Everything Announced For Xbox One And PC At Microsoft X019
The makers of Life Is Strange are back with a new story-driven adventure game, made in partnership with Xbox Game Studios. Tell Me Why stars siblings, one of whom is a transgender man; the studio has operated beside the advocacy organization GLAAD to give what it calls an “authentic representation of the trans experience.” This will be a three-episode game which will be released this summer on Xbox One and PC (including Steam).
Everwild will release at some point in time.
The new game from the developer of Sea of Thieves and Anticipation is called Everwild, and this is everything know about the game so far. The trailer revealed what seemed to be a number of player characters cooperatively traveling a vivid world full of wildlife. Rare said it is “focused on building an experience that allows for new ways to play in a natural and magical world.” Check out the trailer below.
Final Fantasy games are coming to Game Pass.
Not sure when, but at some point between now and the end of 2020, Final Fantasies 7, 8, 9, 10, 10-2, 12, all 3 of the 13s, and 15 will be available on Game Pass. Also coming at some point in that long wide window are Streets of Rage 4, My Friend Pedro, The Witcher 3, and… look, it’s a lot. A few other games, which include the new Definitive Edition of Age of Empires II and Rage 2, are available today. Microsoft will also bring xCloud game streaming service to Xbox Game Pass in 2020.
The Yakuza series is coming to Xbox One.
Yakuza 0, Yakuza Kiwami 1, and Yakuza Kiwami 2 will be available to Xbox One, and will be available on Game Pass in “early 2020.”
The original Kingdom Hearts games are heading to Xbox One.
That’s Kingdom Hearts 1.5, 2.5, and 2.8, and that includes all of them. They’re also releasing a demo of Kingdom Hearts III on Xbox One today.
Halo Reach is being added to the Master Chief Collection.
Soon, you’ll be able to get back into Halo: Reach on your Xbox One if you bought yourself a copy of Halo Master Chief Collection. It’ll also be the first game to release in the new PC version of Master Chief Collection, which will be coming to Microsoft Store and Steam. (Other Halo ports will be added to the PC version later.) On PC, you can purchase the whole Master Chief Collection bundle for $40, or just Halo: Reach for $10, it is up to you.
Wasteland 3 will be available on May 19, 2020.
inXile Entertainment is now controlled by Xbox Game Studios, it’ll, however, be out on PlayStation 4, Mac, and Linux.
Sea of Thieves’ next huge update is coming.
“The Seabound Soul” has a new Tall Tale quest as well as a new ammo type: firebombs and it will be available on November 2020.
Nexon’s Kartrider game is coming to Xbox.
Called Kartrider: Drift, the console version of the long-running Nexon game will come “first to Xbox” in 2020.
West of Dead is a new twin-stick, a top-down shooter from Raw Fury.
It is in an open beta right now running through November 25.
Bleeding Edge will be available on March 24, 2020.
A closed beta for pre-orderers of Ninja Theory’s upcoming multiplayer action game will begin on February 14.
The developer of The Flame In The Flood is coming 2020 to Xbox and PC.
It’s called Drake Hollow, and it includes villages full of cute vegetables.
Last Stop is coming to consoles and PC next year.
The developer of Virginia is coming up with a new narrative adventure game.
Planet Coaster: Console Edition will be released in the summer of 2020.
I think it will also be released on Xbox One, the name gave it all up.
New trailers and updates for previously-announced games.
Game and features revealed for Project xCloud.
Devil May Cry 5, Madden NFL 20, Tekken 7, and more games will be added to Microsoft’s new game streaming service, which is right now in “public preview” mode in some territories. Next year, Microsoft said it will make sure the service will be available to Windows 10 PC and support more controllers, including DualShock 4.