Xbox Games Showcase to come June

Next Xbox Game Showcase Date Confirmed for June 2023

Along with the Starfield release date that was just announced by Xbox, the date of a general Xbox Game Showcase has also been revealed. It’s scheduled for June 2023.

Xbox Game Showcase confirmed for June 11

A tweet posted by the official Xbox Twitter account confirmed the previously unknown news that an Xbox Games Showcase will be taking place in June after the last showcase took place in January. That showcase showed off games such as Redfall, Forza Motorsport, Minecraft Legends, and The Elder Scrolls Online and announced Hi-Fi Rush while stealth-dropping the title.

This comes after Xbox announced both a release date for Starfield and a special showcase for that game to air on the same day, immediately after the main show itself, which suggests Starfield itself won’t be part of that show. That enormous game needs its own stage, it seems!

It’s not yet clear what games will be featured during the next Xbox Game Showcase. Fans will likely learn more about the line-up as the date gets closer.

In other gaming news, Stalker 2 will be shown off at GDC 2023, and we take a look at the easiest way to get hold of a beta key for The Finals.

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