Despite the announced next-generation Xbox Series X console, Microsoft has clearly not forgotten to surprise older Xbox One users, such as introducing 100 games at this summer’s online event. Despite missing the E3 game show this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the summer gaming extravaganza, sponsored by industry insiders such as Geoff Keighley, brings together a wealth of digital events such as Blizzard, Ubisoft and Google Stadia.
Although not yet listed on the Summer Game Fest website, the Microsoft Xbox team has announced that it will hold a week-long demo starting July 21.
Even if we still need to further polish and eliminate bugs, we’re happy to be able to preview 75 to 100 Xbox One games during this time.
By then, the software giants will have released the full list, but 60 of them should already be available, such as “The Legend of Chris,” “Destroying All Of Humanity,” “Love Line RPG” and Dark Sci-Fi’s Hellpoint.
Interested friends can log on to the Xbox One dashboard to watch Summer Game Fest by July 27, some of which may appear on the Xbox One Demo channel later.