All the new and upcoming Xbox Series X games confirmed to launch this year, and further afield
Create the legend of the Saints from the start in this origin story. Make your mark in the city of Santo Ileso as you take on decisions that will shape the future of the infamous gang.
The big story beat of this open-world action RPG is that Batman is dead, leaving the Gotham Knights (Robin, Batgirl, Nightwing, and Red Hood) to protect the city.
A highly-anticipated sequel that will see players returning to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. This time around it's even more dangerous, filled with mutants, anomalies, and a whole load of radiation.
Prepare for spell-based puzzles, exploration of Hogwarts castle, and broom-flying sections in this open-world RPG set long before Mr. Potter ever opened a magic book.
We don't know much about Bethesda's epic new IP. All we have to go on as to what the game is that it's a sci-fi RPG set somewhere in space, and you can play as whoever you want to be.
Rocksteady is taking a break from the Bat for a co-op action game where Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang, and King Shark have to take on Superman, if the trailer is to be believed. Gulp.
Alan Wake is back at long, long last, some 11 years after the original game's release. Remedy is bringing back our favorite writer for a sequel, but this time it's going to be a true survival horror title.
The surprise sequel to Hellblade was revealed alongside the Xbox Series X itself. All we know so far? It's ludicriously good looking and has at least one mightily miffed troll.
It's a long way off, but we're still ridiculously overexcited for the next Mass Effect. Seemingly picking up after the events of Mass Effect 3, we'll be seeing some old faces return.
Very much a reboot for the series under new developer Playground Games, this new Fable still channels the original games with fantastical creatures and wondrous places.
Whatever form Everwild's world takes, it's filled with colorful and fantastical creatures that interact with humans cautiously in a slightly otherworldly setting.
This is a refresh for the racing series that's currently early in development. It'll run at 4K, 60fps and focus on delivering a dynamic, connected world.