There are a lot of question marks when it comes to Xbox in 2023, although we’re waiting some answers later this month. The platform has a ton of really big games coming, but for the most part we still don’t know when exactly they will arrive. Still, for those of you wondering which games you should be watching, here are the most important current releases for Xbox Series consoles this year.
Hogwarts Legacy – February 10
Unsurprisingly, returning to Hogwarts comes first. Hogwarts Legacy is shaping up to be one of the biggest titles of the year across all platforms. Avalanche’s promising magical RPG that finally lets us experience life as a student in the world’s greatest school of witchcraft and wizardry is packed with so much potential that we can’t wait to get started on the adventure and enjoy it. be sorted into one of the four old houses.
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty – March 3
Team Ninja has produced many thrilling and memorable action-RPGs over its history and this year it will expand that offering with the dark fantasy title, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty. Set during the Han Dynasty era in China, this game sees a nameless, militia-less soldier fighting for survival in a land of monsters and men.
This is an announcement:
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – March 17
When Fallen Order arrived a few years ago, it revived a beloved series that was teetering out of control at the box office. This year’s sequel Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will continue the thrilling adventure that is the life of Cal Kestis, as the young Jedi navigates a world where the Empire’s grip tightens and the galaxy plunges deeper. far into the darkness.
This is an announcement:
Resident Evil 4 Remake – March 24
Spring is absolutely busy, and Resident Evil 4’s return picks up after March’s other two blockbusters. Capcom is giving the iconic survival horror game a serious upgrade, improving its visuals and performance, and bringing it up to modern gaming standards, while preserving the fantasy story at its core.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League – May 16
Rocksteady is trying a new kind of third-person action-adventure game, where the protagonists are well-regarded villains, but are the good guys on this occasion. Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will have players dress as Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang and King Shark as they are tasked with taking down Earth’s greatest protectors following their corruption by an alien force invasive.
Minecraft Legends – Spring 2023
Mojang’s blocky franchise is truly iconic. The creative game became a household name and even got so big that spin-offs were born. 2023 will see the latest in this effort explored, when Minecraft Legends arrives and asks players to unite the Overworld and fight against Piglin’s armies and the Nether corruption seeping from the Netherworld, all in a new style of action strategy.
Street Fighter June 6 – June 2
The fight scene is injected with a dose of fresh blood this summer, when the long-awaited next installment in the Street Fighter universe arrives. By bringing back a collection of beloved characters and seeing them battle it out in a series of one-on-one matches, this game is looking to battle for the highest fighting title of the year.
Diablo IV – June 6
Blizzard has teased and shared all sorts of details and information about this fourth installment in its long-running franchise, giving us updates on its ongoing development. Luckily, it won’t be long before we see how it all plays out in practice, as Diablo IV will debut in early June and serve up a demonic new story set in Sanctuary, filled with cool loot to hunt, bosses to take down, and more.
Forza Motorsport – First Half 2023
If you’re looking for a new racing title to occupy your time, Forza Motorsport is definitely on your to-watch list. Coming from Turn 10 Studios, this racer will leave behind the gripping open worlds of Forza Horizon in favor of the hard asphalt of the track and street racing scenes, for a simulation experience where even the most minor detail is of the utmost importance.
Starfield – First Half 2023
Possibly the most anticipated game of the year, period. Starfield will be Bethesda’s first foray into an all-new universe in 25 years, and should be incredibly impressive, if all of its promised potential allows. From 1000 planets to explore, to deeply customizable spaceships, to hordes of NPCs to chat with, and all designed to bolster the rich and spanning narrative – needless to say, this is going to be a really big one.
Redfall – First half of 2023
Arkane Studios is trying a cooperative multiplayer FPS. Redfall takes players to a sleepy town in Massachusetts, which has been overrun by deadly vampires and is now locked away from sunlight. Using one of many killers, this game asks players to get creative with the goal of using the tools and items at your disposal to chew up the soulless horde and save the city from a grim fate.
Lies of P – 2023
We’re all more than familiar with the Pinocchio story at this point, or so you think you are. Neowiz seeks to turn the fairy tale on its head by setting it in a dark Belle Époque world and using an action-RPG style of gameplay. The actual scenario? Simple. You just need to find Mr. Geppetto, however, that will mean surviving all sorts of nasty horrors and dangers that want nothing more than to end your story before it begins.
While the second half of the year admittedly seems flat for Xbox so far, there’s still plenty of time for more announcements, so stay tuned for more news and information.