ID@Xbox announces new YouTube series to highlight upcoming indie games

By Sean Carey,
The ID@Xbox team has announced a new video series to highlight upcoming indie titles. ID@Xbox usually announces some of its new games at the Game Developers Conference, but due to its cancellation because of COVID-19, the team are taking a different approach.

ID@Xbox Spotlight aims to showcase some of the new indie titles coming to the Xbox platform. A total of six videos were published over on the ID@Xbox YouTube channel. In the videos, you'll hear the developers themselves as they give you a brief overview of their games. Some of the new titles announced include Adios, An Airport for Aliens Currently Run by Dogs, Legend of Keepers, Project Wingman, The Big Con and Undying.

The first video embedded above contains more on Adios, An Airport for Aliens Currently Run by Dogs, Bonkies, Haven (coming to Xbox Game Pass), Spiritfarer and West of Dead (coming to Xbox Game Pass).

ID@Xbox Spotlight 2

ID@Xbox Spotlight 3

  • Bartlow's Dread Machine (Beep Games, Inc./Tribetoy)
  • Ikenfell (Humble Bundle/Happy Ray Games) — Xbox Game Pass
  • Lake (Whitethorn Digital/Gamious)
  • Legend of Keepers (Goblinz Studio)
  • The Red Lantern (Tiberline Studio) — Xbox Game Pass
  • The Second Chance Project (Cosmonaught Studios)

ID@Xbox Spotlight 4

  • Minute of Islands (Mixtvision/Studio Fizbin)
  • Project Wingman (Humble Bundle/Sector D2)
  • Revenant's Reach (Homunkulus)
  • Skater XL (Easy Day Studios)
  • Undying (Vanimals)
  • Unto the End (Big Sugar/2 Ton Studios) — Xbox Game Pass

ID@Xbox Spotlight 5

  • Calico (Whitethorn Digital/Peachy Keen Games)
  • Drink More Glurp (Yogscast Games/Catastrophic_Overload)
  • She Dreams Elsewhere (Studio Zevere) — Xbox Game Pass
  • Star Renegades (Raw Fury/Massive Damage) — Xbox Game Pass
  • SuperMash (Digital Continue)
  • The Vale (Falling Squirrel)

ID@Xbox Spotlight 6

  • The Big Con (Mighty Yell)
  • Ghostrunner (All in! Games/One More Level)
  • KungFu Kickball (Blowfish Studios/Whalefood Games)
  • Levelhead (Butterscotch Shenanigans) — Xbox Game Pass
  • Maid of Sker (Wales Interactive)
  • Mayhem in Single Valley (tinyBuild/Fluxscopic)
The developers behind Unto The End recently discussed how a publishing deal with Xbox Game Pass works, including how money is paid upon release and that there are no bonuses or royalties for playtime or amount of players.
Sean Carey
Written by Sean Carey
Sean graduated from Southampton Solent University with a first-class honours degree in Journalism, which he uses to keep TrueAchievements and TrueTrophies topped up with the latest gaming and industry news. When not scouring the web for the latest big story, you’ll find him tearing up the streets in Forza Horizon 5, or failing miserably in Call of Duty: Warzone.