The Xbox Series X Event Will Focus On Video Games

The long-awaited Xbox Series X event will be seen at 1080p and 60fps and will focus on video games.

After the live broadcast, the video will be able to be seen at 4K and 60fps.


It is not long before Xbox Series X shows us the full potential of their games in a live event. The Xbox Games Showcase will be broadcast live and digitally on July 23 at 9AM, and promises to be focused exclusively on video games.



Aaron Greenberg, general manager of marketing at Xbox Games, reports from the company’s official website that the event can be seen live in 1080p and 60fps from the official channels of YouTube, Twitch, Facebook and Twitter. The video will later be available on YouTube for Xbox fans to enjoy streaming in 4K and 60fps.




“I know everyone is excited for Xbox Games Showcase next Thursday. Seen some wild expectations so if helpful this show has one focus, games. No business, devices or similar news, just games. A whole show about hour long focused on games. Hope you enjoy it!”



One of the main protagonists of the event will undoubtedly be Halo Infinite, the new game in the famous Xbox franchise whose third installment has just landed on PC. Many hope to learn more about the Fable franchise, since Microsoft has shown signs of wanting to use it again, and in addition, it also sounds strong that we could see the mysterious project on which The Initiative works.

See you next Thursday!

Source: 3DJuegos

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