The tension hurling around the next-gen console wars is becoming intense every day. Now that both Xbox Series X and its direct competitor Sony’s PlayStation 5 are heading towards a global launch, the list of the games revealed for the new Xbox console is mounting as well. The good news is that some games will support Xbox Series X backwards compatibility while many others will be optimized for Series X. We have only reached halfway to the official launch time so it’s likely for us to hear about other unrevealed titles. We are hoping to see more third-party, indie and triple-A titles to be added to the game lineup!
However, before Microsoft reveals more details, here’s what we know about the games launching on Xbox Series X so far.
Xbox Series X Video Games List
- Dirt 5
- WRC 9
- Madden 21
- FIFA 21
- The Ascent
- Destiny 2
- Battlefield 6
- Gods and Monsters
- Bright Memory Infinite
- Yakuza: Like a Dragon
- Hitman 3
- Scarlet Nexus
- NBA 2K21
- Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines 2
- Dying Light 2
- Resident Evil 8: Village
- The Lord of the Rings: Gollum
- Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2
- Cyberpunk 2077
- Watch Dogs: Legion
- Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
- Rainbow Six Siege
- Rainbow Six Quarantine
- Second Extinction
- Halo Infinite
- The Medium
- Call of the Sea
- Cris Tales
A few of the confirmed games so far include AAA titles and third-party games. Titles like Warframe, Fortnite and Rainbow Six Siege support multiplayer modes. To get the most out of your gaming experience on Xbox Series X, we would recommend you switch to a high speed internet connection, only if you aren’t already subscribed to one. Internet providers like Spectrum have a customer support window that operates 24/7. The provider also offers support in Espanol.
With that cleared up, here are some titles we deem as must-haves!
Scorn takes piece by piece of your obscure nightmares and brings forward a world of blood, gore and everything grim you can think of. In terms of competition, Microsoft’s Xbox Series X is going head to head with Sony’s PlayStation 5. That’s why adding Xbox exclusive titles for the new console will only add more appeal to the next-gen console. Scorn will be an Xbox Series X exclusive title but we aren’t sure if it will be headed to PC or not.
Steam’s evergreen free-to-play shooter game, Destiny 2, has been greenlit for an Xbox Series X release. The steam community is familiar with the 2019 game but now it’s time for console gamers to rejoice. No official release date is announced yet but the gameplay will consist of character customization, an inviting story and an arsenal or exotic weaponry.
Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines 2
Sequel to the 2004 Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines game, the game’s release on both PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X is hyping up gamers. We would have to play the 2004 game all over again to connect with the storyline Bloodlines 2 will follow. The teasers tells us the game will be all about telekinesis, first-person shooting and of course, a galore of vampire action!
Bandai Namco is renowned for its PvP games but this time the studio brings to us an action-filled game with anime-like visuals. The gameplay will have RPG elements as you embark on an adventurous ride as a teenager with psychokinetic powers. The game will feature Smart Delivery so that’s a plus, as well.
Resident Evil 8: Village
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard brought forward a new take on the franchise with its first-person view gameplay. Soon after the game became a success, Capcom released two remakes of Resident Evil 2 and 3. However, with the release of Xbox Series X, Capcom is brewing up another first-person Resident Evil game with a unique story.
This game is the following passage in the yearly EA sport establishment, offering “bursting quick burden times, conceded lighting and rendering, upgraded liveliness innovation, off-ball humanization, and the sky is the limit from there”. Buys on Xbox One will see a free move up to Xbox Series X, alongside most game advancement.
Due out in November, there will be a fix at dispatch with light cutting edge upgrades, trailed by an increasingly significant one later to utilize the improved equipment. For Xbox One proprietors, an Xbox Series X form for nothing “when accessible” as a feature of a similar buy.
Hitman 3 is the third and last part in the World of Assassination set of three, with IO Interactive filling in as the sole engineer and the distributer. Prior this month, the Xbox series X game uncover occasion flaunted a declaration trailer for the forthcoming game. Aside from affirming some returning characters, including Agent 47 and prodding new areas, the trailer didn’t uncover a lot.
During an ongoing scene of IOI Monthly, spilled live on Twitch, people group engineer Clemens Koch, and network chief Travis Barbour plunked down to discuss Hitman 3. They strolled us through what IO Interactive has just uncovered and furthermore shared new insights regarding the game.
The Medium appears as though it could be far superior. Appeared during Microsoft’s Xbox Series X introduction on Thursday, the Medium authority uncover trailer concentrated on cinematics and a tad of ongoing interaction. The official public statement affirms it will be discharged “in the 2022 Christmas season,” which in all likelihood implies that it’ll dispatch with the Xbox Series X at some point in the not so distant future.
With the release date of Xbox Series X draws near, we cannot stop hyping up about what the next-gen console has to offer. We are getting several AAA titles and a few third-party games. Some will be launched on the Xbox launch day, while some we will have to patiently wait for.