Xbox commits to cloud gaming, but consoles aren't going anywhere

Xbox commits to cloud gaming, but consoles aren't going anywhere

Xbox commits to cloud gaming, but consoles aren't going anywhere

Amid all of their game announcements, Microsoft let out some interesting tidbits about the future of Xbox during their E3 conference - and hinted at the possibility of multiple consoles being worked on. "With Halo Infinite we will join Master Chief on his greatest adenture yet to save humanity", said Xbox chief Phil Spencer. The engine allows opportunities for emergent experiences for gamers of today and tomorrow.

The company also announced it was creating a new studio in Santa Monica, California under the banner of The Initiative, led by former Tomb Raider boss Darrell Gallagher.

It's beginning to look a lot like E3 as the gaming world is getting into the spirit and the first big announcements are starting to roll in. The game looks handsome already but will see a higher visual fidelity through the power of Xbox One X. The game is also going to be taking advantage of the Xbox One X.

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Rumours abound that a new Fable is in production at Forza studio PlayGround Games, too - we expect that to be confirmed or denied at this years' showing, too. He further detailed that Microsoft dedicated to perfecting gaming everywhere, on Xbox, PC, or Phone. At this juncture, we couldn't have asked for more than that.

The next installment of the ever-popular "Halo" franchise is on the way.

Developer 343 Industries has revealed more information regarding the development of Halo Infinite, and the Slipspace Engine. "We will have some new and unexpected directions to take folks in and I believe the way we achieve that is to build alongside our community, iterating and improving as we go". It was a phenomenal year for single player games on those consoles and that is only naming a select few of those titles.

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