At E3 2017, Microsoft officially unveiled Scorpio’s real name, Xbox One X. They also outlined its true 4k performance, 6 teraflop gpu, and 12 GB of GDDR5 ram. It will release November 7 for $499. But enough about that, they also showed off 42 games, 22 of which will be exclusive to the platform (and Windows 10). Let’s get the ball rolling!
Forza Motorsport 7 – Oct. 3
Metro Exodus – 2018
Assassin’s Creed Origins – Oct 27 RPG loot system included!
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds – Late 2017, console exclusive.
Deep Rock Galactic
State of Decay 2 – Spring 2018
The Darwin Project
-will introduce cross platform play between mobile, VR, PC, and consoles. 4k update in the fall via Super Duper Graphics Pack.
Dragonball Fighter Z – Early 2018
The Last Night
The Artful Escape
Code Vein – Early 2018
Sea of Thieves – Early 2018
Tacoma – August 2
Super Lucky’s Tale – November 7, too cute?
Cuphead – September 29
Crackdown 3 – November 7
Featuring: Osiris, Raiders, Paladins, Unruly Heroes, Fortnite, Path of Exile, Battlerite, Surviving Mars, Fable Fortune, Observer, Robocraft Infinity, Dunk Lords, Minion Masters, Brawlout, Ooblets, Ark, Dark and Light, Strange Brigade, Riverbond, Hello Neighbor, Shift, and Conan Exiles.
Life is Strange: Before the Storm – August 31, Episode 1 of 3.
Middle-Earth: Shadow of War
Ori and the Will of the Wisps
Original Xbox games come to bakcwards compatability this fall. 4k updates for free for Gears Forza, Halo Wars 2, Minecraft, Final Finatasy 15, Resident Evil 7, Rocket League, etc.
Anthem Gameplay! 2018