Every game announced at the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase

Check out everything that's coming to the Game Pass in the next 12 months.

E3 2022 might have been canceled, but several companies have stepped up to the plate to give audiences their fill of gaming news. Arguably the best of them all was Microsoft, which recently saw its second-ever Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase come to an end.

Microsoft made sure that E3 wouldn't be missed this year with its event.

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For a little over and hour and a half (95 minutes, to be precise), Microsoft showcased more than 30 games that are coming to the Xbox consoles and/or the PC as well as the Game Pass in the next 12 months. The best part here is that Microsoft actually used in-game footage for all the games, resulting in a breathtaking showcase that might have left you panting trying to keep up with everything that was announced.

Redfall and Starfield, which were delayed to 2023, might have bookended the non-E3 event, but several other games were part of the showcase as well.

It was nice seeing Microsoft spread the spotlight to lesser-known titles.

Here is a complete list of everything announced at the Xbox Bethesda Games Showcase, as well as their release dates or windows:

Ark 2 will feature none other than Vin Diesel.

Hands down, the biggest surprise from the recent showcase has to be the arrival of Persona 3 Portable, Persona 4 Golden Abyss, and Persona 5 Royal, on Xbox consoles and the PC. But, all things considered, everything that we saw at the Microsoft event sets the stage for a bountiful release slate for at least the next twelve months. It might be a shame that Diablo 4 and Starfield are not set to come out anytime soon. However, with all that was announced for a launch in between now and then, Game Pass holders have a smorgasbord of content at their disposal.

Ray Ampoloquio
Ray is a lifelong gamer with a nose for keeping up with the latest news in and out of the gaming industry. When he's not reading, writing, editing, and playing video games, he builds and repairs computers in his spare time. You can find Ray on Twitter.
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