Inside Xbox Event: All Announcements And Reveals

Xbox finally gave us a visual taste of what gaming on the upcoming Xbox Series X console is going to look like. The short event had a bunch of gameplay reveals, including the highly-anticipated next chapter in the Assassin's Creed franchise, Assassin's Creed: Valhalla. Here's a list of every game that was revealed in the event.

Bright Memory: Infinite

One of the biggest reasons why I support Bright Memory: Infinite is because it is developed by a single person from the ground up. The game has received various graphical updates and now it also supports hardware Ray Tracing. The good news is that Bright Memory: Infinite is coming to the Xbox Series X. 

Dirt 5

The gameplay bits of Dirt 5 already look phenomenal and this time around, Codemasters takes awaiting racing junkies to different locations around the world. The color palette of the game looks vibrant and you'll have a variety of vehicles to experience Dirt like never before. There's also a four-player split-screen mode. 

SCORN

SCORN is a horror game that is set in an atmospheric universe with odd shapes and forms. The game will have a non-linear story and focus majorly on creating an unsettling horror experience. Except for a cinematic reveal, not a lot has been said about SCORN

Chorus

Chorus is a sci-fi space-flight combat shooter that is set to release in 2021. The story of the game revolves around a central character who must use everything in her arsenal, including spacecrafts and skills, to free the galaxy from oppressing forces.

Madden 21

EA revealed the next-gen version of Madden with Madden 21, which is also leveraging the power of the Xbox Series X to present a spectacular sports game. 

Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodlines 2

Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodlines 2 is a long-awaited sequel to the original Vampire game. Just from the trailer, it is obvious that sequel is going to be demonic, gory, and fun. There are also major graphical and gameplay updates over the original Vampire game. 

Call of The Sea

Call of the Sea is a an adventure puzzle game that is set in the South Pacific during the 1930s. The game has a cartoony art style and the trailer itself shows off some of the more breathtaking moments. Your goal is to discover the secrets of a lost civilization after your loved one has gone missing.

The Ascent

The Ascent is a solo and co-op RPG shooter set in a cyberpunk world. Here, the heroes and villains aren't humans, but otherwordly beings. You belonged to a mega corporation that looked after your needs and now that the corporation has fallen, it's up to you to survive on your own.

The Medium

The Medium is a psychological horror game developed by the same studio that gave us Blair Witch. The protagonist in the game serves as a medium between the human world and the spirit world. The game's soundtrack is also composed by the legendary Arkadiusz Reikowski and Akira Yamaoka, who also composed the soundtracks for the Silent Hill game. 

Scarlet Nexus

Scarlet Nexus is an action packed, anime-style game developed by Bandai Namco. The game is about humans fighting against aliens that have descended from the sky in a thirst for human brains. It is up to the heroes to send these aliens to Hell and protect humanity.

Second Extinction

Earth is on the verge of going extinct as humans fight for their lives and the planet against rogue dinosaurs. Rally up with your squad to push through hordes of bloodthirsty and mutant dinosaurs and protect your people. 

Yakuza: Like a Dragon

Yakuza: Like a Dragon is all about revenge over betrayal. The action-RPG game, set in a fictional recreation of Tokyo's Kabukicho district, features a new protagonist. Ichiban Kasuga takes charge now instead of the popular Kazuma Kiryo. The game is currently available on the PS4 and it is scheduled to released later this year for Windows, Xbox One and the Xbox Series X.

Assassin's Creed Valhalla

Ubisoft also participated in the Xbox Series X event, giving us the first "gameplay" look at Assassin's Creed Valhalla. The segment was rather short, but it was enough to show off how incredible the Norse world and England will look in the upcoming Assassin's Creed game.

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