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The Xbox Partner Preview returns this week

The Xbox Partner Preview returns this week

Microsoft announced that the next Xbox Partner Preview will be this week on Wednesday. During the 30-minute broadcast, third-party games will be on stage “no frills.” Some specific games have already been revealed.

More details about upcoming third-party games offered by Xbox will be revealed soon, as the Xbox Partner Preview will go live on March 6 at 7:00 PM Hungarian time.

The video presentation will be 30 minutes long – we learned that Xbox wire From his last post. As promised, we can enjoy many previews, gameplay demos and behind the scenes from the developers, and more than a dozen new scenes are being prepared for us. The titles follow each other quickly, without frills, and new news about Game Pass may be revealed.

EA's Metroidvania game, Tales of Kenzera: Zau, will be a definite participant, but Capcom's Path of the Goddess will be making the move again, but we could get another look at Nexon's action RPG, The First Berserker: Khazan, which was announced in The Game Awards in December.

You can follow the event live on the official YouTube channel and Twitch, but also here, so you don't miss anything.

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