The rumor mill is already generating hype about Obsidian Entertainment Confession, which was recently unveiled at Microsoft’s Xbox Series X Games Showcase.
The announcement trailer for Confession didn’t reveal much about the game apart from the first-person gameplay and the ability to wield both weapons and magic.
A post by ResetEra’s sponger, however, claimed that Confession will be a “completely open world” game that will be “much bigger” than The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, with a very extensive map. Avowed will also reportedly include real-time weather with fog as an important element and rivers with specific microphysics systems, as well as a “highly advanced character creation tool”.
Confession will also reportedly offer mod support, with mods that will mainly be made on PC but will be playable on the Xbox Series X. The rumor also claims that the game will have “very very big” bosses.
According to Sponger, there are about 100 people in the project, which has been under development for two years and seven months. However, players who are already looking forward to it Confession You may have to wait a while, as the game is said to only launch in late 2022 or early 2023.
The rumors, if true, will take advantage of the processing power of the upcoming Xbox Series X. Meanwhile, it looks like Microsoft is falling back on its commitment to the Xbox One, with Confession among the games where the entries about Xbox One support were removed.
Digital Trends has contacted Obsidian for comments regarding the rumors and we will update this article as soon as we hear anything.
Showcase of Xbox Series X games
In addition to Confession, the Xbox Series X Games Showcase was the first look at Halo Infinite gameplay footage, as well as trailers for Myth, Forza Motorsport, Decline 3, Everwild, Psychonauts 2, Warhammer 40,000: Darktide, and The medium, among several other games.
That is also announced by Microsoft Destination 2 and all expansions will come on the Xbox Game Pass and that D in Septemberragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age will be the first item in the series to launch on Xbox.