The Xbox Games Showcase may be over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy all the wonderful trailers that were revealed over and over again.
All the titles below are releasing on Xbox Series X either close to launch or in the future, and they will also be part of Xbox Game Pass. From Halo Infinite to Forza Motorsport 8, here are all the trailers for you to enjoy in one place.
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Halo Infinite opened the Xbox Games Showcase with a bang. A gorgeous gameplay trailer showed a more traditional Halo that harks back to the glory days of Halo: Combat Evolved. However, there was plenty of surprises, such as a new tool in Master Chief’s arsenal: a grappling hook.
It’s been rumored for months, but Microsoft finally confirmed a new Fable is on the way. Developed by Playground Games, the studio responsible for the fantastic Forza Horizon series, Fable appears to be a reboot of the original Xbox game which released back in 2004.
State of Decay 3
If zombie survival games are your thing, State of Decay 3 should be on your radar. With a strong focus on co-op in State of Decay 2, it will be interesting to see what direction Undead Labs take for the third entry in the series.
Forza Motorsport 8
A new Xbox console is always accompanied by a sublime looking Forza Motorsport game, and it looks like the Xbox Series X won’t be any different. Forza Motorsport 8 should take full advantage of ray tracing, and is bound to satisfy racing fans who can’t get enough of Microsoft’s excellent simulator.
Tell Me Why
From the makers of Life is Strange, Tell Me Why looks like it will be another emotional rollercoaster. Releasing episodically, this interactive drama could topple even the best that Netflix has to offer.
Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis
Phantasy Star Online 2 promises to bring the popular Japanese MMO to the masses with its release on Xbox Series X in 2021. With unparalleled character customization and a limitless adventure, this one is going steal a serious amount of your time.
We finally got a glimpse of CrossfireX’s campaign, which is being developed by Remedy Entertainment, the studio responsible for Alan Wake and Control. In an explosive trailer, there are flashes of some gorgeous-looking gameplay and plenty of cinematic set pieces.
The Medium is shaping up to be an unsettling horror game, and its latest trailer shows off the game’s patented ‘Dual-Reality’ gameplay mechanic. This features lets the game play out across two worlds, displayed at the same time. It’s intriguing stuff.
Psychonauts 2 is almost here after a 15 year wait since the first game came out. This trailer is predictably bonkers and is probably reminds people of what they experienced in the 70s, if you know what we mean…
A 3D action platformer from developer Square Enix, Balan Wonderworld lets you use the powers of 80 different costumes to overcome labyrinth stages and challenges. Colorful, wacky and fun for all the family, this could be a sleeper hit.
As Dusk Falls
Experience an original interactive drama with a striking art direction. As Dusk Falls follows the entangled lives of two families across thirty years. You can expect plenty of twists and turns in this one.
A turn-based adventure game coming to Xbox Series X and Xbox One in 2021, Echo Generation has a unique graphical style and a thumping soundtrack. We’re keeping our eye on this one.
First announced at XO19, Everwild is the brand new IP from Rare that promises an unforgettable experience in a natural and magical world. Hot of the success of Sea of Thieves, we’ve got high hopes for this one.
From the creators of SteamWorld, Gunk sees you embark on an adventure in a vast and alien world. You’ll encounter menacing enemies, head-scratching puzzles and more in your quest to save a forgotten planet.
The award-winning Stalker franchise is coming to Xbox Series X. Stalker 2 should feature the non-linear storyline players are used to, and role-playing gameplay elements in a post-apocalyptic world. Keep your eye on this one.
Tetris Effect: Connected
Music, colorful graphics, and Tetris – what more do you need? Tetris Effect Connected brings the classic puzzle game to Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Windows 10 PC.
Warhammer 40,000: Darktide
Warhammer 40,000: Darktide is a new four-player co-op action game that will pit players against hordes of enemies. Set in the hive city of Tertium, you’ll be lucky to make it out alive.
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