Tokyo Game Show 2021 kicks off today and already, things are in full swing. Following TGS' online opening, Microsoft were first up to the plate with their Xbox Showcase earlier today, promising "regionally relevant updates on previously announced games."
If you missed the stream but are looking to find out more, we've got you covered down below:
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Scarlet Nexus, AI: The Somnium Files And Mighty Goose Coming to Game Pass
Having previously denied that Scarlet Nexus would launch on Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft revealed that Bandai Namco's recent action RPG launches today on Xbox, PC and Cloud. That's being joined by Spike Chunsoft's AI: The Somnium Files on Xbox, alongside Blastmode's Mighty Goose for Xbox and PC.
Redfall and Starfield Getting Full Japanese Localisations
Todd Howard confirmed on stream that Starfield will have a complete Japanese localization, revealing the game has "over 150,000 lines" of dialogue. Similarly, Harvey Smith, studio director at Arkane Austin, confirmed Redfall will get similar treatment when it launches next year, offering full localization and language support.
Xbox Cloud Gaming Launches in Australia, Brazil, Japan and Mexico Tomorrow
Microsoft will launch Xbox Cloud Gaming (xCloud) tomorrow across Australia, Brazil, Japan and Mexico. Having offered this service to Game Pass Ultimate subscribers these last few months, they've since expanded it to consoles and now, they're taking it further. That'll be available through Android and Xbox Windows apps, alongside the web for iOS and other devices.
Forza Horizon 5 PC Specs Revealed
During this Xbox Showcase, Microsoft confirmed what PC players can expect for Forza Horizon 5. You can watch that below:
New Back 4 Blood Trailer
During this Xbox Showcase, Turtle Rock Studios revealed more Back 4 Blood footage through a new launch trailer. You can watch that below directly via YouTube:
This showcase also offered more updates on Eiyuden Chronicle, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Re:Legend, Ghostrunner, and The King of Fighters XV. To see those, you can watch the full live stream down below:
We'll keep you updated with further Tokyo Game Show 2021 news as it happens.