Halo: Infinite (Xbox Exclusive)
Introduction into the Slip Space Engine. A whole new Halo adventure, with little information on the game. Hopefully, 343 does a good job in presenting a better future for the franchise, then the last installment.
Ori and the Will of the Wisps (Xbox Exclusive)
Ori and the Blind Forest was one of the best experiences in recent years. With a beautiful game and amazing gameplay. The second one looks even better, with a much darker story to unfold. Super excited for the possibilities of what is to come, the images can only increase the desire to play this title.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
Demons and sword-fighting, what’s not to love. Not much can be said, as the imagery could be fun, but I wonder if it’s just another filler, with no story to fall back on.
Checkout the Bethesda Article for more on Fallout 76.
The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit
Checkout the Ubisoft Article for more on this title.
Crackdown 3 (Xbox Exclusive)
Crackdown is just a no holds bar destructions and comedy adventure. Tons and tons of constant playing and Co-Op gameplay. A game most of us have been waiting on for about 4 years.
Finally, the game getting ported with all its DLC to the Xbox One.
While it looks like a great game with many different and interesting concepts, last years video to me seemed a lot more interesting and made me excited to play it. Now it just feels like the older editions, for the first time, not to excited about this one.
Kingdom Hearts 3
Check out the Square Enix Article for more on KH3.
Sea of Thieves (Xbox Exclusive) Cursed Sails & Forsaken Shores
Is it too little too late? These are the updates to the game that was needed on its release, introductions of ship battles against skeleton pirate ships. This is all the updates I have been going-on about that should have been apart of day one release. Maybe they’ve learned that people need more than beautiful water.
See EA Article for more on Battlefield 5.
Forza Horizon 4 (Xbox Exclusive)
We Happy Few
PlayerUnknown’s Battleground (Console Launch Exclusive) War Mode
The new map and a snow map teased near the end. All with a new mode.
Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
Checkout the Ubisoft Article for more on The Division 2
Xbox Game Pass
Shadow of the Tomb Raider
Checkout the Square Enix Article for more on Shadow of the Tomb Raider.
Session (Console Launch Exclusive)
A new skateboard game, that at first it
felt like a true skate port, but what new can they add to make I different from all the previous skateboarding games.
Black Desert (Console Launch Exclusive)
Failed PC MMO, getting new breathed consoles.
Devil May Cry 5
Finally, a sequel we have been waiting for, a look of blending new with old. A true sequel and Dante with a robot arm.
Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course (Console Launch Exclusive)
More fun with a new female character.
Tunic (Console Launch Exclusive)
Super excited to play this. Reminds me so much of a Legend of Zelda game.
Dying Light 2
Dying Light has made the changes to gameplay and mechanics to better add to the parkour elements and story. Where each choice affects and changes the world over time.
Greatly teased, but is this a new story or just a remaster?
Just Cause 4
To see more hit the Square Enix Article and read more about Just Cause 4.
Gears of War Pop! Mobile
What is this? Being a Funko Pop! Fanatic. I want this game now.
Sounds fucking fun as hell. Super excited for a tactical game. Want to get my hands on this title as soon as possible.
Gears of War 5
Gears 5 story seems to finally be getting into giving the answers we have been seeking. What does the symbol she has been wearing mean to the world, what are the secrets lying beneath the surface and how does it all fit together? The game looks breathtaking with its visuals, lets hope the mechanics has gotten the same face lift.
A pretty trailer, again. A lot of information coming out from people who played the onsite demo, but first word accounts mean for nothing unless you can see the game in action. Hype is one thing, while the premise set itself apart from other games, it still leaves us wanting to see what its all about.