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Xbox Series X Games – Full List Of Confirmed and Rumoured Xbox Series X Titles

The Xbox Series X (and S) will be with us on the 10th of November 2020. But what’s a next-generation games console without games?

We’ve got you covered with a full breakdown of every game we know about so far. Although expect many more to be revealed in the coming months.

Confirmed Xbox Series X Games

This first selection mostly details triple A titles and ongoing franchises. Some won’t be release until next year or 2022.

Here’s a list of all the confirmed Xbox Series X games that have been confirmed for the console so far:

Assassin's Creed Valhalla

Ubisoft’s long running series goes Viking for its Xbox Series X debut! The game is set to be released on the 10th November 2020 as a launch title for the Xbox Series X.

Battlefield 6

The next iteration in EA’s first-person shooter series will be released in late 2021 or 2022. Nothing is known about the era or setting so far. Previous games have been set in modern times and World War 2.

Borderlands 3

Remastered version expected in 2021. The cell shaded first person shooter/RPG has never looked so good!

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

Coming 13th November 2020, Black Ops goes back to basics – to the conflict that started it all; the Cold War. It could be a reboot like the recent Modern Warfare title, or a continuation of the existing Black Ops games. Our money is on the former.

Control

Control will be set to be remastered for the Xbox Series X including all content so far. No release date yet has been announced yet. We expect 2021.

Cyberpunk 2077

CD Project Red of Witcher 3 fame will be releasing their newest title for Xbox Series X in 2021.

Dead by Daylight

Online horror game will be making its Xbox Series X debut Q4 2020.

Destiny 2

Bungie’s sequel gets a next gen upgrade as a launch title.

Devil May Cry 5

Announced at Capcom's Tokyo Game Show event. DMC5 will be coming to Xbox Series X on launch day. Stylish!

Dirt 5

Exciting rally racing sequel is due 10th November 2020.

Doom Eternal

Doom Slayer returns on Xbox Series X in 2021. It’s not just any game, it’s one BFG.

Dragon Age 4

The next chapter in this fantasy series isn’t expected until 2022, but BioWare’s previous DA titles are beloved by fans.

Dragon Quest X1 S

Special edition version coming 4th December 2020.

Elder Scrolls Online

While a Skyrim sequel is expected eventually, fans will be able to take a trip to Tamriel on Xbox Series X earlier when TESO releases on Xbox Series X in 2021.

Fable

Details are scarce so far but expect a full reboot of the epic franchise. Let’s hope it sees a release soon.

Far Cry 6

Coming to Microsoft’s next console on the 18th February 2021, professional bad guy Giancarlo Esposito will be voicing the games next villain.

FIFA 21

An annual FIFA update is inevitable and 2021 on Xbox Series X will be no different. And we can’t wait.

Fortnite

The popular online shooter continues to build its empire and legion of fans. Expected 2021 on Xbox Series X.

Forza 8

Just imagine Forza on next gen. This is one to get excited about. No release date confirmed yet.

Forza Horizon 4

Ready to take another spin around the UK? This time in 8K. Coming at launch.

Gears 5

Killing locusts never gets old, and we can’t wait to do it on the Xbox Series X. Coming as a launch title.

Gears Tactics

RTS game set in Halo universe, coming 10th November 2020.

Gods & Monsters

No release date announced as of yet. Title has been highly anticipated since it’s E3 reveal.

Gotham Knights

Play as one of Batman’s sidekicks in this online sandbox game set in Gotham city. Due for release in 2021.

Grand Theft Auto 5 Expanded & Enhanced

The game and all its upgrades will be getting a new lick of paint for Xbox Series X in 2021.  

Halo Infinite

While it’s last reveal proved controversial. We have every faith that Chief’s next outing will be everything we hope it will be. Coming 2021.

Hello Neighbour 2

Survival horror game sequel coming 2021.

Hitman 3

Agent 47 returns for action on the Xbox Series X in January 2021. Barcode and all.

