Xbox Series X Game Reveals Won’t Take Too Long, Phil Spencer Confirms

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After an intense week for Xbox fans, and with the announcement of the award-winning Red Dead Redemption 2 coming to the Xbox Game Pass in May of this year and the presentation of an official logo for the Xbox Series X, Phil Spencer, head of the Xbox division from Microsoft, is going to bring more news very soon, this time delivering everything that players want most: Xbox Series X Game Reveals.

The revelation was made on his own Twitter account during today, when, after being asked by a game analyst about the next news that will be released and about the progress of the console launch, Spencer gave a much more direct answer about the planning for the coming months.

“Reviewed plans yesterday for continued sharing through launch. Team is doing great work and adapting. I’ve never been more excited about Xbox plans. We’ve heard you, you want transparency/authenticity. We plan to keep showing that way, next step is not too much of a wait (games),” Phil Spencer said.

With many rumors emerging about the Xbox Series X lately, such as the delay of events caused by the cancellation of major annual celebrations to the detriment of the coronavirus and the existence of a supposed digital event scheduled for May this year, everything indicates that the news about the next-gen console of Microsoft will get hotter and hotter.

Phil Spencer’s words are fully in line with what an insider recently said, commenting that it won’t be long before we see the first Xbox Series X games. Although, coming from Spencer himself, the statement has much more credibility. We will see if Microsoft offers us an event or presentation this May to show the titles of its console, not only Hellblade II, which already showed a spectacular trailer in December, but also the long-awaited titles such as the Playground Games’ new Fable.

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