The Xbox Developer_Update is now only a day left, and it's a Microsoft-branded format that will keep the community informed about upcoming games. We'll have Redfall from Arkane Studios and Forza Motorsport from Turn 10, but not the highly anticipated Starfield, which is currently being developed by Bethesda Softworks.
Bethesda and Microsoft have already stated that Starfield will be shown at a separate event, and that its launch date will be revealed shortly to players who can't wait to leave for Space. However, through the usual Tom Henderson's errors, we can now speculate on when we might discover more about Todd Howard's space opera.
According to what Tom Henderson promises through the pages of Insider Gaming, Microsoft is planning a new event dedicated to Bethesda for the first days of March. The leaker stated that the event would be limited to the general public, who might easily see a pre-launch build of Starfield. However, this and other aspects (including the games that will be shown) are still unknown.
Henderson confirmed to Windows Central's Jez Corden that Redfall will be released on PC and Xbox Series X|S on May 2nd. It's possible that even the shooter in a vampire sauce will not be able to participate in the rumored March event.