggestion that Bethesda could source a new wave of additional games to the platform.

Howbeit, there is a continued discussion issuing that perhaps Microsoft is pursuing Zenimax Media, Bethesda’s parent company, more in favor to secure an even stronger base for Xbox Game Pass. But, the firm has issued that titles will be reviewed “case-by-case” to determine when that will officially take place. But overall to emphasize more on its own platform. You can read the initial report by heading here.

Are you excited for more big hitters coming to Xbox?

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