All The Video Games Coming To Xbox Series X


Despite the glum start of 2020, the year isn’t a let-down for the gaming industry. Avid gamers still have their hopes high for Sony’s PlayStation 5 and Microsoft’s Xbox Series 5. We are yet to see how many similarities both the consoles will hold but PlayStation 5 is likely to get a few PS-exclusive titles to its name. Alternatively, there might be Series X exclusive games, as well.

For that very reason, we have jotted down a list of all the games announced so far for the Xbox Series X. You will notice that most are gun and ammo related, 9mm ammo mostly, or the 223 and 238, with larger than life effects upgrade.Some are the same ol’ shooting games, while some are continuation of popular franchises. Take a look!

Halo Infinite

The Halo franchise is making its way to the next-gen Xbox Series X. While the release date is presumably the end of 2020, the space shooter game will also get a PC release. The teaser doesn’t reveal much on the gameplay yet gives away a few details on the game’s story. Master Chief will have to embark on new adventures this time, which will hopefully be eventful and not tragic.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed series’ latest sequel will see its release on more than one console. You heard that right. It won’t exclusively be on PlayStation 5 as the publisher intends to release Assassin’s Creed Valhalla in late 2020. There’s still half a year left to get a full view on the gameplay and the RPG-like attributes Ubisoft has added to the franchise this time.

The Ascent

A console game set in a dystopian world? Sign me up. The Ascent looks like a concoction of a typical dystopian game and Cyberpunk 2077 and we see how that’s not a fairly great deal. You get shooting games with evil aliens, futuristic guns and an innovative gameplay. Neon Giant isn’t here to disappoint.


The skin-crawlingly teaser of Scorn is an enigma for most of us. With no release date announced yet, the survival horror game is likely to launch directly on the next-gen consoles. The teaser also gave a glimpse on the gameplay style where it seemed as if everything around you in the first-person survival game is alive. From the gun you hold to the monuments outspread, everything is fleshy, gooey and alive.

Dirt 5

Racing games are always welcomed in the gaming industry. The Dirt series has 4 sequels already and adding a fifth one to the Xbox Series X repository surely sounds like a good idea. It will give gamers an idea on the gameplay mechanism of racing games on the latest console system.

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2

Paradox Interactive’s latest game is all about vampires, slinging guns and a supernatural setting. The original game didn’t receive much recognition and most Zoomers might not be aware of the game’s very existence. That’s why the creator decided to revamp it all over again and bring the vampiric lore to Xbox Series X.

All in all

In all seriousness, getting to know about the upcoming game releases on Xbox Series X only makes us more impatient than we already are. You now know the titles soon to be hitting the new console system but let’s see which ones will be hits and which titles will be complete misses.

Before you try out any of the aforementioned titles, note that some will have multiplayer modes. And to fully enjoy a multiplayer arena with your friends, you would require a stable internet connection. Consider taking a look at Cox internet packages if you don’t have any alternatives in mind. Another option is to upgrade your internet plan as competitive gaming surely demands a lot from your internet connection!