Here's All the Developers Pledging Support for Xbox Series X

Here's All the Developers Pledging Support for Xbox Series X

There's a hell of a lot of them.

A lot of developers are pledging support for Xbox Series X. A brief snippet during Microsoft's Xbox Series X games showcase earlier today showed a list of developers that are currently working on games for the next-gen console.

You can take a look at the screenshot that was displayed during the Xbox showcase earlier today. There's a lot of developers on the list, that's for sure, and it's incredibly reassuring for potential Xbox Series X owners to know that there are this many studios beavering away on games for the console.

The full list of developers. | Microsoft

It's generally one massive list, drawing together studios from all across in the industry in different continents across the world. There's the likes of prestigious developers like FromSoftware, CD Projekt, Capcom, and Bethesda on there, down to indie studios like Asobo, Finji, and plenty of others.

There was plenty going on in Microsoft's debut showcase for the Xbox Series X. General Manager for Xbox Games Marketing Aaron Greenberg started out with stating that yes, Halo Infinite gameplay will be shown for the first time in July. We'll have to wait until then for first-party studios like Ninja Theory to show off their games.

This showcase was dedicated to third-party games for the Xbox Series X. To that end, we got a look at Assassin's Creed Valhalla's gameplay, Yakuza 7: Like a Dragon coming to Xbox Series X and supporting Smart Delivery, and many more announcements, including two pretty horrific-looking games: Scorn and The Medium.

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