In May, Microsoft promised to host a monthly Xbox 20/20 event until the Xbox Series X is available. Since the first event in May, however, Microsoft has been putting the pigeons of its fans on. Not only did there be no events in June, but even the Platform Exclusive Game Show in July didn’t have the title “Xbox 20/20.”
Microsoft had hoped to attract the attention of its fans with the Xbox 20/20 campaign, but as noted in a may blog update, the company is avoiding the issue.
The software giant says “Xbox 20/20” means there is only one channel to release updates, but that’s not the case. There’s still a lot of Xbox digital activity in Inside, and there’s blog posts updates on Xbox Wire and YouTube channels.
Historically, we are not surprised by Microsoft’s high-profile and bad-ended approach.
It’s just hoped that in the coming months, the company will be able to unveil the price/time-to-market of the Xbox Series X and release the legendary more affordable Xbox Series S model.