Microsoft detailed Xbox 20/20 ahead of May’s Inside Xbox livestream, proclaiming it would focus on third-party gameplay (or, in reality, a lack thereof). At the same time, Microsoft also detailed that we’d see first-party gameplay including Halo Infinite in July; clever calendar users out there will have noticed the gap in June.
According to VentureBeat, Microsoft will use next month to delve deeper into the console itself. Considering Microsoft has already detailed the console’s full specs and shown off things like ray tracing with the likes of Minecraft, we’re wondering what’s left to show. Time will tell.
We’ll report back on June’s Xbox 20/20 event as more is known.