It's certainly turning into a fine couple of days for rumours. We've got a potential Street Fighter 6 reveal on Sunday, whispers that Dragon Age 4 is closer to release than we thought, and now Windows Central's Jez Corden, a man who's got a history with insider info, reckons we could see Obsidian's fantasy RPG, Avowed, landing on Xbox in the first half of 2023.

Speaking on Boxenburger's World of Gaming podcast, Corden shared his views on where the upcoming Xbox exclusive is at development-wise:

“I expect we’ll see [footage of] that game this year because like I said, last year, it looked pretty damn ready. There were some things that weren’t implemented…there were some effects that weren’t implemented, some textures that weren’t implemented. There was some lighting that clearly wasn’t finished or ready to go."

"But it looked – the gameplay looked solid. It looked playable and ready to go…I think we’ll probably see the game revealed this year and then maybe like a launch…maybe Q1, Q2 2023.”

Set in the Pillars of Eternity universe, Avowed is being developed at the same time as Obsidian is also working on a follow-up to The Outer Worlds, and with just a very short announcement trailer to officially go on so far, we'll have to live in hope, take these rumours with a pinch of salt and keep on holding out for some big info drops in the coming months.

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