The presentation of the Xbox Games Showcase took place

On July 23, the Xbox presentation dedicated to the launch line and exclusives of the new Microsoft console died down. Phil Spencer and the team clearly went above and beyond Sony's summer presentation and did their best. Collected for you the most interesting from yesterday's Xbox Games Showcase.

By far the most unexpected and pleasant surprise for fans of the original GSC Game World. A trailer for the continuation of the legendary game was shown at the presentation.

It was hard to imagine an Xbox presentation without the Halo series. A cinematic trailer was shown, as well as 9 minutes of gameplay for the upcoming game.

A teaser of the new Obsidia project - Avowed was shown at the presentation. Judging by the video, we are in for something very similar to Skyrim, but in the style of the Lord of the Rings.

Forza was also not without. Presented a trailer for the next part of Forza Motosport.

The State of Decay series is alive. The teaser of the third part of the zombie survival is presented.

A new game from Rare studio about unity with nature and the environment. The release trailer of the project is presented.

Closing the presentation was a cinematic trailer for the new part of the legendary Fable. Gameplay and details were not disclosed.

A number of other projects were also presented at the presentation, including the interactive series Tell Me Why, a cooperative shooter in the setting of Warhammer 40.000 - Darktide, DLC for The Outer World - Peril of Gorgon, add-ons for The Destiny 2 - Beyond Light, Gusk, CrossfireX and others. Unfortunately, the gameplay of Senua's Saga: Hellblade II was not shown, but Ninja Theory will regularly post development diaries.

In addition to a number of great projects, one of the main news of the presentation is that the announced games will be available with an Xbox Game Pass subscription. Looks like Phil Spencer decided to show his trump card on July 23 and now we should wait for a response from Sony.