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Xbox Games Showcase Coming June 11

Microsoft has confirmed that its next big “Showcase” event will be coming on June 11, giving some hope to Forza Motorsport fans that more news of the next instalment in the series may be on the way soon.

Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase 2022 Preview

Microsoft is set to show off new titles in a special Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase on June 12, potentially including more information on the Forza Motorsport reboot and the first expansion pack for Forza Horizon 5.

Forza Motorsport 7 to Feature in 2020 Special Olympics USA Games Event

The potential for virtual racing esports to feature in marquee sporting celebrations is something that has been the subject of substantial attention in recent years. It’s a subject that the International Olympic Committee has discussed, and Japan’s National Sporting Festival now includes Gran Turismo Sport as one of its events annually.

Xbox Deals Unlocked Sale Offers Up to 85% Off Forza, DiRT, F1 and More

With E3 2019 well and truly in the swing of things, we’ve been so focused on the games (or expansions) that are coming, we almost missed the great deals on ones that are already with us. The latest Xbox sale celebrates the biggest gaming expo of the year with huge price cuts on practically all the major driving titles on the platform.

Forza Motorsport 7 Tipped To Reveal This Week, Running in 4K on Project Scorpio

Microsoft’s uber-spec Xbox One console has become something of a hot topic as of late. Last we discussed Project Scorpio the focus was on its 4K/60 FPS game DVR and streaming capabilities, and adopting an internal power supply. As we draw closer to an imminent reveal news continues to surface, this time focusing on which games will properly display what Scorpio is capable of.

Project Scorpio Will Have an Internal PSU and 4K/60 FPS Game Recording

Microsoft’s souped-up Xbox One was last discussed at the beginning of the year, with a focus on the machine’s 4K capabilities. The Redmond software giant is likely to remain tight-lipped on the upcoming refresh until this year’s E3, but in the mean time some interesting news has surfaced that not only further confirms the machine’s 4K capabilities, but a revised design choice that’s sure to please many.