First things first, let’s talk about the timing. The Xbox Games Showcase will kick off at 10 am Pacific time, 1 pm Eastern time, and 6 pm UK time on Sunday, June 11. And right after the Xbox Games Showcase concludes, the Starfield Direct will begin, where Bethesda Game Studios will also offer an in-depth look into their highly anticipated game, Starfield.
The Xbox Games Showcase will be streamed live on various official Xbox and Bethesda channels. You can catch the excitement on platforms like YouTube, Twitch, and Facebook. It has been confirmed that the event will be streamed in stunning 4K at 60 FPS (sweet spot for the best gaming/viewing experience) on YouTube, while the other channels will stream in 1080p at 60 FPS.
Not only will the video quality of the showcase be brilliant, but the show will also be available with subtitle support in a plethora of languages, including Albanian, Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and many more.
Furthermore, they will be providing versions of the show with audio descriptions in English on the Xbox YouTube channel, American Sign Language (ASL) on the Xbox YouTube channel and the XboxASL Twitch channel, and British Sign Language (BSL) on Xbox’s YouTube channel.
And that’s not all! Xbox Games Showcase Extended will air on Tuesday, June 13. Starting at 10 am Pacific time, the show will feature in-depth interviews focusing on the news from the Xbox Games Showcase and game updates from their partners. Although the broadcast’s language support will be limited to English, German, French, Brazilian Portuguese, and Latin American Spanish, Xbox plans to add more languages in the days that follow.
Xbox FanFest events are making a return this year. You can sign up for virtual and in-person FanFest events in Los Angeles, Mexico City, São Paulo, Melbourne, and Warsaw. Plus, Xbox has partnered with Fathom Events to bring the Xbox Games Showcase & Starfield Direct to select theaters in the U.S. on June 11. For those who can’t make it to a theater, there will also be a virtual watch party.
The excitement is building as the countdown to the Xbox Games Showcase and Starfield Direct continues. What are your thoughts about Microsoft making the Xbox Games Showcase more interactive and immersive? Are you excited to see the future of Xbox games? Let us know in the comments section below.