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In an Xbox Wire post talking about the showcase, Xbox notes: “The event will offer deeper dives into what you saw from Avowed, Towerborne, Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II, The Elder Scrolls Online: Necrom, and Microsoft Flight Simulator: Dune Expansion, as well as games from our creative partners that we didn’t show you today.”
The use of the term ‘creative partners’ suggests that the Extended showcase will likely show new third-party titles that didn’t feature in the main show.
“We’ll have in-depth interviews, behind-the-scenes features, gameplay walkthroughs with brand new footage, and more,” Xbox Wire also said.
“And you may even see some very special guests show up, perhaps even one celebrity.”
Today’s Xbox Games Showcase ran for just over an hour and featured a large number of game reveals, as well as updates on already announced titles. The highlights from the event can be seen below:
- Starfield Direct shows off almost an hour of Starfield gameplay
- The Starfield Constellation Explorer’s Watch has been officially confirmed
- Xbox reveals Clockwork Revolution, a steampunk first-person RPG from InXile
- Sea of Thieves is getting a three-part Monkey Island expansion which can be played solo
- Xbox is releasing a black Series S with 1TB of storage
- Cities Skylines 2 gets an October release date
- Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty gets a September release date
- Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth has been revealed ahead of a 2024 release
- The next Microsoft Flight Simulator will focus on ‘career aviation’
- Forza Motorsport’s release date has been confirmed
- Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II will release in 2024
- Obsidian’s RPG Avowed is coming in 2024
- Payday 3’s release date has been confirmed
- Persona 3 Reload has been officially announced
- Ubisoft reveals open-world Star Wars Outlaws ahead of 2024 release
- South of Midnight from Compulsion Games has been announced
- Xbox has released a new trailer for Fable, starring a giant Richard Ayoade