Xbox Series X First Box Art Reportedly Revealed
Yesterday at night there was a new episode of Inside Xbox, where Microsoft showed us several games that will come to the next-gen console of Xbox X Series. Some companies have already released the presale of some of these titles and it is thanks to this that we have already been able to see what the boxes of the first games will look like for the next generation console.
What happened is that SEGA opened the pre-sale of Yakuza: Like a Dragon, a project that will be available on Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4. Since it is a game with support for the Xbox Smart Delivery option, the game will only be offered in a version for both Xbox consoles.
If you select the option to set it aside on Xbox you will see that, at least the first games with Smart Delivery, will have the same box for Xbox One and Xbox Series X. So, the box indicates that it is a game for Xbox, and it indicates that it can be run on both consoles and specifies that it will be a game that will take advantage of the power of the new console.
It is worth mentioning that the design of the box is very similar to that of games for Xbox One. The interesting thing is that at the top it only says Xbox instead of Xbox One.
Do you want to see it? Take a look at how the first box of the game optimized for Xbox Series X will look like.
This may be the first placeholder box art for an Xbox Series X Smart Delivery game. Box art will note Smart Delivery, compatible for Series X and Xbox One, and optimized for Series X pic.twitter.com/g1W9oQ81gn
— Wario64 (@Wario64) May 7, 2020
In addition to the confirmation of Smart Delivery compatibility, the cover of the next Yakuza title also received the “Optimized for Xbox Series X” seal that promotes many more features. So, what do you think about the boxes of the first games for Xbox One? Let us know about your opinion in the comments below.