From Forza Motorsport to Starfield gameplay, here are the biggest reveals from the Xbox E3 2022 showcase
The scale of Starfield is staggering. The sci-fi RPG has over 100 systems and more than 1,000 planets to explore. The game's space-faring combat also looks hugely promising.
Turn 10's racer looks stunning, with real-time ray-tracing, dynamic time of day, an absurd attention to detail, procedural damage to cars' chassis, and so much more.
Arkane Austin's upcoming open-world co-op FPS is chilling our blood in the best way possible. The trailer's claustrophobic attic human-vamp showdown is nerve-shredding.
The big takeaways from Blizzard's shooter is that it will be playable this year, and it will also be free-to-play, set to go into Early Access on October 4, 2022.
One of the most anticipated upcoming RPGs, Silksong looks as fantastic as it does fierce. Team Cherry has also confirmed its sequel will will available through Xbox Game Pass.
Blizzard announced that Diablo 4 is coming to Xbox Series X, and gave us a first look at the action-RPG running on the new-gen hardware. It looks pretty incredible.
This sequel looks as atmospheric as it does moody, with glimpes of Amicia darting around beautiful rural landscapes, while evading and slaying pursuers.
Sadly, Ark 2 arrived at the Xbox and Bethesda Showcase with another CGI trailer – albeit an beautiful CGI trailer, rendered in-engine. Still, at least it's coming to Game Pass.
An action strategy spin-off that's set to launch in 2023. It looks utterly adorable, with Mojang building what looks to be a little self-contained world to explore.