Amid all of their game announcements, Microsoft let out some interesting tidbits about the future of Xbox during their E3 conference - and hinted at the possibility of multiple consoles being worked on.
"When we started this project, the team's vision for the game was ambitious - so much so that we knew we had to build new tech to fully realize our goals for Halo Infinite", reads the blog post. The game releases with special enhancements for Xbox One X. Xbox Game Pass program subscribers on both platforms will also receive the game on day 1.
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For years, gamers and industry pundits have speculated that each console generation from Microsoft and Sony could be the last, as mobile gaming has surged and Microsoft has increasingly bridged its Windows PC and console gaming initiatives.
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It all sounds very similar to Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass , which offers access to many of that consoles' titles for $9.99/month. To this day, Origin Access has existed to provide access to older games in the PC gaming vault from Electronic Arts.
Update: Well, they didn't come back, and digging into the details a little further, this was merely an "engine trailer" for the Slipspace Engine.
This year's multiplayer hit Sea of Thieves will likely get time to show off what's next on its roadmap, too - with a DLC tease and maybe even a surprise announcement that some new content is available right away.
We'll also nearly certainly get more news about backwards compatibility and Minecraft - now both E3 staples for Microsoft. But Microsoft continues to work to improve it, and we are seeing the results of that at E3. There has been talk lately that we might be past the point of consoles. A new trailer during Microsoft's E3 conference gave us a look at the striking visuals and challenging platforming gameplay fans of this series are going to expect.