Tokyo Game Show is one of the world’s biggest celebrations of video games and culture and Xbox is confirmed to participate this year. The 2019 event attracted more than a quarter of a million attendees to enjoy new games and entertainment experiences. This year, the show is moving from the halls of Makuhari Messe to an exclusively digital showcase, where the latest gaming news and titles will be unveiled by some of the world’s top studios over four days from Sept 24-28.
Xbox will take part in this year’s event with a virtual showcase via livestream for Japanese audiences from 9 p.m. JST on 9/24. Our presence at Tokyo Game Show will celebrate the visionary creators and vibrant players in the region. Tune in to see the latest on games, content from our Japanese partners and players, and further details on Xbox services.
What to expect:
- A celebration of Japanese game creators
- The latest updates coming to Microsoft Flight Simulator on Xbox Game Pass for PC, Windows 10 and Steam
- Creativity from the Japanese Minecraft creator community
- A review of first- and third-party announcements from recent months
- No new next-gen news
The Showcase will be broadcast in Japanese.
For more details on Tokyo Game Show Online 2020, visit the official site for the full livestream schedule from the show’s organizers.
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