According to a famous leaker, Xbox could be revealing some new exciting game at this year’s 2021 E3 next month.
The leaker, known as Klobrille, is most notoriously known for leaking Xbox-related information in advance of the official announcements. The leak, which was posted on the Xbox forums yesterday, claims that there are plans to have five (5) brand new, AAA Xbox games showcasing at E3 this year. However, Klobrille added that things are “still fluctuating” and changes can be made between now and then.
According to the post made by Klobrille, these five potentially new and exciting announcements include games relating to both the Xbox Game Pass and Bethesda Game Studios.
As to what these five new games could be, there still hasn’t been any definite answer. Klobrille did not name any particular games in his post. However, he did give mention the games being related to Bethesda games so it is likely that we could be seeing some brand new games from either Bethesda Game studios or a studio owned by Bethesda such as Arkane, MachineGames, Id software, and Tango Gameworks.
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3 Big Updates Rumored To Happen In E3 2021
1. Final Fantasy XVI may come to XBOX Game Pass
Arguably one of the best game series, the latest installment of the Final Fantasy series is rumored to be underway for a big reveal. But that’s not the biggest catch, as fans learn that Final Fantasy XVI could be coming to PC!
2. Bethesda showcasing Starfield gameplay and confirming XBOX exclusivity
The recent collaboration with Bethesda and Xbox allowed Xbox Game Pass to include some of the best games such as Doom, Elder Scroll series, and Fallout. A big a rumored huge announcement that Xbox and Bethesda are going to make at this year’s 2021 E3 event that fans are just dying to find out. While there are many speculations as to what it could be, we can only wait to find out what it is as E3 draws closer.
3) Cyberpunk 2.0
Since the initial announcement of Cyberpunk 2077 in 2012, fans of CD Projekt Red waited with great anticipation and high hopes. And after numerous delays and set back, the game finally released last year in 2020.
Despite the grand release and hype buildup, the game fell just a bit short of expectations. It received numerous complaints and criticism due to its game mechanics and countless bugs that interfered with the gaming experience.
While the game has had some major setbacks, the developers have consistently been working on the game to provide fixes and hopefully move on. While many fans were left disappointed with the first release. CDPR’s best bet to turn things around is to announce a massive overhaul of their IP by announcing Cyberpunk 2.0 through this year’s E3. Fingers crossed.
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