Those looking to get a look at Xbox Series X gameplay footage won’t have to wait much longer.
Microsoft will debut the first gameplay footage of its new console on Thursday, May 7 at 8 a.m PT/11 a.m ET. The tweeted announcement indicates that multiple games will be on display, although no specific titles were announced.
The news comes as gaming companies adjust their marketing strategies to debut new consoles and games following the cancellation of E3. Xbox said they would host a digital event to make up for its canceled press conference. It is unclear if this is the event that was referenced or if another event will take place at a later date.
Aside from Microsoft, other companies are adjusting to the new reality as well. Ubisoft released its new trailer for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla earlier today. The gaming company has traditionally unveiled Assassin’s Creed trailer at previous E3 events.
The Xbox Series X was announced in December 2019 at the Game Awards. The new console will include a new wireless controller and feature backwards compatibility for all four generations of Xbox consoles.
Xbox Series X, along with the new controller, is scheduled for a Holiday 2020 release.
Those looking to get a look at Xbox Series X gameplay footage won't have to wait much longer.