Many Xbox fans from all over the world are looking forward to the release of the upcoming Xbox Series X generation. Microsoft planned to showcase the device during the GDC 2020, but the event has been delayed indefinitely due to the risk of a coronavirus outbreak.
However, the Redmond giant has decided to release the information that would have been presented at the convention during a live event that is scheduled to take place on Mixer on March 17 and 18. The stream will begin on March 17 at 10:00 am Pacific Time and will share the hottest information related to new gaming hardware and cloud gaming solutions developed by Microsoft.
A crucial moment will be a one-hour presentation that carries the title of Xbox Series X+ Project xCloud= New Chapter in Gaming, which should take place between 11:40 to 12:40 during the second day. It is thought that the panel could offer valuable insight related to the proprietary cloud gaming service that is being developed by Microsoft for Xbox Series X and Windows-based computers.
More Xbox Series X details to be unveiled by Microsoft soon
It is also believed that an Xbox Series X port of the latest Gears of War game could be showcased during the live stream. According to several gaming news outlets, the port has been evaluated by Phil Spencer, the chief of the Xbox Division, and he seems to have been excited by the result.
Microsoft could also share more data about the upcoming console during E3 2020, as the company has already confirmed that it will attend the iconic event.
Xbox Series X is shaping up to be an impressive device as Microsoft remains committed to the release of hardware gaming devices while also seeking to offer cloud gaming features as a complementary service. The new consoles should be released after the beginning of November 2020, and the price remains elusive for now.