This year, like the previous one, would please every gamer in the world with lots of new and exciting games, and, recently, Microsoft via the popularly-known Xbox Studios (Microsoft Studios) teased some of the upcoming 2019 games and “new Microsoft technologies.” In short, the renowned tech company revealed some of the most sought-after titles in its portfolio, which would come out this year.
According to an Xbox Studio blog post, games like Crackdown 3, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, Gears 5, and Minecraft: Dungeons would roll out in 2019 for Xbox One and Windows PCs. Noteworthy, all these game would be included for every member of the Xbox Game Pass program.
According to Microsoft, “2019 is shaping up nicely for Xbox, PC, and mobile gamers alike.” Besides, the company would also release a new game mode for the famous Sea of Thieves in 2019, the so-called The Arena mode which might be a battle royale approach.
Xbox Studios Teased Upcoming 2019 Games and “New Microsoft Technologies”
“And we can’t wait to show you what all the Microsoft Studios development teams are working on. We’re focused on implementing new Microsoft technologies, delivering content for new platforms and services like Xbox Game Pass, and creating exclusive games that turn players into loyal Xbox fans,” explained Xbox Studios of Microsoft.
“We are committed to expanding the Microsoft Studios franchises players already love and investing in new, exclusive content for every type of gamer. We’re excited to see the teams maximize their potential at Microsoft and can’t wait for what the future has in store,” it added in the recent blog post.
As for the “new Microsoft technologies,” it seems that the giant tech company is working on a game-streaming service that would, at first, allow the gamers to play console-level Halo on their smartphones. Besides, Microsoft is also working on a Halo TV show and a Gears of War movie, as well as on new Xbox One updated consoles for 2019.
Jackson Bey was born and raised in Lethbridge Alberta but moved east when he was 22. Apart from running his own consulting firm. Jackson spends his time canoeing the many lakes of Ontario. As a financial journalist Jackson has published stories for CBC Business Online, as well as Buzz Feed and Motherboard. As a contributor to Billionaire 365, Jackson mostly covers markets and trade.