Some Xbox titles are closer than others.
Although 2022 could be classified as disastrous for Microsoft due to the lack of its own launches for most of the year, the truth is that 2023 has started on a very good footingsince after the enormous success of Hi-Fi Rush and the future launch of Starfield, which will have its own event, the American company will supply the users of its consoles with a good number of games, thereby giving rise to we can already see the first names that will come to stores after Starfield.
Under this same premise, and also having the decision of the European Commission regarding the purchase of Activision Blizzard as the central axis of the brand, it should be noted that Phil Spencer has stated that there will be GoldenEye type ads before the Xbox Games Showcase in June, thereby giving rise to the fact that we are going to have titles after the release of Starfield.
Hellblade 2 and Avowed would be released before Fable, Perfect Dark and Everwild
Under this same premise, the chief editor of VGC, Andy Robinson, has not missed the opportunity to speak on the podcast of this medium to point out that The next Xbox games after Starfield it would be Senua’s Sacrifice: Hellblade 2 and probably Avowed, adding that other titles announced for the console such as Fable, Perfect Dark and Everwild are still a long way from launch.
Regarding this, Jordan Miller, also a VGC journalist, wanted to delve into the matter of Fable and Playground Gamespointing out that, from what he spoke at the time, the project had a very bad management, which could justify and explain the reason why to this day we still have no news regarding Fable beyond the LinkedIn profile of a developer which indicated that the title was already playable.
Be that as it may, we will have to see how Xbox titles arrive in the future, since what seems most evident today is that Starfield is the big star that will mark the path of Microsoft video games in 2023. Regarding this, it must be said that the rumors are very varied, but everything indicates that it could arrive in June of this year, thus coinciding with the declaration that it would be in the first half of 2023.