Microsoft’s May eventuality for a Xbox Series X had some plain content, though mismanaged expectations eventually led to disappointment, joined with some of a hurdles faced by a workforce compulsory to work from home right now, overdue to a tellurian pandemic. Microsoft will no doubt have engrossed feedback from that event, and will put that bid brazen into a Jul showcase.
Microsoft has potentially already nailed a hardware, with a console that is not usually some-more absolute than a PlayStation 5, though also smaller. Price wars will no doubt come next, though nothing of this matters but a games. Microsoft has been on a backfoot in this area for utterly a while, as Sony pumped out acclaimed titles like Spider-man, God of War, and a Last of Us 2, Microsoft had a satisfactory share of disappointments, with titles like Crackdown 3, and a canceled Scalebound.
In July, Microsoft has an event to uncover certainty in a first-party roadmap that boasts some-more studios and some-more investment than ever. Hopefully, finally, a wait will be over, and conjecture and calm can spin into excitement, as Microsoft presses forward into next-gen. We can’t wait.