Microsoft wrapped up its highly anticipated Xbox Games Showcase digital event, taking the wraps off of a bunch of games and officially confirming several others.
These next-generation titles will grace both the upcoming Xbox Series X and PC.
And are led by Halo: Infinite, which got the most screen time at the event with both a trailer and our first look at the single player campaign. But the company also had a ton of third-party titles from partners to show off that will be coming to Xbox and Windows 10 over the coming months and years.
These have been recapped on the official Xbox blog.
You can catch the full show below:
As for the games that were shown off, we have Halo: Infinite, Forza Motorsport, Fable, as the big guns that the company is developing internally.
And an enhanced edition of Ori and the Will of the Wisps that now supports 4K 120fps gameplay in HDR.
Then there are titles like State of Decay 3, Everwild, Tell Me Why, Grounded, Avowed, As Dusk Falls, Psychonauts 2 that we have known about at varying levels. These are accompanied by unveils of EXOMECHA, Echo Generation, Hello Neighbor 2, and Balan Wonderworld 2.
Cinematic trailers along with gameplay clips of all these are up on the official Xbox YouTube channel for your viewing pleasure.
Microsoft also put up this short compilation of the announcements:
Many of these upcoming games are being developed for Xbox Series X and Windows PCs, though some will also become available for the Xbox One line of consoles. A majority of these titles will also hit Xbox Game Pass and very likely, the xCloud game streaming service.