Looks aren't everything but these games do a great job convincing us otherwise.
It's not just the single player that's getting delayed.
Sony drops out, but Microsoft will still be at the conference.
And the possible specs for a variant that will cost below $599.
2020's going to be a packed year.
Booty says no one should feel left out.
Supposedly, it's "not even called Ragnarok."
The new title is apparently "next gen primarily" and will surprise fans according to an insider.
"We’ve already started communicating with the platforms about new hardware," says Warface franchise lead Ivan Pabiarzhyn, of publishers My.Games.
Matt Booty is more focused on delivering on promises.
However, the developers remain focused on the game's looming April launch on current gen consoles for now.
"We need to make sure that we hold the bar high on quality," says Xbox Game Studios boss Matt Booty.
Microsoft continues to blur the line between generations.
Also allegedly features co-op support, deeper RPG mechanics, improved combat, and more.
"There’s still lots of room for improvement, but that will have to come from a design standpoint rather than just pure horsepower," says Víctor Pedreño of Grimorio of Games.
So we're looking at a PlayStation 7 release for this, then?
Knights of the... High Republic?
Xbox Game Studios head Matt Booty wants to ensure a "good investment" for current consumers.
The number of awesome single-player titles coming up is simply staggering.
Will the teases ever end?