During the one hour, event fans got a glimpse of what was playing on Xbox’s newest console might be like.
Games looked as if they were being played on a high-quality PC, with the detail and texture in the graphics display. To be clear, the footage is still in development so things can get better.
With the Xbox X, players can play some games in 4k resolution, or with frame rates of up to 120fps at a lesser resolution.
Some games that people can play on the Xbox X, include Bright Memory Infinite, Dirt 5, Scorn, Call of the Sea, Chorus, Second Extinction, The Ascent, The Medium, Madden NFL 21, among other titles. Many other companies are working on making games that are compatible with the Xbox X.
Xbox and Microsoft as of right now are keeping their cards close to their chest, not revealing too much about the console’s capabilities, but the company seems to be slowly releasing more and more new information.
A launch date and a price have yet to be announced, but fans feel that information will become public in the coming months as Xbox plans to host more Inside Xbox events in both June and July.