Looking for what games coming to Xbox series X/S in July? We are living in a new age where games release almost every day. It’s hard to keep track of which title to pick up or which title to be excited about, and we totally understand that.
July is a special month. Why? One, It is my birthday month and second, I have a list of 10 really good titles coming to the Xbox Series X/S this month. So let’s dive right in!
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Flight Simulator 2020 – July 27
I know you might not be into simulation games and that is totally understandable. The only simulation game I played was Euro Truck Simulator 2 and I did enjoy that. But trust me on this, when I played Flight Simulator for the first time I was blown away.
My hormones’ rushed, my heart stopped and I had an almost real experience of piloting a flight. The Graphics, the Content, and the fact that you can actually fly around a virtual replica of the actual world are mind-blowing. You NEED to give this a try once.
The game released back in August 2020 for the PC over Steam, Microsoft Store, and Xbox Game Pass. But, the game is now all set to launch for the Xbox Series X/S consoles on July 27.
Samurai Warriors 5 – July 27
The Samurai Warriors franchise, popularly know as Sengoku Musou is all set to release their 5th installment to the series known as – Samurai Warriors 5. Over the years, the Sengoku series has grabbed millions of fans around the world, and according to the developers, Samurai Warriors have collectively sold 7.7MCopies around the world in 17 years. The numbers speak for themselves and you should keep an eye out for this free-roam Open World RPG releasing on July 27.
F1 2021 – July 16
F1 2021 accounts for the 14th title in the Formula 1 video game franchise. Apart from its predecessors, the game will feature a Two-Player Career mode and in-depth tuning. You can also play F1 2021 with your friends online or using Split Screen, making it a perfect grab for those couch coops or settling your beef. The game is all set to release on July 16 priced at £59.99.
Cris Tales – July 20
Cris Tales is one of those games that never cease to impress you. From the incredible storyline to visually baffling graphics. Cris Tales personally feels like an art. And as the word goes around with the trailer, “On July 20, experience past, present, and future in this Colombian love letter to classic JRPGs” to which I cannot agree more.
The Ascent – 29 July
Exclusive the Xbox Consoles, The Ascent is a cyberpunk action-role playing game. Best part? I personally think 2 is better than one and you can play the Ascent either solo or in co-op. Your group has collapsed, you’re on your own and you have to bring down mega-corporations. Up for it? The Ascent can be one of the best games coming to Xbox Series X in July this year. Additionally, the Game is also arriving Day One on the Xbox Game Pass.
Watch Dogs Legion: Bloodline DLC – July 6
Oh, what to say about this one! Aiden Pierce! and Wrench! from the Watch Franchise making their way into the latest Watch Dogs instalment – Watch Dogs Legion and going head to head? Oh, tell me about it. In Watch Dogs Legion: Bloodline Expansion, Aiden arrives in London to accept a contract that concerns a private military firm and an AI controlling the armed robots. However, you are stuck in a quarrel between the Military Stronghold and Dedsec and end up having Jack, Aiden’s Nephew at stake. You can play as Aiden or Wrench starting July 6 by purchasing the Expansion Pack which is already included in the Season Pass.
Eldest Souls – 29 July
Eldest Souls is one of those games that a lot of people have an eye on. The game is Souls-like boss rush with Pixel art and nothing can make someone more intrigued by a game. With the lack of gameplay reveals, fans are still a little bit dicey about the game but still look forward to it. Eldest Souls is all set to release on 29th July 2021.