According to the rumors, fans can expect news from Forza Motorsport, Redfall, and Minecraft Legends.
Xbox was noticeably absent during The Game Awards in December. Microsoft promised at the time that it had more gaming news to share in 2023, and according to new rumors, the first load of information could be just around the corner.
According to Windows Central, the Xbox team will be holding a game show called Xbox Developer Direct later this month. The provisional time is set for 21:00 on Wednesday 25 January, but this may change, writes the website.
The presentation will reportedly offer news from upcoming games like Forza Motorsport, Redfall, and Minecraft Legends. The three games will be released during the year, but none of them has so far been given a final date. This could thus be among the revelations during the Developer Direct broadcast.
One game that can shine in its absence is Starfield. Windows Central has heard that Xbox may hold back the long-awaited space game, in favor of a larger presentation a little later in the year. Bethesda has also confirmed that Starfield will be launched during the first half of 2023.
In other Xbox news, Microsoft recently announced that the price of Xbox Series X/S games is increasing. Until now, the company has operated with 60 dollars per game from its own studios, but now the price tag goes up to 70 dollars. Microsoft thus follows the same line as Sony uses for PlayStation 5 games.