Rumor: For The June 2022 Showcase, Almost Every Xbox Studio Has Something To Show.
According to a fresh report, nearly all Xbox companies have submitted something for the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase on June 12.
Microsoft is planning a big event soon that will showcase a number of noteworthy games coming to Xbox from both first-party and third-party studios. The Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase will stream on Sunday, June 12 at 10 a.m. PT/12 p.m. CT, and it will serve as Xbox's major Summer press conference in 2022.
Since the show's announcement last week, fans have been guessing about all of the titles Microsoft would showcase. Microsoft is working on a number of exciting games, including Forza Motorsport, Fable, Perfect Dark, Hellblade 2, and more. There are definitely enough first-party games in development at Xbox to span the entire event, but third-party games are likely to be shown. According to a recent report, practically every Xbox studio contributed to the event.
Rand al Thor, one of the hosts of the Xbox Two Podcast, was recently featured as a special guest on another podcast called PM in the PM. Almost all Xbox studios submitted something for the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase next month, with some companies submitting numerous items, he said. However, not everything will be included in this preview, since some of them are likely to be eliminated from the event. Every rumor should be treated with caution, but Rand al Thor has shown to be a trustworthy source on several occasions.
Bethesda will almost certainly play a prominent role in the presentation, with plenty of time devoted to the complete revelation of the much anticipated Starfield. Fans may also witness future games from Bethesda Softworks' other development studios, including id Software and Arkane Studios, as well as an early peek at Machines Games' next Indiana Jones game.
Despite the fact that E3 2022 has been canceled, June will still include a number of important gaming events and showcases, the most notable of which being the Summer Game Fest and its Kick-Off presentation. Geoff Keighley will host the event, which is expected to be jam-packed with international debuts.
Microsoft is unlikely to compete with Sony for exposure this summer, given Sony has been focused on holding a major event in September. As a result, the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase will almost certainly be the main focus of the gaming crowd. Sony, on the other hand, has State of Play events throughout the year, and a rumor says that the next God of War Ragnarok will be revealed in full later this month.
Source: Pure Xbox