The tech giant has also revealed certain key details about what to expect from the event
Various reports suggest that the Xbox is gearing up for a showcase event. Following this, Microsoft has revealed the event's time and date. In a blog post made on Xbox Wire, it was revealed that the virtual stream would air on the 29th of this month at 5 a.m. PST. The tech giant has also revealed certain key details about what to expect from the event. The blog stated that it is an undeniable fact that games bring people closer, and players are now invited to celebrate the community of gaming and joy with the company. Just like the previous year, this show is expected to be curated only for players in Japan and Asia.
Only updates related to the local community will be revealed in the event, and no new global debuts can be anticipated from the company. Updates regarding the previously announced games that are relevant regionally will be given, and no world premiere will be heard during the event. This doesn't mean that the event won't feature premieres. In last year's event, there were several gameplays for Monster Hunter Rise, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, and much more. The full schedule for the event is available on the official site.