Xbox Game Studios: Heading For 2023 Game Blocking?

Looking at the list of Xbox games already confirmed for Xbox Game Pass in 2023, even though the year hasn’t even started yet, everything points to us being on our way Historic year for Xbox. And once again, insider Jeff Grubb, who this week is gathering some information about upcoming releases from Xbox Studios.

With games originally slated for 2022 and titles slated for next year being pushed back, today’s Xbox really has The best lineup in history brand.

And let’s just see First half of 2023Many great games are already officially listed on Xbox Studios: Starfield, red fall, Ara: History Untold, Ghostwire: Tokyo, Forza Motorsport and Minecraft legends Which is expected to be released in the first half of next year. That alone is really big! Except for a few third-party games that will be released at no additional cost on Xbox Game Pass.

As of now, none of these games have a firm release date, and it’s a safe bet that we’ll have to wait for an upcoming event for the brand to give us a more precise timeline. The new “XO” should give us some information after the Game Awards 2023 at the end of the year.

In a new podcast, journalist and insider Jeff Grubb discussed other games coming to Xbox next year. According to your sources we will have Bell tower project A similar game from Stoic, Capcom’s hit Monster Hunter created by a certain Affinity – which also makes for a great online mode for Halo Infinite and the return of the classics 100 against 100 by the end of the year.

In addition, there is the possibility of other releases such as Hellblade 2, smuggling And oddly enough unannounced games like inXile and Compulsion Games. Then there are other projects that Xbox has already announced, and sometimes for a while. Jeff quotes Fable, Avowed or Perfect Dark, but he really No I’ll bet on it for a 2023 release.

With this schedule of major releases, you can imagine that Microsoft will choose Spread the games throughout the yearOr even postponing some of them to 2024. But, according to Jeff Grubb, that gimmick is no longer relevant when the Xbox business model is essentially based on Xbox Game Pass.

Jeff Grubb explains that it’s much easier to keep players happy with releases spaced out throughout the year than it is to get someone to sign up for Game Pass if they’ve never done it.

With three months of release still to go and the biggest games of the year still to come, 2023 is already shaping up to be an exciting year for gaming, and we’re not even counting here Activision Blizzard who is planning to join the team next year and can offer us more Diablo IVamong other games.

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