It’s less than a year to go before the official launch of the Xbox Series X, so we still don’t know which major titles and game franchises will debut on Microsoft’s next-generation console. But now the company is preparing for the coming months by confirming which games will be available in the powerful video game coming in late 2020.
Xbox Game Studios has committed to bringing three current projects to the X Series, and Phil Spencer, head of the Xbox division, has made all Hellblade fans excited about what was presented at The Game Awards 2019, where not only was the console confirmed . next generation as well as a new game developed exclusively for the Xbox.
Check out the current list of games that we know are coming to the Xbox Series X. The amount of games is justifiable because the company has already said it intends to present “the biggest lineup of releases in history” with all Microsoft studios working on games. to the next console.
Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II
Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II – the upcoming release of developer Ninja Theory’s Hellblade franchise.
Master Chief returns to Halo Infinite – the next chapter in this legendary franchise, starting at the 2020 holiday! Developed by 343 Industries for the entire family of Xbox devices, including Project Scarlett and Windows PCs, Halo Infinite continues the story of Halo 5: Guardians and takes the franchise in ambitious and unexpected directions driven by the new slipspace engine.
Introducing Everwild, a new Rare IP. Unique and unforgettable experiences await you in a natural and magical world.
The Xbox Series X arrives in late 2020 and promises games that run natively in 4K resolution at 60 fps, and can even reach 8K resolution with 120Hz update. The console design was confirmed during TGA 2019 and now has a format of high-performance hardware tower that is four times more powerful than the Xbox One X.
Because of its nomenclature, the next-generation Xbox is expected to be a “series” of consoles, continuing the idea of Microsoft seen with Xbox One S, One S All-Digital and One X, offering different models to different audiences. More games will be integrated into the list above, so stay tuned.