Today, Microsoft announced a monthly event that it will be holding called Xbox 20/20. There's no E3 briefing this year, so the company will be holding these events to showcase the Xbox Series X, its progress, and its games. The first one will be on May 7, and the focus will be on next-generation gameplay, trailers, and sneak peaks, including Assassin's Creed Valhalla.
Another thing noted in the blog post is that the Xbox Series X is still on track for 2020, as are games like Halo Infinite, Microsoft Flight Simulator, Wasteland 3, and Minecraft Dungeons. These games will also be available for Xbox Game Pass on day one, and Project xCloud will come together with Game Pass later this year as well.
Mmmmm that Xbox Series X boot sound is so satisfying. They just keep getting better with each hardware iteration.— Rukari Austin (@rukizzel) May 5, 2020
Can't wait to see what Xbox 20/20 has in store...https://t.co/GyOHn26zL7 pic.twitter.com/myZ3mmFHU0
Microsoft says that for Xbox 20/20, it will be confirming games that will use its new Smart Delivery feature, which will make sure you get the version of the game your downloading that's best for your device. And the games showcased will all be Xbox Series X Optimized, so they can be played in 4K and at up to120fps, support DirectX raytracing, and more.
The first episode will be on May 7 at 8am PT, and you can watch it on Mixer, Twitch, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. In the July episode, Microsoft says that it's going to have a focus on Xbox Game Studio games.