Microsoft and Sony have been drip-feeding the fans details on their next-gen offerings but the former will soon be ready to showcase games, according to Xbox boss Phil Spencer.
One of Spencer's followers on Twitter enquired about Microsoft's plans in regards to revealing more details and games for Xbox Series X, to which Spencer replied with some welcome news indeed.
"Reviewed plans yesterday for continued sharing through launch. Team is doing great work and adapting. I've never been more excited about Xbox plans. We've heard you, you want transparency/authenticity. We plan to keep showing that way, Next step is not too much of a wait (games)", he replied.
Unlike in the years before, though, Microsoft should have plenty to show when it comes to new games. Traditionally, Sony were well ahead of them when it comes to in-house games, but the green team had quite the shopping spree these years, rounding up a number of reputable game studios under the Xbox Game Studios umbrella.
Of course, we expect to see more for Xbox Series X than just in-house games, and we're anxious to see what studios came up with on Microsoft's console. Considering the power it packs under the hood, we should see a few visually impressive feats already in the presentation phase.
Spencer didn't mention when we get to learn the price of Xbox Series X consoles, which is arguably the key piece of the PS5 vs. Xbox Series X battle, but both companies are holding their cards close to the chest.
Rumour has it that Microsoft has been developing a cheaper version of Xbox Series X codenamed Lockhart , which should give players a cheaper way onto the platform.