Friday, January 13, 2023

Xbox and Bethesda's Developer_Direct: A sneak peek at upcoming games for Xbox, PC and Game Pass

On Wednesday, January 25th, Xbox and Bethesda will showcase a developer-direct presentation, giving fans an inside look at some of the upcoming games for Xbox, PC, and Game Pass. The presentation will be led by game creators from studios such as Arkane Austin, Mojang Studios, Turn 10 Studios, and ZeniMax Online Studios. They will unveil big features, extended gameplay, and the latest information for games launching in the next few months, including The Elder Scrolls Online, Forza Motorsport, Minecraft Legends, and Redfall.

To fully delve into the details of Bethesda Game Studios' Starfield, a separate show is planned. Fans can tune in on Xbox and Bethesda channels on Twitch and YouTube at 12pm PT/3pm ET on January 25th to see all the latest on their favorite games.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Studio Director Matt Firor will reveal the major Chapter update for 2023, including new playable regions in Tamriel and a significant new feature coming this year. The developer-direct will be immediately followed by a standalone ESO Chapter Reveal Event hosted by ZeniMax Online Studios, providing in-depth details for ESO players. Forza Motorsport: Turn 10 Studios has been working on the next generation of Forza Motorsport, designed to take advantage of Xbox Series X|S. The developer-direct will showcase gameplay and new details.

Minecraft Legends: Mojang Studios will give an inside look into the PvP multiplayer experience in Minecraft Legends, an upcoming action-strategy game. Developed in partnership with Blackbird Interactive and launching this spring, fans can expect exclusive gameplay footage at the developer-direct. Redfall: Arkane Austin, the creators of Dishonored and Prey, will showcase several minutes of gameplay from their upcoming FPS. The developer-direct will reveal single and multiplayer gameplay and provide more details about combat, customization, bosses, the open world, and more.

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