See The 13 Game Titles Revealed At The Xbox Series X Gameplay
Microsoft has revealed 13 game titles from developers around the world ready for release with the Xbox Series X. The company did this at the first-ever Xbox Series X gameplay during an Inside Xbox presentation on 7th March 2020.
All the titles revealed will run full 4K resolutions and “up to 120 frames per second” on the Xbox Series X, with support for “hardware-accelerated DirectX raytracing” to boot, according to Microsoft.
Microsoft is also leveraging on the Series X’s high-speed SSD storage and high-bandwidth DirectStorage API to enable “super-fast load time” in these game titles.
Most of the games will be available through Microsoft’s Smart Delivery program. The program lets players buy a game once and play it across multiple generations of Xbox console.
— Call of the Sea (Raw Fury) – A first-person adventure puzzle game set in the 1930s that has players exploring a mysterious island.
— Chorus (Deep Silver) – A single-player space combat shooter, by German developer Fishlabs and its parent company Deep Silver. Available in 2021.
— Dirt 5 (Codemasters) – The off-road racing game will debut in October 2020 and released this year for Xbox Series X. Supports smart delivery and will include a story mode starring Troy Baker and Nolan North.
— Scarlet Nexus (Bandai Namco) – A game about Yuito Sumeragi, a psychokinetic warrior who can fling things around with his mind and explore the techno-futuristic city of New Himuka.
— Second Extinction (Systemic Reaction) – A 3 player co-op FPS, where players work as a team to take down large groups of savage mutated dinosaurs.
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— The Ascent (Neon Giant/Curve Digital) – A solo/co-op top-down action RPG where players will have to fight through enemies either alone or with friends.
— Vampire: The Masquerade – Set in an underground vampire society in Seattle. Players will choose how they prefer to advance in the world, through brutal violence, political cunning, or dancing.
— Yakuza: Like a Dragon (Sega) – Based on a popular Japanese organized crime drama. Also coming to Windows 10.
— Bright Memory Infinite (Playism) – A first-person sci-fi shooter that also sees players wield a sword and fight fantasy monsters. The game was developed by a single developer, Zeng Xiancheng.
— Madden NFL 21 (EA Sports) – Xbox One version of Madden NFL 21 will get the Xbox Series X version for free.
— Scorn (Ebb) – First-person horror game that has been in development since 2014.
— The Medium (Bloober Team) – A psychological horror game set in an abandoned hotel resort with a quest to solve a murder.
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