Okay, so you’ve got your shiny new console, but what use is a new console without awesome new games to play on it?
(Yes, we know, all Xbox One games can be played with HDR, taking advantage of the super-speed SSD, and more, but we’re talking brand new/specifically optimised games here.)
The upcoming FPS from 343 Industries and Skylabs is poised to become a launch title for the Series X.
A recent leak of a Halo Infinite toy shows the return of the fan favourite Brutes.
Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2
CD Projekt Red’s upcoming sci-fi RPG will be available cross-gen, with anyone who purchases the Xbox One version automatically being allowed a free upgrade to the Series X version.
Watch Dogs Legion
Watch Dogs Legion is getting a dual-release spanning both generations, however, whether they intend to allow players who purchase the Xbox One version to get a free upgrade is yet to be announced.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine
Not much is know about Bethesda’s new IP, but we do know: It’s their first new RPG IP in 25 years; it’s a AAA title; it’s a sci-fi RPG set in space. Admittedly, that’s not a lot to go on, but if you discount Fallout 76, then Bethesda has an excellent pedigree when it comes to RPG’s, and we are very interested in this one.
Outriders is an upcoming third-person shooter developed by People Can Fly and published by Square Enix, set to be released in late 2020.