PlayStation 5 and Xbox Two Might Be Coming With Next-Generation Games – Everything You Must Know
The recent Electronic Entertainment Expo 2018 (E3 2018) event seems to end the many speculations on what was in store for the upcoming video games. The event also marks the start of the next generation of consoles. Here are the concrete details that serve as references to the next consoles PlayStation 5 and Xbox Two.
According to reports, the Xbox Two might be codenamed as Scarlett. The tech company Microsoft is currently working on the Xbox One successor. The device is speculated to take the form of multiple devices. The release date will likely be in 2020. If this will happen, the device will be only three years difference after the mid-generation Xbox One X, which was launched last November.
The extended demos of Rage 2 and Fallout 76 were shown. Both games are expected to be available in less than a year and are speculated to be both next-gen games. After the demos, Fallout 4 director Todd Howard completed the show and made important announcements for The Elder Scrolls 6 and the Starfield. The Starfield is the long-rumored third open-world pillar for Bethesda. It might be the next-generation even if the game is the first wholly original franchise for 25 years. Then, the game after that will be The Elder Scrolls 6.
At the E3, the Cyberpunk 2077 demo from CD Projekt took 45 minutes and felt truly like a next-generation game. It is speculated also to be a cross-generation game since this is not the first time something similar to this occurred. Watch Dogs was unveiled at the E3 2012 and became the best version of the game released on both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Come to think of it, both consoles were not yet revealed at that time.
Traditionally, Core Halo games are introduced every three years. Back in 2015, Halo 5: Guardians was the most recent game that came out. The E3 event excitingly revealed the first look at Halo Infinite alongside the brand new Slipspace Engine but will not be seen in 2018 making it unsure when these will be ushered in the next-gen consoles.
So, what do you think about the possible references for the next-gen consoles PlayStation 5 and Xbox Two? Share your thoughts and ideas by jotting down in the comment section below.