Xbox’s highly anticipated E3 showcase on Sunday night was a blockbuster event. For the first time ever, Xbox and Bethesda (Microsoft now owns the company behind hit franchises including Doom and Fallout) shared the stage together. A lot of game announcements were jammed into the event’s 90-minute runtime, and there’s a lot more to talk about. From “Starfield” to “Hello Infinite” from the Bethesda franchise, here’s a rundown of the show’s biggest announcements. Starfield Xbox opened its E3 showcase with Bethesda’s “Starfield,” a brand new role-playing space odyssey game. The Starfield trailer doesn’t reveal much, but know that the game is “an epic — one about hope, our shared humanity, and the answer to our greatest mystery.” Starfield is coming exclusively to Xbox Series X and Windows PC on November 11, 2022. The game will also be available for Xbox Game Pass. Halo Infinite We had a pretty good idea that Microsoft would reveal more about Halo Infinity at E3 2021. And the company revealed what to expect from the highly anticipated sci-fi shooter via a new trailer. Although Microsoft didn’t reveal too many details about the game, it did confirm a release date with a free-to-play multiplayer mode.
The company confirmed that the Xbox exclusive “Halo Infinite” will arrive during the holiday season. Redfall Redfall is a new Xbox exclusive game developed by Arkane’s studio in Austin, Texas. Slated to launch in 2022, a new co-op vampire-slaying game has a Stranger Things-esque retro vibe. It can be played solo or cooperatively. Radfall will be an Xbox exclusive for Series X/S as well as PC. And yes, the game will be on Xbox Game Pass from day one. Forza Horizon 5 During its E3 showcase, Microsoft finally revealed Forza Horizon 5. This big-ticket racing game will be set in Mexico, and will be released on November 9. The open-world racer game Pass is coming to the first day. Battlefield 2042 EA and DICE officially unveiled Battlefield 2042 last week. But during Xbox’s E3 showcase, the first gameplay trailer was revealed. Although not an Xbox exclusive, Battlefield 2042 will release on October 22. Xbox Mini Fridge Yes, it’s true. An Xbox Series X-shaped mini fridge will hit retail shelves this holiday season. It all started as a meme on the internet, but Microsoft is making the Xbox Series X mini fridge a reality. As you can see in the trailer, the outside of the fridge has the Xbox logo in one corner and the inside is green.
Powered by the “Xbox Velocity Cooling Architecture”, the fridge will be able to keep around 10 cans of selected drinks cold. However, the retail price is still unknown. Other Announcements Twelve Minutes psychological thriller Twelve Minutes, which has been in development for seven years, will land on August 19, 2021. Sea of Thieves Captain Jack Sparrow is the famous pirate portrayed by Johnny Depp in the Pirates of the Caribbean movies. Coming to Rare Sea of Thieves. As part of Sea of Thieves’ next major update, a free pirate-themed expansion for the game will launch on June 22. Hades’ well-received indie game will arrive on Xbox Game Pass on August 13th. The Outer Worlds 2 Showcase during its E3, Microsoft gave us a brief glimpse at its announcement trailer for The Outer Worlds 2. The Outer Worlds sequel, The Outer Worlds 2 will come to Xbox Series X and Windows PC. .