Rumor: Almost Every Xbox Studio Has Something to Present for the June 2022 Showcase

A new rumor suggests that almost all Xbox studios submitted something for the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase event on June 12.

Microsoft will soon host a massive event featuring several noteworthy games coming to Xbox from first-party and third-party studios. The Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase will air Sunday, June 12, at 10 AM PT/12 PM CT, and players can consider it to be Xbox’s big Summer press conference of 2022.

Fans have been speculating about all the games Microsoft will present at the show ever since it was announced last week. Microsoft has several exciting games in development, including Forza Motorsport, Fable, Perfect Dark, Hellblade 2, and others. There are probably enough first-party games in development at Xbox to cover the whole show, but fans can expect to see some third-party titles. A new rumor now suggests that almost every Xbox studio made something for the event.


This rumor comes from Rand al Thor, one of the hosts of the Xbox Two Podcast, who was featured as a special guest on another podcast named PM in the PM. He mentioned that almost all Xbox studios submitted something for the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase next month, with some studios submitting multiple items. However, not everything will be a part of this showcase, as it would be fair to expect some of them to be cut from the event. Every rumor should be taken with a grain of salt, but Rand al Thor has proven to be a reliable source on several occasions.

Bethesda will likely be a big part of the show, with a considerable amount of time given to the full reveal of the highly-anticipated Starfield. Perhaps fans will also see new games from other development teams under Bethesda Softworks, such as id Software and Arkane Studios, or an early look at the upcoming Indiana Jones title from Machines Games.

Even though E3 2022 is officially canceled, June will have other major gaming events and showcases, most notably the Summer Game Fest and its Kick-Off show. The event will be hosted by Geoff Keighley, and it’s set to be filled with world premieres.

Microsoft will probably not compete with Sony for visibility this summer, as the latter has lately been focusing on having a significant event in September. As a result, the gaming audience will likely be focused solely on the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase. However, Sony hosts State of Play events throughout the year, and a rumor suggests that the upcoming God of War Ragnarok will get a full reveal later this month.

Source: Pure Xbox

Source: Gamerant

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