Check out Xbox's X018 livestream: Crackdown 3, Devil May Cry 5, PUBG, and more that are expected to be released

Check out Xbox's X018 livestream: Crackdown 3, Devil May Cry 5, PUBG, and more that are expected to be released

Microsoft's X018 event will begin today, November 10, at 13:00 CET / 4:00 pm ET / 9:00 am GMT / 8:00 pm November 11th AEDT. It's held in Mexico City, but those who can not attend the event can see from the magic of video streaming what the company has planned for Xbox One and PC here. The opening Inside Xbox stream will also be hosted on YouTube (below), Twitch and Mixer and is expected to take about two hours.

Although we do not know exactly what is displayed, the platform holder is gave us some tricks, which awaits us. First up a tweet It has been confirmed that there will be "big news" on PlayerUnknown's battlefields, Shadow of the Tomb Raider's The Forge expansion will be released, and there will be a showcase with new updates for State of Decay 2 "on upcoming titles.

As you can see from the YouTube preview image above, X018 will probably provide more information about Crackdown 3, Devil May Cry 5, Kingdom Hearts 3, Sea of ​​Thieves, Minecraft, Just Cause 4 and id @ Xbox. In addition, the Xbox Game Pass service will undoubtedly get some time in the limelight. With this service, subscribers can access a library of Xbox 360 and Xbox One games that they can download and play for free while they are members.

Microsoft has announced plans to expand the Game Pass to PC. CEO Satya Nadella reportedly mentioned this during a profit call and said it would help boost the strength of the Xbox brand. A timeframe of when the Game Pass will be on the PC has not yet been confirmed.

X018 is a "global celebration of all things Xbox" and the latest in an aggressive marketing campaign that Microsoft has undertaken this year. Recently, Xbox All Access introduced a new payment plan for Xbox consoles, offering up-to-date hardware at affordable prices. It has also recently revealed more The streaming plans confirm that the xCloud project is scheduled for 2019.

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