Exclusive Xbox Series X games that you can look forward to

Many exclusive and exciting games for the Xbox Series X have been announced as the release of the console has been scheduled for November 10.  With the available list, people can start making plans as they now have an idea of how many exclusive games they can get on the console and the quality of those games.


The major advantage of exclusive games is that they are built for the console. Hence, players will enjoy all the powers of the console when it comes to playing such a game. For the Xbox Series X, the major benefit will be the superior graphic quality of the console, especially when it is used with a display that can project the console’s graphical quality. While some non-exclusive Xbox Series X game is optimized for Xbox, others are going to compromise a bit on certain features so that they don’t have to create different versions for Xbox Series X, Sony PS 5, PC, and other platforms on which they might want to deploy the games. Some of the exclusive games that have been announced are discussed subsequently.


The game is developed by Obsidian and is going to be exclusive to the Xbox. The game is going to include some expansion to the outer world. It is expected to be an RPG game that is expansive. Players will be able to dual with spells and weapons in a style that would be similar to Skyrim.

Halo Infinite

Halo Infinite is one of the first titles that was confirmed for the Xbox Series X by Microsoft. Even though it was initially expected to be launched on the same date the console was going to be launched, it was later revealed that the game will be released in 2021. It is going to be an exclusive game that can be accessed after a one-off payment. You can read Halo Infinite game review to know more about what to expect from the game.


CrossfireX was first announced in 2019 and the new glimpse for Xbox has made it a game that many Xbox fans are looking forward to. The game is likely to feature a classic over-the-top FPS fare, a villainous plot that the player will need to stop, stealth, wingsuits, armour and fancy equipment. It is a new title that will be developed by Remedy Entertainment.

Echo Generation

This game was the first new game for Xbox Series X that was shown off in the showcase for Xbox games. The game was shown during the pre-show for the showcase as opposed to while the event was going on. It is an adventure game that is turn-based. The game is developed by the Cococucumber game studio and has a release date scheduled for 2021. Some of the things to expect from the game include robots, meteorites as well as other supernatural and weird things to be encountered by the player. Other features include cabins in the wood and a soundtrack that is synth-heavy.


Everwild was announced during XO19. It is an original title by Rare and has been confirmed to be one of the games that will be available for Xbox Series X. The game features a clear environmental angle as well as an art style that is gorgeously cel-shaded. It is expected to feature some fantastical creatures that live in the game’s local ecosystem. Even though there is little information about Everwild, it is expected to give players meaningful, engaging and memorable experiences.


The game is promoted as a competitive free to play the first-person online shooter game. The player will be expected to fight mechs and massive robot bosses. There is also the unique battle royale mode the game is expected to feature. The game by TwistedRed is expected to be released in 2021.


Fable is developed by Playground Games and expected for release in 2022. The game is among Xbox Showcase biggest announcement as it was the last game whose brief teaser was played. It shows off a nature-dense magical world that is full of frogs and fairies. The game looks like its name and looks like it would be a reboot as opposed to a sequel to earlier versions. It is expected to be a great game that players across the world would enjoy.

There are several other Xbox exclusive games that players can look forward to including Football Manager 2021, Forza Horizon 4, Forza Motorsport 8, Gears 5, Gears Tactics, Grounded, Hello Neighbor 2, Martha is Dead, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, Orphan of the Machine, Project Mara, Samurai Showdown, Scorn, Sea of Thieves, Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II, Sate of Decay 3, The Ascent, and The Falconeer.