Microsoft has held the digital event Xbox & Bethesda Developer Direct, in which he presented news about games such as Forza Motorsport and Minecraft Legends, in addition to the release date of the ambitious title Redfall. Here we tell you everything.
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Everything from the Xbox & Bethesda Developer Direct
- Redfall will arrive on May 2
Redfall is a shooting, cooperative and vampire video game that will arrive on PC and Xbox Series X / S (in addition to Game Pass) on May 2. An extended gameplay was shown that allowed the gameplay to be seen alone or with up to three friends.
- Forza Motorsport: New Trailer
Xbox will renew the driving simulator Forza Motorsport and although it is known that it will arrive this year, it does not have a release date yet. On the other hand, a new trailer was shown and we know that it will come to PC, Xbox Series X / S and Game Pass. Furthermore, it was revealed that it will use 4K resolution, 60 FPS and ray tracing, along with a variety of 500 cars and 800 customization options.
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- Minecraft Legends arrives on April 18
The title will arrive on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Game Pass on April 18. The game will have a main campaign, co-op mode, and a PvP mode.
- The Elder Scrolls Online gets an expansion
An expansion called ‘The Elder Scrolls Online: Necrom’ will arrive, from the Shadows sombre Morrowind saga. It will be available on June 5 on PC and Mac, while PS5, PS4, Xbox Series and Xbox One will receive it on June 20. In addition, the first 20 ESO chapters will be available for free for a limited time.
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- Hi-Fi Rush is released, a rhythm game from the creators of The Evil Within
The rhythm game Hi-Fi Rush is now available for PC and Xbox Game Pass (for Xbox Series). The title has songs by groups like The Black Keys and Nine Inch Nails. It is for a single player and comes from the creators of The Evil Within and Ghostwire: Tokyo.