In May, Microsoft released its 2020 Xbox Monthly Plan. The company plans to keep players focused by monthly releases of content related to next-generation Xbox consoles. Following the previous third-party lineup launch, june is coming to an end, what exactly is the Microsoft Xbox team planning? When will new news be brought?
It was originally reported that the Xbox division will next appear to be releasing exclusive game lineups from the first party. But the media believe that Microsoft had planned to release the legendary low-end next-generation Xbox in June, the Xbox Series S, which is developed code-named Lockhart. This year’s E3 game show was canceled due to an outbreak, which disrupted Microsoft’s plans and delayed the launch of the Xbox Series S, which had been scheduled for E3 in June.
Also because of the outbreak, Microsoft was unable to announce the Xbox Series S and the next-generation game lineup at the same time because of the remote work from home. The company must reconsider the new release node. Earlier this month, Venturebeat said Microsoft was now preparing to postpone a major announcement in June until August. The reporter then responded cautiously, saying Microsoft “didn’t delay anything” and that its next big launch would be held in July. The media also said that after a bland May third-party game launch and a complete absence of June, Xbox players are looking forward to the next July launch and the Xbox Series S in August.
According to previous news, Microsoft will introduce a low-cost version of the Xbox Series S with the same CPU performance as the Xbox Series X, the difference between the two will be mainly in GPU and optical drive. The low-cost Xbox Series S with the same CPUG is more suitable for users with 1080P devices.