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Xbox, Bethesda showcase coming 26 January with Redfall, Forza

All the rumours were true.

Update: The rumours were true — an Xbox, Bethesda showcase will take place on 26 January here in Australia.

Taking place at 7.00 am AEDT on 26 January, the showcase will focus on The Elder Scrolls Online, Forza Motorsport, Minecraft Legends and Arkane’s Redfall.

A standalone Starfield livestream has also been confirmed — but not dated — by Microsoft. We’ll keep you informed as we learn more.

Expect the January 2023 showcase on both Xbox (Twitch, YouTube) and Bethesda channels (Twitch, YouTube). We’ve also embedded it directly below, so come back to view!

Original story: A reported Xbox, Bethesda showcase will take place this month, offering new looks at titles including Redfall and Forza Motorsport.

Windows Central’s Jez Cordon is behind this report, saying the showcase will air 26 January here in Australia. It’ll likely be early in the morning, which might work out well since it’s an Aussie public holiday.

Citing a “variety of sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans,” Corden says we’ll also get glimpses of Minecraft Legends alongside Redfall, Forza and “content” from ZeniMax Online Studios.

One title that won’t be present, according to Corden, is Bethesda’s Starfield; it will be held for its own spotlight livestream closer to its launch sometime this year.

While Xbox head Phil Spencer was in attendance at December 2022’s Game Awards, Microsoft itself kept quiet; this January 2023 livestream is hopefully the reason why.

Microsoft hasn’t said anything about a January 2023 presentation as yet; we’ll keep you posted as we learn more.

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