Xbox – The conference should take place at the end of the month, without Starfield. But…

In his own galaxy?

Obviously, 2023 is a pivotal year for Microsoft and its Xbox Series X and S. Because after the Redmond-based firm managed to re-assert itself as more than a serious player in the market thanks to its Xbox Game Pass strategy, the Redmond-based firm has a lot on his plate when it comes to highlighting the second part of his strategy: exclusive production.

Recall that for several years Microsoft has been investing in many studios working on a production that should compact its exclusive catalog. A catalog that has been shared with the PC world but is struggling to make itself known even today due to some delays.

Yesterday we talked about Redfall, which ends up being very different from the first sensations it caused. And sometimes we also talked about Starfield and the planned event to imagine what we can expect from Microsoft at the beginning of the year. This is how we get into rumor territory.

As a result, as stated on the Windows Central websiteMicrosoft is due to hold a conference at the end of January to highlight 2023 video games in their company. And if the information is correct, it should take place on January 25 at 9 pm (French time).

This event, which should be different from shows like those that appeared during the flagship periods, will be more intimate and will focus on a series of games including Redfall, Forza Motorsport, Minecraft Legends and titles from ZeniMax Online Studios.

However, in all likelihood, Starfield will not be participating in the event. But before viewing it as a disaster, the rumors point to the fact that despite the presence of Bethesda games, Microsoft would like to isolate its blockbuster in order to make it more visible in marketing later.

For his part, Aaron Greenberg, Head of Marketing Xbox, teased that the week could be interesting. So let’s listen to the rumors, listen to Greenberg, and see what happens. Hope it’s really interesting…

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