Harry Potter: Hogwarts Legacy

Get ready to catch the snitch in 2021.

Immortals Fenyx Rising

Coming 3rd December to next gen.

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

May the bricks be with you. Coming Spring 2021 on Xbox.

Little Nightmares 2

The Tarsier Studios sequel will be available on Xbox Series X from on the 11th February 2021.

The Lord of the Rings: Gollum

Follow Gollum on his path to reclaim The One Ring as he descends further into madness. Set for release in 2021.

Madden 21

Time to play some FOOTBALL! Expected Q4 of 2020

Maneater

Play as a man eating shark at launch. We're in.

Marvel's The Avengers

Expect the game to also feature some of its DLC when it arrives on next gen in at launch.

The Medium

Psychological horror title expected close to launch.

NBA 2K21

Basketball update to long running series. Expected Q4 of 2020.

Ori and the Will of the Wisps

Sequel to the charming original Ori, expected as a launch title.

Phantasy Star Online 2

Sega’s classic comes to Xbox in 2021.

Sea of Thieves

The pirate party gets a next gen upgrade Q4 2020.

Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2

Psychological hack and slash, follow-up to the original Hellblade from Ninja Theory. No release date yet. Expect the unexpected.

S.T.A.L.K.E.R 2

The survival horror favourite will be skulking onto Xbox Series X at some point during 2021.

State of Decay 3

This open-world online zombie sandbox has a lot of people excited. No release date announced yet though.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

Set in the Batman: Arkham Asylum universe – Time to take down the good guys!

Resident Evil Village

Also known as Resident Evil 8. The game will serve as a follow up to both Resident Evil 6 and Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. Featuring characters from both games. It will also keep it's first-person format and reliance on survival horror over action.

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Quarantine

While the title may be unfortunate in 2020, we expect the game will be excellent.

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege

Expected Q4 2020, the squad based tactical shooter has a large following already.

Vampire: The Masquerade: Bloodlines 2

Vampire sequel, coming 2021 for next gen.

Watch Dogs: Legion

Dead-sec will be liberating London from authoritarian control in Ubisoft’s latest sequel. Due Q4 2020.

Warframe

Part of the Dark Sector cannon, online shooter is FTP and will be getting a next gen upgrade Q4 2020.

Worms Rumble

Long running tactical shooter – involving militaristic worms – comes to Xbox Series X Q4 2020.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Geralt of Riviera has never looked so good. We’re looking forward to replaying his adventure all over again on Xbox Series X in 2021.

WRC 9

Racing game is expected on Xbox Series X sometime in late 2020 or early 2021.

Yakuza - Like a Dragon

The crime series next chapter comes to Xbox Series X on the 13th of November 2020.

More Confirmed Xbox Series X Games

While not all of these titles are household names, yet. Here’s a list of more confirmed titles for Xbox Series X(S):

12 Minutes

Adventure title coming close to launch.

The Ascent

RPG coming Q4 of 2020.

As Dusk Falls

Action adventure title, no release date yet.

Atomic Heart

First person shooter with elements of an RPG. No release date confirmed yet.

Balan Wonderworld

Platform game by Sonic creator Yuji Naka coming in Q2 2021.

Bright Memory Infinite

First person shooter, no release date confirmed so far.

Chorus

First person shooter, no release date yet.

Crossfire X

First person shooter, no release date confirmed so far.

Echo Generation

RPG title, no release date confirmed so far.

Everwild

Adventure game no release date confirmed yet.

Exomecha

First person shooter, no release date confirmed so far.

Grounded

Action adventure/survival game no release date confirmed yet.

The Gunk

Adventure game no release date confirmed yet.

Hood: Outlaws and Legends

Stealth game coming in 2021.

Just Dance 2021

Dancing games are still popular on console and we’re intrigued to see what a next gen Just Dance will look like. Coming 2020.

Microsoft Flight Simulator

Showing real promise. But a release date is still up in the air.

