Long Time Ago (Chinese: 我们的故事; Hokkien: 我儂个故事; POJ: Guá-lâng ê kòo-sīr; actually Our Tale) is a 2016 Singaporean period film guided by Jack Neo. The movie memorializes Singapore’s 50th birthday celebration and also celebrities Aileen Tan, Mark Lee and Wang Lei as the main casts. It is launched on 4 February 2016 in Singapore.
The very first film in the Long Time Ago movie series, it is adhered to by Long Time Ago 2 (2016 ), The Diam Age (2020) and also The Diam Period Too (2021 ).
Maybe the E3 has ended a long time ago, but Gamescom is fashionable this week. The three-day commercial fair will have digital transmissions full of new advertisements. It will start large with a 90-minute Xbox transmission, an event that will surely do not want to be lost. Next, we show you how you can capture the action, as well as what to expect from the transmission.
When is the Xbox GameScom event?
While Gamescom does not officially start until August 25, Xbox will start it a day before. The event will take place at 10 am pt on Tuesday, August 24. The exhibition will last approximately 90 minutes.
How to see Xbox Gamescom
There are dozens of ways to see the showcase, with Xbox pushing it to a myriad of different platforms. It will be transmitted to the official Xbox channels on YouTube, Twitch, Facebook,. And more around the world.
What will we see in Xbox Gamescom?
Xbox confirmed that the showcase will not focus on new releases or great surprises, but will share a lot of information. Wait to see updates on the next releases this year, titles on the way to Xbox Game Pass and more. This could mean that we can get more information about Christmas launches such as Forza Horizon 5 and Halo Infinite.
For the latter, we may listen to more details about your campaign after the announcement of the multiplayer divided screen the day of the launch. Halo Infinite also does not have a firm launch date, so there is a possibility that we finally get one here.
What will not be displayed on Xbox Gamescom
As mentioned, there will be no new ads or great surprises, so it is discouragerable to enter with an E3 type mentality. Do not wait to see massive games like Perfect Dark or Fable this time. If they were not in the E3, there is no reason to think that Microsoft was keeping them for a program only two months later. However, there may be some advertisements worthy of exaggeration regarding previously announced titles, so it will still be worth tunes.
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