Yesterday, Microsoft pulled back the veil on third party games coming for the Xbox Series X with their Inside Xbox live stream. Here is a complete round-up of everything announced.
Dirt 5 will feature the same high octane racing that the series has perfected over its many installments. This time players will be traveling to 10 global locations as they race on over 70 tracks.
Created by a single creator studio, Bright Memory: Infinite is a stylish first-person action game that combines shooting, sword fighting, and vehicular combat with a gorgeous painterly art style. Bright Memory, the first episode of Bright Memory: Infinite is available now on Steam
Looking to be equal parts Indiana Jones and The Witness, Call of the Blue takes players to an exotic local in search of your destiny with voice work from the acclaimed Cissy Jones.
Scorn is a first-person atmospheric horror game that looks like a love letter to H.R. Giger, the creative mind behind the xenomorphs in Alien.
Invoking the same sense of place as the studio’s previous games, Blair Witch and Observer, The Medium sends players to Krakow, Poland where players will experience both the real and spiritual city.
Rounding out the horror trio in the presentation is Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2. In a trailer that invoked last year’s Joker, the studio is aiming for deep-seated uncomfortable dread with the character’s performances.
Sega fans who look to get the new console will be happy to see Yakuza: Like a Dragon was announced as a launch title. The game will also be available for the Xbox One and Windows 10. Xbox Game Pass has two Yakuza games available to check out right now.
Scarlet Nexus is the kind of game that many anime fans have been asking for on the Xbox family of consoles. Hopefully, between it and Yakuza it bodes well for the future of Japanese titles on the new console.
An isometric shooter with a Blade Runner-esque style. Players will need to take on the Ascent Corporation which controls, well everything but you.
The developer of Just Cause takes on dinosaur action? Sold.
Super Bowl MVP and breaker of the Madden curse, Patrick Mahomes was on hand to introduce the next generation of sports title. Given potential delays in the NFL schedule, Madden might be the most football we have this year.
A cinematic space shooter, Chorus evokes the best of space combat games in environments flooded with detail.
Finally, a special trailer was shown for the upcoming Assassins Creed: Vahalla along with an interview with the developer.
As you may have noticed, most of the videos featured didn’t actually include real gameplay footage from the Xbox Series X during the Inside Xbox Gameplay presentation. This has obviously caused some issues with fans. At this point in my life, I’m just going to enjoy the fact people can still make some amazing looking games.