The Xbox Games Showcase later this week will not embody any full CG trailers for Microsoft’s first-party video games, and can as an alternative deal with in-game footage.
Microsoft’s vp of Xbox Games Marketing, Aaron Greenberg, has confirmed that the entire first-party video games proven throughout this week’s Xbox Games Showcase will function minimal cinematics, specializing in in-game and in-engine footage — there will not be any film trailers both!
Xbox Games Showcase and Starfield Direct to deal with in-game footage
The Xbox Games Showcase and Starfield Direct reveals will provide two hours of gaming goodness on Sunday, and whereas we’re but to be taught of the video games that may function — other than Starfield, clearly — Microsoft has confirmed that it will not be centered on video games coming within the subsequent 12 months like final yr’s present.
Although a number of the video games being showcased might nonetheless be years away from launch, VP of Xbox video games advertising Aaron Greenberg has confirmed on Twitter that the trailers will all function in-game footage. “None of our first-party video games within the present are full CG trailers,” Greenberg mentioned. “Everything is both in-game footage, in-engine footage, or in-game footage with some cinematics. Each of our trailers might be labeled so it’s hopefully clear for our followers.”
A latest Twitter publish from the Xbox account had followers speculating that Fable might make an look throughout the present. What about you? What video games do you assume Microsoft may very well be giving us a have a look at this week? Drop a remark beneath and tell us!