From November 24 to December 2, Microsoft will be selling the Xbox One X console at $349.99 United States dollars - that price applies to any console. You can check out all of the X019 trailers below! A Twitch video ad shared on Reddit this morning touts Game Pass and its impressive library of titles. Although Microsoft did not supply a hard release date, saying only that 2020 is the plan.
Inside Xbox will welcome representatives to the stage from Rare, Obsidian, Ninja Theory, inXile, Mojang, and Xbox Publishing, to name a few. The company is expanding its Project xCloud service, which is now in closed beta, by 50 games, more markets, and more invites to player-testers. It's an enormously popular game that will generate a lot of buzz for Xbox Game Pass, and could coax more players into subscribing.
Square Enix had a whole bunch of news to share during Microsoft's XO19 presentation in London, and RPG fans are going to have a ton of games to play next year. Key highlights include Rage 2, The Talos Principle, Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition, Age of Wonders: Planetfall, Darksiders III and The Witcher 3.
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Other xCloud news includes support of DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controllers and gamepads from Razer beginning sometime in 2020 as well the expansion of more Bluetooth enabled controllers joining the roster of playable input devices.
The new game Drake Hollow was also announced during the X019 showcase - check out the first trailer here. Save: £44This bundle offers insanely good value for money, throwing together a brand new 1TB Xbox One S, and a digital download of platform exclusive title Gears of War 5. We wouldn't be surprised if the show gets a mention during X019, should the game be announced for Game Pass today.
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The Last Stop, being published by Annapurna Interactive and developed by Variable State, also debuted with a trailer at Inside Xbox.