Today we are going to talk about every game coming to Xbox series X. Jedi fallen order is a franchise now and a look at the canceled Prince of Persia game. The Xbox series X is out this holiday season, yet up to this point, we’ve been mostly in the dark as far as what games we can expect to see. Well, the wait is finally over during an Inside Xbox stream, Xbox revealed 13 new games coming to the series X all from third-party devs. We just got a load more upcoming Xbox Series X games to add to the list, and there is some seriously cool stuff inbound.

Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla

Release date: Late 2020
Developer / Publisher: Ubisoft
Genre: Action / RPG

Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, you’re a Viking in that one.

Bright Memory: infinite

Release date: TBC
Developer / Publisher: FYQD-Studio / Playism
Genre: Action / FPS

Bright Memory: infinite, is a hybrid FPS melee combat game bright memory is already on Steam, this is the full version.

Call Of The Sea

Release date: TBC
Developer / Publisher: Out of the Blue / Raw Fury
Genre: Adventure / Puzzle

Call of the sea is a first-person adventure game set in the 1930s.

Chorus

Release date: 2021
Developer / Publisher: Fish Labs / Deep Silver
Genre: Adventure

Chorus is a space action shooter game with a little extra sauce on it.

Dirt 5

Release date: October 2020
Developer / Publisher: Codemasters
Genre: Racing

Dirt 5 that’s right, the fifth of dirt, a racing game starring Troy Baker and Nolan North voice talents.

Madden NFL 2021

Release date: December 2020
Developer / Publisher: EA Sports
Genre: Sports

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Madden NFL 2021, you guys know what that’s about and we also do.

Scarlet Nexus

Bandai Namco

Scarlet Nexus is an anime-style action game.

Scorn

Release date: TBC
Developer / Publisher: Ebb / Humble Bundle
Genre: Survival horror

Scorn is a non-linear, first-person horror adventure game.

Second Extinction

Release date: TBC
Developer / Publisher: Systemic Reaction
Genre: Shooter

Second Extinction is a co-op FPS where it’s you versus hordes of killer mutant dinosaurs.

The Ascent

Release date: TBC
Developer / Publisher: Neon Giant / Curve Digital
Genre: RPG

The ascent future dystopian RPG.

The Medium

Release date: TBC
Developer / Publisher: Bloober Team
Genre: Horror

The medium is a game featuring some psychological horror in an abandoned hotel.

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2

Release date: TBC
Developer / Publisher: Paradox Interactive
Genre: Horror

Vampire: the masquerade bloodlines 2, is a sequel to the cult classic RPG, it’ll have you plotting against other vampire clans of the greater Seattle area.

Yakuza: Like A Dragon

Release date: Holiday 2020
Developer / Publisher: Sega
Genre: Adventure

Yakuza: like a dragon is the seventh game in the Yakuza series that’s all 13 titles, now 10 of those titles are also smart delivery enabled meaning they can be purchased on Xbox one and will upgrade for free to the series X if you picked up the new console.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

EA Games

Star Wars Jedi: fallen order, is just the beginning of a new franchise according to EA games. EA CEO Andrew Wilson confirmed the news in an earnings call suggesting that more games including the fallen order sequel are in the works. Rumors of a fallen order sequel became hard to avoid after the game success. EA games reported last year that fallen order was expected to sell 10 million units and blew away expectations, now however this is the first official word that it wasn’t just a one-off adventure. Now this news comes after Fallen Order put out a DLC for Star Wars day which is a lot of fun. The challenge levels are great practice for that tricky lightsaber combat now what do you guys think of Fallen Order as a franchise are you guys ready for this let us know.

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Prince of Persia: Redemption Test Footage

Ubisoft

Ubisoft confirmed that a video for an unreleased Prince of Persia game that surfaced online this week was in fact genuine test footage of a canceled pitch. The video was originally posted on YouTube in 2012 and has flown underneath the radar ever since. Looks like Prince of Persia redemption was a platformer with time-altering combat. According to an animator who worked on the game, the footage came from the animation director of For Honour and it also inspired Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed 3 pitch. Ubisoft says no Prince of Persia projects are in the works as of this time, so, for now, all we can do is enjoy this footage of a game that might have been.

Smart Delivery Xbox Series X games

All the Xbox One games confirmed to be forwards compatible with Xbox Series X:

  • Cyberpunk 2077
  • Halo Infinite
  • Gears 5

Rumored upcoming Xbox Series X games

  • Battlefield 6
  • Beyond Good and Evil 2
  • Deathloop
  • Dragon Age 4
  • Final Fantasy 7: Remake
  • Ghostwire: Tokyo
  • Marvel’s Avengers
  • Skull and Bones
  • The Witcher 4