Brad Sams is spilling the beans again.
Halo Infinite

According to the one and only Brad Sams, known to be very accurate in his Microsoft related leaks, has a new one for us today. According to Sams, Microsoft will show off a demo for Halo Infinite during their E3 presentation this weekend. The demo will be played on a PC but with an Xbox One controller.

He says that this will be "the first real showing of the next generation game." As this is being pushed as a next-gen title, they are going to show off the game running on a PC. They want to avoid having people see this title running on the now dated Xbox One hardware. That's actually interesting to note because if even the Xbox One X isn't good enough for a Halo Infinite showcase, that must suggest Microsoft's next-gen hardware is something truly spectacular.

In addition to this Halo Infinite demo, Microsoft will reportedly announce three new IPs during their show.

We will also apparently get some fresh information on Gears 5, new DLC for State of Decay 2, a look at the second Forza Horizon 4 expansion, and Age of Empires information. There is even a new rumor suggesting that a Fable 4 is in the works but that one may be the least likely of the bunch.

Sams goes on to say that a major focus of Microsoft's E3 showcase will be talking about and showing off their xCloud streaming service. It's been a long while since we heard anything about it, but it seems like that silence is about to be broken this weekend. Sams says that he doesn't expect Microsoft to share exactly how powerful their cloud gaming platform is, but he has heard that it's more powerful than Google's 10.7 teraflops that they announced for Stadia.