Microsoft has quietly removed the Xbox monthly 20/20 event in its lineup, but the company still plans to release news regularly.
A note fromThe publisher was added to an Xbox News post from May announcing the Xbox 20/20 event. reads: "Xbox has a huge year ahead of us, as shown below. After re-evaluating our lineup for the rest of the year, we decided to stop using the wording 'Xbox 20/20 ' as it implied that we would release information only one way. , as part of a dedicated monthly program. We have so much more to share with news on Xbox Series X, new games like Halo Infinite, and cloud gaming through Xbox Game Pass. We are going to share this news in different ways. Sometimes this could be a dedicated show, YouTube videos, partnering with other people, or sharing the latest through Xbox Wire. We want to be flexible in the way we communicate with you. "
The Xbox 20/20 has been billed as "monthly moments " that would run throughout 2020 to "interact, connect and celebrate with you what's in store for the next generation of kids. " Each month was meant to be something different. There was no Xbox 20/20 from June, and the July showcase that gave us * that * Halo Infinite preview has been billed as Xbox Showcase Games - so this is probably just an example of verzealous and convoluted branding.
We'll always get our fair share of Halo Infinite and Xbox Series X , but Xbox 20/20 monthly events seem like a thing of the past. It's unclear if Microsoft will be sharing any news with partners like Geoff Keighley's Summer Games Fest, on their social media accounts, or elsewhere, but we'll be keeping an attentive ear to make sure we hear from you as soon as possible.
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