Microsoft Teases Xbox Scarlet Reveal in Hidden Codes - E3 2019

Microsoft Teases Xbox Scarlet Reveal in Hidden Codes - E3 2019

Microsoft Teases Xbox Scarlet Reveal in Hidden Codes - E3 2019

Some of the developers making exclusive titles for Xbox include: 343 Industries, The Coalition, Turn 10, Rare, The Initiative, Undead Labs, Playground Games, Ninja Theory, and Compulsion Games.

If that weren't enough, the rumours emerging today are also suggesting that the Project Scarlett systems will support "four generations worth" of backwards compatibility, which would line-up with Microsoft's dedication to creating a broader Xbox ecosystem and family.

Announced in April, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate includes Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold for $15 per month or the regional equivalent. Yeap, you read that right; you can head over right now at the Windows Store and purchase 4A Games' first-person shooter that was previously available exclusively on Epic Games Store. That's pretty reasonable, particularly when you consider the list of games Microsoft has ready to roll out with the pass. However, that's not the only big news concerning Xbox Game Pass Ultimate to be revealed, as there is now an offer to pick up the subscription service for $1.

Currently, the console's focus is primarily video games. Microsoft is clear that the games don't stream; it says that feedback showed that streaming and connectivity issues were identified as a "major pain point" for game subscription services. Bargain! You can subscribe to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate here. Microsoft has already said that public trials of xCloud - which will allow gamers to play Xbox One games on phones, tablets, and other devices - will begin in 2019, so in addition to a live demo of xCloud running on multiple devices, we might also get an official start date for the trials. Actual game title-wise, we're waiting on big news regarding Gears of War 5, and more than a tease of Halo Infinite, hopefully.

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