With the cancellation of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), several companies looked for ways to announce their new games. This is the case with Microsoft. In a year that will count on the arrival of a new generation of consoles, the companies are looking for the maximum to stand out with revelations of the next games that should be launched.
As it could not be otherwise, the presentation of the promised games for the Xbox Games Showcase started with ‘Halo Infinite’, a title that promises to be one of the most important in the franchise – and to be present in the launch of the Series X, Microsoft’s next console.
The company showed the audience the first gameplay of the game. In the demonstration, it was possible to see how the open world promised by Microsoft will work. However, the game’s graphics were not surprising. Spectators during the broadcast joked that they looked like games released for the Xbox 360.
But what can not be denied here the variety during the fighting. There are many ways to put an end to the enemies present in the scenarios and fulfill the proposed objectives. According to Chris Lee, head of stadium 343, the game features the “most ambitious campaign” created for ‘Halo’. The title will arrive later this year for Xbox One, Xbox Series X and PC.
‘State of Decay 3’
The game took many by surprise. The trailer, quite mysterious, shows a survivor of the apocalypse wandering alone, looking for resources. The title arrives simultaneously for Xbox Series X and PC. Xbox Game Pass subscribers can play it on launch day.
Apparently, it is a reboot of the famous franchise, since the name shown in the trailer has no number. With impressive graphics, the trailer reveals that the game will have Ray Tracing, in addition to running at 60 fps. The title arrives for Xbox One, Series X and PC. However, without a definite date.
With very colorful and interesting graphics, ‘Everwild’ is Rare’s new project. You can see a little of the game’s ambience in the section shown. We can see four characters passing through different landscapes while having the help of some animals to overcome challenges. The title has no release date yet.
‘Tell me why’
With a visual style very similar to that presented by the producer in ‘Life is Strange’, ‘Tell me Why’ continues with the episodic structure present in other titles of the company. The first part of the adventure is due to arrive on the Xbox Game Pass on August 27.
‘Ori and the Will of the Whisps’
This is not a launch – we even have a title analysis on the site – but what Microsoftquis shows is that the stadiums are committed to making enhanced versions of their games available for the Series X. Ori will receive a treatment that will ensure that it runs at 120 fps on the new console. The update will be free and available to everyone who owns the game on the Xbox One version.
‘Outer Worlds: Peril on Gorgon’
The DLC implements some interesting changes to the title gameplay. The player now has new weapons and swords at his disposal to defeat enemies. The expansion pack arrives on September 9.
Very unusual game puts the player to battle in a garden. Apparently, after some shrinking process, the heroes are smaller and can fight directly with insects. The game offers a first-person view and can be played in cooperative matches or alone. The launch was scheduled for July 28.
One of the titles that should arrive only for Xbox Series X and PC, ‘Avowed’ is the new first-person RPG from Obsidian Entertainment.
‘As Dusk Falls’
Following the molds of several games, ‘As Dusk Falls’ presents a narrative in which the player shapes the fate of the characters according to the choices made during the game. Being called by the company an interactive drama, the exclusive title of Series X.
The only revelation about the game was that its story will take place in Iceland. Unlike the first game, ‘Hellblade 2’ will be exclusive to Microsoft consoles.
Game brings back Razputin “Raz” Aquato to undo his emotional baggage and expand his mental horizon. The character must use his powers to unravel dark mysteries about the Psychonauts’ team and their own family origins.
Bungie introduced Destiny 2: Beyond Light – the next chapter in the Destiny 2 science fiction universe. The game will also hit the Xbox Game Pass in September, providing members with access to all current expansions of the standard edition, including the standard edition of Beyond Light future when it launches in November.
With the first title being highly acclaimed on the PC, the storyline, which is set against a backdrop of horror, reaches a new generation console.
‘Warhammer 40,000: Darktide’
a new cooperative game for 4 players set in the Tertium hive. Players must team up to fight hordes of enemies. The title arrives in 2021.
‘Tetris Effect Connected’
There is not much mystery here. the classic game with the addition of new cooperative multiplayer modes.
Trailer presents a world completely devastated by an unknown threat. The player’s goal is to clear the site of threats found while solving puzzles.
Horror game that should take advantage of the potential of the Xbox Series X. That’s because the title promises to have two worlds generated simultaneously – and that the player can switch between them to solve puzzles.
‘Phantasy Star online 2: New Genesis’
The online role-playing game Phantasy Star Online 2, known for its character customization and unique battle mechanics, has reached a new generation of consoles.
The game, which has a first-person perspective, puts the player in a global conflict between two military faces.
Finally, Microsofts surprised with the announcement of ‘Fable’, the company’s acclaimed role-playing game. Despite the lack of details about the title, it is possible to see that some of the moments of relaxation present in the previous games are back. Game to be released for Series X and PC.