- Game fanatics to expect a livestream for updates.
- Xbox games are yet to be revealed.
- Various updates have been on the horizon.
The Tokyo Game Show Conference for 2021 is soon approaching and Xbox has revealed some of its plans. One major thing to expect is a livestream that will let users into the planned updates coming to Xbox games. Gamescom already delivered exclusive updates in their event a few weeks back so users are in high spirits for this one.
A few days ago, users were treated to the good news that they could stream via their game consoles on Xbox. New updates are therefore much welcome in this scenario.
Game developers’ conference
The event will be a four-day conference that will be held in Japan. It will be both virtual and in-person. Some of gaming’s finest developers such as Square Enix, Capcom, Konami, Ubisoft, and more will be in attendance.
The Asian players seem to be the main target of the event as the presentation suggests. In last year’s appearance, Xbox had minimal updates where the event’s main focus was on Minecraft, Microsoft Flight Simulator, and Resident Evil Village.
Fans from other countries should not put their hopes up as the presentation may likely be aimed for other regions.
Games to receive updates
Capcom’s Pragmata was showcased in last year’s event but missing from the E3. Users have received reports that the game is coming to PS5 but there is a high likelihood that this could be the time to take the center stage.
These are however mere speculations as Capcom is yet to make any announcements. We can only wait to see which games will make their way to the Xbox showcase.
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