All Xbox Series X/S Release Titles

All Xbox Series X/S Release Titles

Below are all Xbox Series X/S release titles, listed alphabetically. Only one is console exclusive, and even then only for a limited time. Here’s all we know…

Bring on the list!

Ark: Survival Evolved

Too Excited for ARK 2 on Xbox Series X (Console Exclusive) |

With the release on Xbox Series X/S, Ark: Survival Evolved comes with upgrades to terrain and graphics.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

Assassin's Creed Valhalla Available Now for Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One -  Xbox Wire
Credit: Xbox

Kill people silently as a viki- Wait. That’s oxymoronic. Kill people as a viking.

Borderlands 3

Borderlands 3 confirmed for PS5 and Xbox Series X | S with free upgrade –  TheSixthAxis
Credit: Borderlands 3

The third installment in a universally loved looter shooter. Grown Tiny Tina is reason enough to buy Borderlands 3. Not… not in a creepy way. Okay just a little.

Bright Memory

Bright Memory on
Credit: GoG

Bright Memory is a hack and slash shooter inspired by Devil May Cry. It comes out in episodes, and is also on mobile.

Dead By Daylight

Dead by Daylight | Nintendo Switch | Games | Nintendo
Credit: Nintendo

Dead By Daylight is a very popular asymmetric horror survival game, pitting four players against one blood thirsty murder slingin’ baddie. Popular horror movie villains have been included in DLC, such as Leatherface and Jason.

Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition

Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition slices its way onto PlayStation 5 –  PlayStation.Blog
Credit: Playstation

Devil May Cry 4 is, wait, oops. Sorry. Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition (Sorry, I mixed them up. They’re so similar) is another entry into a game series that’s basically the same game over and over.

Dirt 5

DIRT 5 - Codemasters - Racing Ahead
Credit: Codemasters

Dirt 5 is an offroad racing game, and has a weather system that can affect how a car drives. What’s surprising is that it has split screen… in a modern video game.


Enlisted Game Preview Xbox Series S Gameplay - YouTube
Credit: YouTube

Enlisted is a timed exclusive, which means it will be exclusive to the Xbox Series X/S until it isn’t. As a veteran myself, I am ALWAYS a big fan of a well made war simulator. Out of all Xbox Series X/S release titles, I am looking forward to playing this one the most.


Evergate | Nintendo Switch download software | Games | Nintendo
Credit: Nintendo

Evergate is a cute platformer that shares some mechanics with No Time To Explain. You shoot beams at gems that have different effects, and propel yourself along the stage to recover your memories.

The Falconeer

The Falconeer | Xbox
Credit: Xbox

The Falconeer is what you get when you turn the planes of Ace Combat into birds. Not only do you fight in the sky, but you also fight underwater, which seems counterintuitive to the whole bird thing. But hey, I’m not a bird, what do I know? Other than, like… math.


Day 1 Ready: Fortnite Arrives Next Week on Xbox Series X|S and PS5
Credit: Epic Games

Do I really have to say anything about Fortnite? Please don’t make m- FINE! Fine. Fortnite saves gamers from having to play with the squeakers, so it’s not all bad. I guess. *grumbles*

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Forza Horizon 4

Forza Horizon 4 | Xbox
Credit: Xbox

Racing games aren’t usually my thing. I have played two racing games in my life (other than Mario Kart); Star wars Episode 1 Racer, and Forza Horizon 4. I enjoyed both. Forza Horizon 4 has great music, TONS of stuff to do, and so many cars to buy and find. It also has weekly rotating goals and events that keep you wanting more. You could play the game without ever racing another human being, or do nothing BUT race them.

Gears 5

Gears 5 | Xbox
Credit: Xbox

Gears 5 continues the story of humanity fighting against the underground dwelling Locust. The story offers some surprising details and twists. Try it out.

Gears Tactics

Gears Tactics | Xbox
Credit: Xbox

Gears Tactics pretty much sums in up in the title. It’s a tactics game set in the Gears of War universe. It’s a prequel to the first game in the series and has direct tie-ins to the story of Gears 5.


6 Creatures You'll Meet, Then Eat, in Maneater - Xbox Wire
Credit: Xbox

Maneater is guilty pleasure incarnate. You play as a shark and, wait for it… eat people. *confetti, party horns* Don’t let the simple premise shake you, it’s fun.

