In the context of this year’s E3, Microsoft also talked about the future of the Xbox One family. This involved both the line-up of the platform and the topic of virtual reality.
In addition to the in-house E3 press conference last Sunday evening, Microsoft’s managers presented themselves in the context of various interviews with the questions of the specialist press.
Among other things it was about the fact that Microsoft with the Xbox One X although a tremendously potent hardware presented, apart from the racing game “Forza Motorsport 7”, which is presented in the native 4K resolution and 60FPS, but in principle hardly a new one Which presented the potential of the Xbox One X. Instead, more indie titles were introduced. Added to the already known projects such as “Sea of Thieves”, “State of Decay 2” or “Crackdown 3”.
Xbox One: Microsoft is talking about the upcoming line-up
According to Microsoft’s Aaron Greenberg, yesterday’s press conference proved that it still understands the company to provide a varied line-up on its own platforms. The fact that major titles such as “Gears of War 5” or “Halo 6”, which are already in work at The Coalition and 343 Industries, were not to be seen yesterday, was that Microsoft wanted to present primarily titles in the Coming twelve months.
More details about “Gears of War 5” or “Halo 6” would like to call Microsoft in due course. In addition, this week, a small surprise is to be revealed, which is connected with the “Halo” series. In conversation with Geoff Keighley, Larry Hryb, aka Major Nelson, also lost a few words about the subject of Virtual Reality and assured that a corresponding solution for the Xbox One will be worked out, which will benefit enormously from the performance of the newly announced Xbox One X. In addition, everything is being done to meet the expectations of the customers in this area.
When to expect further details on Xbox VR, Major Nelson left open. Recently, however, it was suggested that Microsoft could rely on a wireless solution.