Inside Xbox April 2020 is Set to Show Off Grounded and More

Published: April 6, 2020 12:58 PM /


Inside Xbox April 2020 cover

Get ready for Inside Xbox to make its return! The Inside Xbox April 2020 presentation has been announced and we're going to get a look at some new content coming for Xbox One gamers.

A variety of games will be covered as usual. First up is Grounded, an upcoming game from Obsidian Entertainment that's all about a bunch of kids who have been shrunk down to the size of bugs. We'll be getting a world-first look at some single-player gameplay.

We'll also be hearing some more details about Gears Tactics, the XCOM-esque strategy game set in the Gears of War universe. Gears Tactics is set to launch on April 28, 2020.

Sea of Thieves isn't getting left out, either. Now that the game is making its way to Steam, the devs will surely have something interesting to say about their open-world pirate game.

That's the broad strokes that was made in the announcement, but that's not all we're getting. We won't be getting any more details about the Xbox Series X, but there will be a discussion of the console's technical specs with the console's Director of Program Management Jason Ronald. We'll also be hearing more about other unmentioned games and Xbox Game Pass alongside "some surprises" from the ID@Xbox team.

Inside Xbox April 2020 slice

When Can You Watch the Inside Xbox April 2020 Presentation?

Now that we know what's in this presentation, when and where can you watch it? The good news is that you won't have to wait too long — this newest episode of Inside Xbox will premiere on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, at the following times:

  • 2:00 PM Pacific
  • 5:00 PM Eastern
  • 10:00 PM British Time

Here's where you'll be able to watch it:

The presentation is sure to be packed full of surprises. Let's hope that we get some cool reveals!

What do you think we'll see in the Inside Xbox April 2020 presentation? Are there any games you hope to see make their appearance? Let us know in the comments below!

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