Microsoft announces a new line of Xbox games like Starfield, Forza Motorsport, Diablo 4 and Redfall

Microsoft has announced a massive lineup of new games for Xbox enthusiasts over the next 12 months, which includes highly anticipated titles like Starfield, Forza Motorsport, Diablo 4, and Redfall.

Upcoming franchises also feature unique titles like Pentiment, High on Life, and Ravenlok.

With Xbox, you have more ways to play these games than ever before on console, PC, or on the go,” the company said at the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase event on Sunday.

“Industry-defining racing games, compelling storytelling, compelling strategy titles, and the most anticipated open-world RPG of the past 20 years, there’s something for everyone,” the company added.

Those looking to experience games built natively for their Xbox Series X|S consoles and high-end PCs can look forward to Redfall, Starfield, and Forza Motorsport.

“Get started with the new Game Pass contract which gives you 3 months for just $1,” the company said.

Microsoft also announced a partnership between Xbox Game Studios and Kojima Productions to create a video game for Xbox “like no one has ever known or seen before harnessing the power of the cloud.”

Bethesda Games Studios has unveiled the first gameplay preview of Starfield coming exclusively to Xbox Series X|S and PC in 2023.

Game director Todd Howard gave fans a tour of this next-gen role-playing game set among the stars.

Starfield will let you create any character you want and explore with unparalleled freedom as you embark on an epic journey to solve humanity’s greatest mystery.

At the event, Mojang Studios unveiled Minecraft Legends, an all-new action-strategy game developed in partnership with Blackbird Interactive, launching in 2023.

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