Observer: System Redux

Science-fiction survival horror game, coming in Q4 2020.

Orphan of the Machine

Side scrolling adventure. Estimated to be arriving 2021.

Outriders

Third person shooter, no release date confirmed so far.

Planet Coaster: Console Edition

Popular PC game coasts onto Xbox Series X in late 2020.

Pragmata

Capcom’s latest project coming to Xbox Series X in 2022.

Puyo Puyo Tetris 2

Two of the best puzzle games of all time collide on Xbox Series X in 2021.

Psychonauts

2 Classic 3D action adventure title getting a next gen upgrade on the Xbox Series X.

Recompile

Platformer. No release window yet.

Scarlet Nexus

Action adventure title, no release date yet

Scorn

First person survival game no release date confirmed yet.

Second Extinction

First person survival game no release date confirmed yet.

Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One

Elementary my dear reader. Coming in 2021.

TemTem

Creature collector coming in 2021.

Tell Me Why

Action adventure title, coming Q4 2020

Tetris Effect Connected

Next gen Tetris, no release date yet.

Ultimate Fishing Simulator

Sounds like it’s going to be off the hook, but no release date confirmed yet.

Warhammer Chaosbane

Hack and slasher, no release date yet.

Warhammer 40,000: Darktide

Action game set in the 40K universe, coming 2021.

Werewolf: The Apocalypse Earthblood

Action title coming on the 4th February 2021.

Xbox Series X Games (Unconfirmed/Rumoured)

While none of the below titles are confirmed, we believe there’s a very strong chance we’ll see each of these on the Xbox Series X at some point in the near future:

BioShock 4

While we know the game exists and it won’t be set in Rapture, that’s all we know. We do expect to see it on Xbox though.

Call of Duty: Warzone

It makes sense for this online only title to receive a next gen upgrade at some point soon.

Dying Light 2

This game is still in active development, which puts it on a Collison course with the Xbox Series X.

Dead Island 2

While the game is stuck in its own undead purgatory, word on the street is it’s back in development and heading to next gen.

Diablo 4

The game isn’t likely to be with us soon and is strangely confirmed for current gen only. We suspect this will change soon.

Elder Scrolls 6

Please be Hammerfell, please be Hammerfell, please be Hammerfell!

Final Fantasy 14

There’s still a lot of life in this MMO yet. Expect a next gen upgrade.

GTA 6

Keep your eyes peeled for Gaming Intel’s GTA 6 guide coming in the next few days. We’ll be discussing everything we know, and think, so far.

Lords of The Fallen 2

The original had a lot of promise but was accused of being a copy of Dark Souls. The sequel will allow the series to establish its own identity.

Mass Effect Trilogy

It’s about time. What are BioWare waiting for? Could it be next gen? We think it may well be.

Monster Hunter World

This epic title still has a lot of life left in it. We imagine a definitive edition with all DLC will be on the horizon. Cross play is also a possibility.

Red Dead Redemption 2

Rockstar’s classic is just too good to skip next gen. If any game is deserving of a remaster on the Xbox Series X it’s Arthur Morgan’s epic quest to find redemption.

Resident Evil 4 (Remake)

Capcom are really committed to remaking the older Resident Evil games. While 4 may be unnecessary in the eyes of many, sources seem to believe it’s on the way. Although it could be a few years off yet.

Silent Hill  

Since Silent Hills and ‘PT’ were cancelled in a high profile spat between Hideo Kojima and Konami, the series has been in limbo. But new rumours suggest the creepy town of Silent Hill may be coming back…

Starfield

Fallout and the Elder Scrolls represent Bethesda’s two flagship franchises, but the company is keen to create a third – set in space. We expect it’s a long way off yet, but Xbox Series X seems like it will be a logical home.

System Shock

This is the series that also inspired the BioShock games. Fans have been clamouring for a sequel for a very long time and now it looks like they will finally get their wish. No word on when it’s coming though.

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