Amidst multiple rumours of a May reveal event, conveniently enough.
Microsoft have been pretty proactive in recent months when it comes to sharing new information on the upcoming Xbox Series X (certainly more proactive than the competition), and it’s looking likelier by the day that even more new details will be coming soon.
Recently, Jason Ronald of Microsoft – head of program management at team Xbox – took to Twitter, and in an otherwise standard update about an “exciting” week at Xbox, dropped some interesting teases about “significant milestones, cool demos, and a few surprises.” That’s a pretty big tease as it is, but given the context of recent developments, it becomes even more so.
Those recent developments are, of course, multiple reports over the last few days that have said that May will see Microsoft hosting a full reveal event for their next-gen console, with another report stating that it will also feature new game reveals (something Xbox boss Phil Spencer himself has suggested as well).
Meanwhile, a recent trademark filing may have lifted the lid on what the Xbox Series X’s official logo will be- check it out through here.
Great end to an exciting week. Many significant milestones, cool demos and a few surprises too. 👀
Team continuing to work hard and deliver despite the challenging circumstances. Proud to be part of #TeamXbox.
— Jason Ronald (@jronald) April 25, 2020