Microsoft are certainly exhibiting off Redfall, not Starfield, on January twenty fifth

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The rumours had been true: Microsoft will certainly be exhibiting off Arkane’s co-op zombie shooter Redfall on January twenty fifth, whereas saving Starfield for a presentation all of its personal at a later date.

All the opposite particulars had been spot on, too. The present’s known as Developer_Direct, and also will embrace a peek at new areas in The Elder Scrolls Online, together with recent footage from Forza Motorsport and Minecraft Legends.

Here’s how Redfall’s look is billed within the present’s announcment:

The minds behind Dishonored and Prey, Arkane Austin, will showcase a number of minutes of gameplay from their upcoming FPS. The Developer_Direct will reveal single and multiplayer gameplay, exhibiting extra of the way you and your mates will take down bloodthirsty Vampires on the picturesque island of Redfall, Massachusetts. Fans can anticipate to be taught extra about fight, customization, bosses, the open world, and extra.

This is not our first glimpse at gameplay, however it is going to be Redfall’s first in depth public exhibiting. Last week Arkane advised Games Radar that it will be “extra like loading into Far Cry” than Left 4 Dead, regardless of the entire 4-player co-op zombie taking pictures factor. It’s as a consequence of come out someday in early 2023, so possibly we’ll get a precise launch date, too.

Microsoft say they have a standalone present for Bethesda’s Starfield within the works, to allow them to “dedicate the correct period of time for a deep dive”.

No huge house stuff, then, however there shall be data on The Elder Scrolls Online’s upcoming “main Chapter replace”, Forza Motorsport gameplay, and a have a look at the PvP in upcoming action-strategy game Minecraft Legends.

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The present begins at 12pm PT/3pm ET/ 8pm GMT on January twenty fifth, and shall be proven on Xbox and Bethesda’s YouTube and Twitch channels.

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