All Confirmed Games For Next Xbox So Far

The list you've been waiting for
The list you've been waiting for Digital Trends

The Xbox (what we thought was called Xbox Series X) is official and we know what it looks like. But, what about the games coming for it? A few titles have already been confirmed for the next-gen console. Matt Booty, Xbox Studio's head also confirmed that the console will be getting all first-party Xbox One games announced or released before the end of 2020. Now that you have this sweet information to pry into, here are some confirmed titles that are coming to the new Xbox:

Halo Infinite

We believe that Halo Infinite will be the game that the Xbox will showcase a lot upon the console's launch. This shouldn't be a surprise since Halo is Microsoft's flagship franchise. The game will also be released on PC. Halo Infinite is developed on an all-new engine called Slipspace.

Senua's Saga: Hellblade 2

Senua Saga: Hellblade 2 is a sequel to Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice. The trailer for the game was revealed along with the new Xbox itself. There isn't much that we know about the game as of now. All we can say about Senua Saga: Hellbade 2 is that the game looks gorgeous.

Gods & Monsters

Developed by Ubisoft Quebec, Gods & Monsters is described as a "storybook adventure." The announcement trailer gives us an impression as to what the game looks like. Gods & Monsters is developed by the team that worked on the legendary Assassin's Creed Odyssey, giving us opportunities to fight mythical Greek creatures.

Watch Dogs Legion

The popular hacking series from Ubisoft now goes to London in Watch Dogs Legion. Unlike the earlier two Watch Dogs games, Watch Dogs Legion isn't focused on a single protagonist to experience the game. The world of Watch Dogs Legion is filled with a plethora of NPCs that can be recruited and played with. What's more fascinating about this fact is that every recruitable NPC has their own unique skills, abilities, and limitations. Now that's impressive!

Dying Light 2

Dying Light 2 takes place 15 years after the events that occurred in Dying Light. The developers have described the period of Dying Light 2 as a 'new Dark Ages', where people are battling each other just as much as they are fighting off zombie hordes. The game looks stunning and we can't wait to get our hands on it when it launches.

Rainbow Six Quarantine

Rainbow Six Quarantine is a spin-off of the popular Rainbow Six Siege, but it brings completely new gameplay elements and story. It is believed that players will be playing as one of Rainbow Six Siege's operators in co-op mode, facing mutated humans.


Starfield is a new IP from Bethesda that has been confirmed for the next Xbox. All that we know about Starfield is that game revolves around a sci-fi RPG that is set in space. Check out the trailer above in case you haven't seen it yet.


Developed by the team behind Sea of Thieves, Everwild has been announced to be in its early stages of development. Surprisingly, neither Rare nor Microsoft revealed anything about Everwild before the X019 event. The trailer for Everwild looks vibrant and filled with exciting creatures that humans can interact with.

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