It has been a while since Metal Gear Solid Delta was revealed. Recently, Microsoft held a “Xbox Partner Preview” to showcase the upcoming Xbox games to be released. It was a rapid fire of trailers showing off Xbox games. The showcase was a livestream, and is available to view if you’re interested. But today, we’re gonna highlight all the games showcased during the livestream. The biggest showcase is Metal Gear Solid Delta…
The showcase kicked off with a DLC for Yakuza: Like a Dragon. You’re able to build items, land, houses, and other items now. In Dondoko Island, you can create “Infinite Wealth,” and no, that’s not a pun. That‘s the DLC’s name. It is being released on January 26, 2023…
Being funded and published by Thunderful Games, IKARO Will Not Die is an indie game developed by Futurlab Games. Not a well-known developer, but they’re making their mark with this showcase on Xbox Partner Preview.
Next trailer is Still Wakes the Deep, developed by The Chinese Room – who made some Amnesia games. Published by Secret Mode.
Following that, RoboCop: Rogue City was highlighted. RoboCop: Rogue City is being released to retail for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S/X, and PC via Steam and Epic Games Store on November 2, 2023.
Next up was Dungeons of Hinterberg, and this time, there was commentary in the Xbox Partner Preview event from Curve Games…
Spirit of the North 2 was the next game to be highlighted. Apparently, it’s a sequel to a popular game that was released for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Mid-stream, Microsoft highlighted once again, the games revealed thus far. Konami dropped a bombshell during the Xbox Partner Preview with a first look, first in-engine look at one of the most anticipated remakes…
METAL GEAR SOLID DELTA: SNAKE EATER
Name: Metal Gear Solid Δ: Snake Eater (stylized as “Delta”)
Release Date: TBA
Metal Gear Solid Delta is developed using the Unreal Engine 5 codebase. It’s unclear when it will be released, but Metal Gear Solid Delta will be on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S/X, and PC via Steam.
From here, Microsoft moved onto Manor Lords, which will release PC Game Pass on April 26, 2024.
The Finals was next on the showcase, and it’s getting a lot of hype around it. It recently just had a closed and open beta on PC. The developer is Embark Studios, and is being spearheaded by Patrick Söderlund – if that name sounds familiar to you – it should be. He‘s the guy who said “Don’t like it, don’t buy it.” for Electronic Arts.
The Finals is being scheduled to be released for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S/X, and PC at a undated release.
Microsoft highlighted Ark: Survival Ascended next. Ark: Survival Ascended is a remake of Ark: Survival Evolved, bringing Ark: Survival Evolved to Unreal Engine 5. It was a shadow drop for PC, with a console release to follow in November…
Microsoft gave a spotlight to Alan Wake II, too.