Xbox One gamers have been delivered some great games news as fans wait to find out more details on the next-gen Scarlett consoles.
Microsoft at E3 last year lifted the lid on the Xbox Scarlett, with more details likely to be revealed this year.
It’s rumoured that the Xbox Scarlett could get a release date in 2020, with fans left wondering which high-profile IPs could feature on it.
Microsoft have recently bought a number of high-profile studios, such as Ninja Theory and Obsidian.
It’s likely these and other Microsoft Studios will be busy at work prepping games for the Xbox Scarlett.
Arguably the best known IP that the Xbox makers have in their portfolio is Halo, with the next Halo game – Infinite – already unveiled.
Fans may have been left fearing that Halo Infinite could be arriving on the Xbox Scarlett instead of the Xbox One.
But Halo franchise director Frank O’Connor has moved to reassure fans that Halo Infinite will indeed be coming to the Xbox One.
O’Connor was asked by a fan on Twitter about an alleged leak that Halo Infinite would be coming to the Scarlett and not current gen consoles.
But the Halo bigwig responded: “I have no idea what leak you’re talking about, but Halo Infinite will be released for Xbox One and appropriately spec’d PCs.”
With Sony absent from this year’s E3, Microsoft will likely be going all out to steal the show at the major gaming expo.
So more details on Halo Infinite – as well as the Xbox Scarlett – are likely to be revealed there.
The news comes after latest rumours claim a brand new Xbox console could be released in the next few months.
According to Windows Central, a new Xbox console is set to launch in May.
Sources have told them that the rumoured discless Xbox One S – which is codenamed Maverick – will launch in Q1 2019.
It’s believed that pre-orders for the digital-only Xbox One console will open in April with the device getting released in early May.
Microsoft are allegedly targeting a near-global simultaneous launch for the new Xbox console.
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