Most of us are excited about the upcoming console from both Microsoft and Sony. However, in this article, we are going to focus on the upcoming Xbox Series X. We have been waiting for months to see the console games in action, and Microsoft finally revealed to the public what its device could do. This week, on Thursday 23, the company showcased the Xbox Series X games in action.
The event revealed Halo Infinite, he next Forza Motorsport title, and the return of Fable. Yes, Fable is coming back full force. The game is now officially confirmed. During the Xbox Games Showcase, the company revealed the games available on their next-gen console. As much as we wanted to find the release date for Xbox Series X during the showcase, the company stuck to the games.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon is coming to Xbox Series X as well. The game was announced a day before the official event by the video game company Sega. The turn-based RPG video game will also be available on the Xbox One, PS4, and PC platforms starting November 2020. According to Sega, the game “will release on day one of the console’s release date.” However, the PS5 fans will have to wait a little longer until the game gets on their platform.
Therefore, all rumors and small hints show that both the PS5 and Xbox Series X are coming out in November this year. The official period stated by both companies is Holiday 2020 and November fits just right. Although we do not have the official release date, all fingers point toward one direction.
However, we won’t have to wait for much longer to find out official news. Both Sony and Microsoft have made us wait for them enough. Sooner or later, the next-gen consoles will be up for preorders.