Manifold Garden

Manifold Garden Receives Free Xbox Series X|S Enhancement on November 10  with Smart Delivery - Xbox Wire
Credit: Xbox

Manifold Garden is a first-person puzzle game where you basically have to forget everything you know about physics. It’s trippy.

NBA 2K21

NBA 2K21 | Xbox
Credit: Xbox

I’ve never been a big sports game fan. To be fair, I’ve never been a sports fan either. While I don’t see the appeal of buying basically the same game with just a different year in the title, I can understand why basketball fans are into it. R.I.P Kobe and Gianna (and the 7 others on board).

No Man’s Sky

No Man's Sky's big multiplayer update launches in July - Polygon
Credit: Polygon

I don’t think any game, even Cyberpunk 2077, will EVER have a launch as garbo as No Man’s Sky. I also don’t think a game will ever have such a wonderful story of pure, unregulated redemption as No Man’s Sky. Seriously. Play it. In the years since it released, it’s become one of the better space exploration/survival games ever made.

Observer: System Redux

Observer System Redux Wallpaper, HD Games 4K Wallpapers, Images, Photos and  Background
Credit: Observer

Observer: System Redux is the definitive version of Observer, a psychological horror game set 60 years in the future following a cybernetic apocalypse. It comes from the same team as Layers of Fear.

Ori and the Will of the Wisps

Ori and the Will of the Wisps | Xbox
Credit: Xbox

Ori and the Will of the Wisps begins directly after Blind Forest. It has overhauled graphics. If you’re a regular human being, expect to cry. Again.

Overcooked! All You Can Eat

Introducing: Overcooked! All You Can Eat | Team17 Group PLC
Credit: Team17

Another definitive version, Overcooked! All You Can Eat combines the base game with all of the DLC’s. You and your friends try to complete cooking tasks within a time limit, with some other challenges along the way.

Planet Coaster: Console Edition

Planet Coaster arrives on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, Summer 2020 - Frontier
Credit: Frontier

A console edition of Planet Coaster. *shrug*. It’s basically modern Roller Coaster Tycoon. But on consoles. They made it a point to delineate that.

Rogue Company

Rogue Company Announces Free-To-Play Open Beta, New Rogue - Xbox Wire
Credit: Xbox

Rogue Company is Hi-Rez’s take on the character based shooter. So it’s basically Overwatch or TF2 but with different *gestures vaguely*.

Sea of Thieves

Sea of Thieves | Xbox
Credit: Xbox

Sea of Thieves lets you become the pirate you’ve always wanted to be. Sailing the deep blue sea in search of buried treasure. Fighting other pirates. Getting killed by skeletons. It has it all.


Spacelords hits PS5 and xbox series X/S! | Spacelords
Credit: Spacelords

Spacelords was previously known as Raiders of a Broken Planet. Spacelords sounds cooler. It has a to-be-released episodic story, and otherwise is an asymmetric online adventure where you shoot, punch, and tactic your way through kerfuffles.

Tetris Effect: Connected

Inside Xbox Series X Optimized: Tetris Effect: Connected - Xbox Wire
Credit: Xbox

Basically Tetris: The Acid Trip. Think Tetris, but with a leveling system and a mechanic that allows the player to place multiple blocks at once, and a kick butt soundtrack.

Warhammer: Chaosbane

Warhammer: Chaosbane Wallpapers - PlayStation Universe
Credit: PSU

When the titans of Diablo and Warhammer Fantasy go on a date, hit it off, and do adult things together, Warhammer: Chaosbane is the result of their promiscuity. Point and click, hack and slash, gory bone-crunching excitement.

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Watch Dogs: Legion

Watch Dogs:® Legion | Xbox
Credit: Xbox

Watch Dogs: Legion lets you recruit and control different characters, all with different skillsets, and even has a permadeath option. It wasn’t received well, though.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon

Yakuza: Like a Dragon | Xbox
Credit: Xbox

Yakuza: Like a Dragon is the 8th installment in the Yakuza franchise. You play as a different character than the previous titles, and actually try to be a GOOD guy. Whoa.

Yes, Your Grace

Buy Yes, Your Grace - Microsoft Store en-GB
Credit: Microsoft

Yes, Your Grace is a role-playing game where you manage your kingdom and it’s treasury, military, etc. It is notable for devising a way to counter savescumming.

There you go. All Xbox Series X/S release titles. There are a few I have my eye on, but I don’t have an Xbox Series X/S yet. Thankfully, only one of them is console exclusive, so I can still play the others.

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