Microsoft plans to show Xbox Series X games on May 7

Xbox Series X gameplay demo show will be stream on Inside Xbox on May 7 at 11am.

Xbox Series X May 7 Inside Xbox show
Xbox Series X May 7 Inside Xbox show

Microsoft is gearing up to demo some Xbox Series X games during a special Inside Xbox episode on May 7 to show off the capability of the new console and features.

The show will feature gameplay of next generation games designed for Series X from global developer partners. However, it’s expected that games from the Xbox Game Studios will be demoed in the future, which is more likely be in June, since it’s the time when the E3 event was supposed to happen.

The first look at Xbox Series X gameplay will premier on Inside Xbox on May 7 at 11am Eastern Time (8am Pacific Time). You’ll be able to watch the show on YouTube, Mixer, Twitch, Twitter, and Facebook.

Actually, this is the first of many other events planned for the calendar 2020. Since E3 isn’t going to happen this year, Microsoft has announced that it’ll be hosting monthly Inside Xbox shows, known as Xbox 20/2 to showcase the Xbox Series X console and games.

In addition, the software maker has confirmed that the Series X console still on schedule for the 2020 release. Furthermore, games like Microsoft Flight Simulator, Halo Infinite, Minecraft Dungeons, and Wasteland 3 will be available through the Xbox Game Pass as soon as the console becomes available.

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