Microsoft says it is holding the Xbox Global Fan Festival 'X019' at the Copper Box Arena in London, England from November 14-16 (local time).
Microsoft released a number of new exclusive titles and future plans for its services, including Project xCloud and Xbox Game Pass, in the special X019 episode of its streaming broadcast, Inside Xbox.
Microsoft has announced plans to work with 25 partners to add more than 50 game titles. Additional titles include 'Forza Horizon 4', 'Tekken 7 & # 39', 'Devil May Cry 5', 'Blood Stained: Ritual of the Night' , 'Terra' by domestic developer Krafton, and 'Black Desert' by Pearl Abyss. To be
In addition, news on PC 2020 support (Windows 10) was also announced. By 2020, XCloud technology will be available on PCs and smartphones and tablets that are currently supported. In addition to Xbox One controllers, the company plans to support more Bluetooth controllers such as Sony DUALSHOCK 4 and the Razer gamepad, and the Xbox GamePass service is also available.
Microsoft Kareem Choudhry, vice president of cloud gaming, said, "Last month's pilot services in Korea, the United States and the United Kingdom have been very helpful in creating a cloud gaming experience." "We plan to expand our services to various markets in Canada, India, Japan and Western Europe."
Microsoft announced eight new titles, including 'Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition', 'Age of Wonders: Planetfall' and 'Lego: Ninja Movie Movie Video Game & # 39 ;. It was announced that it could be played. More than 50 games will be added from the end of the year to the end of 2020, including the Final Fantasy franchise, Tekken 7, Dark Sides 3, and Minecraft Dungeon.
A number of new games from the game development studio under Xbox Game Studio have also been released. Microsoft currently has 15 game studios. New exclusive titles released include Obsidian, a first-person survival game 'Groundeded', Donnode narrative adventure game 'Tell Me Y' ',' Bleeding Edge ' Ninja, and 'Age of Empire' Forgotten Empire. 4, Minecraft Dungeon Mojang, Asobo Studio's Microsoft Flight Simulator, and Rare's Everwild.
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