Xbox Showcase unveils Black Ops 6, E-Day, Doom, Fable & more

Most significant theme of Showcase display was the day-and-date availability of new games on Game Pass
An undated image of Xbox 360 Games. — Xbox
An undated image of Xbox 360 Games. — Xbox

Xbox Games Showcase started on Sunday with the disclosure of the release schedule of “Call of Duty: Black Ops 6″ on Oct 25, which will be available on Day 1 through the service’s paid Xbox Game Pass subscription.

The first gameplay video from the new “Call of Duty” game was released by Xbox chief Phil Spencer during the event that kicked off at the David Geffen Theater in Los Angeles.

Moreover, revelations made during the presentation include “Gears of War: E-Day”, “Doom” prequel “Doom: The Dark Ages, and a reboot of the “Fable” franchise, out of which the letter two slated to debut in 2025.

At the victory of Amazon Prime Video’s “Fallout” TV series, it unveiled a new boost of an upgrade for Bethesda Studios’ “Fallout 76,” on June 12, titled “Skyline Valley.”

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In addition, a news circulated of Xbox Games Showcase 2024 added updates “Avowed,” “State of Decay 3,” EA and Bioware’s “Dragon Age: The Veilguard,” “Diablo IV: Vessel of Hatred,” “Starfield: Shattered Space,” “South of Midnight,” “Atomfall,” “World of Warcraft: The War Within,” Konami’s “Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater” remake, “Winter Burrow,” “Microsoft Flight Simulator 2024,” extended footage from “Indiana Jones and the Great Circle” and other new games along with official launch dates.

A significant theme through the Showcase display was the day-and-date availability of these new games on Game Pass, designating a high push for Microsoft Gaming to enhance its subscription service by not letting users wait for a new game on its paid subscription catalogue.

Moreover, Xbox president Sarah Bond during the two-hour show disclosed digital versions of the Xbox Series X and S, that will be released in coming holiday season. The company is also reportedly developing its “next generation” of consoles.