The upcoming Xbox Games Showcase, which is scheduled for July 23, 2020, will be streamed in 1080p / 60 FPS, Microsoft confirmed. The full video will also be available in 4K immediately after the show.
Yesterday, Xbox's Phil Spencer and Aaron Greenberg revealed new details about Xbox's plans for Xbox Games Showcase, which finally goes live on Thursday, July 23 at 9 AM PT/ 6:00 PM CET.
During the event, Xbox will be giving us a closer look at the world premieres and updated looks at some of the games they have already revealed. That includes the first-ever look at campaign gameplay from Halo Infinite.
Players will be happy to hear that the event will be streamed at 60 FPS, which suggests many of these yet unrevealed games could support 60 FPS on the Xbox Series X. As you may know, Sony's big PlayStation 5 event was running in 30 FPS, so Xbox will at least take the win for the technical side of things.
The event will be streamed in 1080p but Xbox confirmed that a 4K/60 FPS version of the show will be available immediately after. Here is where you can watch the Xbox Games Showcase:
- YouTube.com/Xbox (1080p/60 FPS livestream and 4K/60 FPS VoD immediately after)
Also, on the Xbox YouTube channel, there will be live language support which will include Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Castilian Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, French, German, Italian, Polish, Mandarin Chinese, Russian, and Arabic translations.
If you can't wait to see what Xbox have been cooking in the last few years, mark your calendars to July 23, 2020, for the most important Xbox event in the history of the console.