We've compiled a list of all the Xbox Series X games
we know so far that will arrive with or soon after the console's launch in Holiday 2020. Halo Infinite
and Senua's Saga: Hellblade II
are confirmed for the console, but although Infinite had originally been planned as a launch title, it's now been delayed until 2021.
Now that the Xbox Series X/S have been confirmed to launch on November 10th, a few more titles have been confirmed to release alongside it. For instance, Assassin's Creed Valhalla has been confirmed as a launch title
, along with the indie title The Falconeer
Several of Ubisoft's other, delayed games, such as Watch Dogs: Legion, Rainbow Six Quarantine
and Immortals Fenyx Rising
will all be launched as next-generation titles. We've now got release dates for most of those: Watch Dogs: Legion launches on 29th October, and Immortals Fenyx Rising on December 3rd. We know that EA are holding back their next Battlefield
so that it can take full advantage of the next generation's power and player base. We suspect that Bethesda's Starfield
and Elder Scrolls VI
won't be ready until the next generation is well under way, so expect those to take advantage of the new hardware. The same can be said for future Xbox Game Studios projects, such as Rare's next game Everwild, teased at X019
. There's also the other Xbox games announced over the summer of 2020, such as Avowed
, which looks like it could more than make up for the lack of a new Elder Scrolls game.
However, it's important to note that Microsoft are aiming at accessibility and cross-compatibility, so these definitely won't be the only Xbox games available at launch...