Xbox Showcase 2024 Officially Coming June 9

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Will Be Followed By Special Call of Duty Direct!

Story Highlights
  • Xbox’s future lineup looks really promising, and fans are heavily anticipating the titles.
  • In order to reveal more about these titles, Microsoft has announced the return of the Xbox Games Showcase on June 9.
  • The showcase will be followed by an Unknown Direct, expected to unveil more about Call of Duty.

Xbox has been working on numerous games that have garnered widespread attention. These games have generated significant buzz, and as they progress through development, fans are becoming increasingly excited.

With anticipation mounting for these games, many are eagerly awaiting further updates on titles such as Avowed, Indiana Jones, and more. Well, fans will be pleased to know that Microsoft has just announced the return of the Xbox Games Showcase on June 9th.

Why it matters: The showcase will present a new look at unannounced games, in-progress titles, and more.

Xbox Showcase
Xbox Showcase Coming June 9

The event will be followed by an Unknown Direct, ensuring plenty of exciting reveals and updates for gamers to look forward to. The Xbox Games Showcase is scheduled to go live starting at 10 am PT.

Viewers can catch the live stream on platforms like YouTube, Twitch, and Facebook. Currently, the nature of the Unknown Direct remains uncertain. However, speculation is pointing towards a Call of Duty-related Direct.

Xbox executed a similar strategy last year with Starfield, providing in-depth information about the game. Call of Duty is said to be adopting this approach now.

We’ll be airing a special deep-dive into the next installment of a beloved franchise.

-Xbox Blog

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Call of Duty 2024 Is Expected to Launch Day One on Xbox Game Pass

Given the enduring popularity of the Call of Duty franchise and the limited information available about the upcoming title, a Direct would indeed be an ideal platform to delve deeper into what’s in store for fans with the next installment of the series.

However, at this point, these are merely speculations, and we’ll have to wait to learn about the content of the Direct.

Nonetheless, excitement is palpable for both the Showcase and the Direct, as we are eagerly anticipating updates on the progress of upcoming titles within the first-party portfolio.

Xbox’s current lineup appears promising, signaling a return to form with the development of compelling exclusives. However, with the ability to compete head-to-head with industry giants like Sony and Nintendo, the gaming giant seems to have chosen the worst possible time to go multiplatform.

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