Xbox fans are quite worried if their upcoming favorite Halo Infinite along Xbox Series X will release in Holiday 2020.
Microsoft has talked multiple times that their upcoming Console will release on time, despite the COVID-19. However, no proper assurances in any statements were given. Today, Jarret West, CVP of gaming marketing talked gave those assurances.
“Our goal remains to launch Xbox Series X and Halo Infinite this Holiday,” West writes. At the beginning of the post, West discusses how the company is moving into the next generation with the Series X and also addressed the impact of COVID-19.”
According to Jarret West, they look forward to releasing Xbox Series X and Halo Infinite this Holiday. Along with that, 15 Xbox Game Studios are already working for upcoming next-generation games supported by Xbox Series X and Xbox Game Pass.
Furthermore, Jarret mentioned that Xbox Game Pass for PC will also get all the latest games on the same release dates as Xbox.
Xbox Game Pass titles set to release on same dates
The upcoming games include Halo Infinite, Wasteland 3, Minecraft Dungeons, and the highly anticipated Microsoft Flight Simulator. He also spoke on the behalf of Microsoft team saying that the Coronavirus is a test for their priorities.
“Difficult tests tend to reveal your true priorities, and for us they are the health and safety of our employees, our fans and partners. We also want to be transparent in letting our players know what we are doing and what we are thinking during such a crucial time.”
Lastly, they wrote that many development teams around the world are trying their best to have their games ready for Xbox Series X this holiday. Along with that, he confirmed that Ubisoft’s latest title, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will also be available this month when we look deeper into Xbox Gameplays.