Continuing with our series of “the most anticipated titles of 2023” by platforms, in which we have already covered the best proposals for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 5, now we come to the Microsoft console. There are plenty of question marks on the Xbox 2023 schedule, though we hope some answers later this month. The platform has a ton of great upcoming games, but for the most part, we still don’t know when exactly they’ll arrive. Still, for those wondering which games to watch out for, here are this year’s biggest releases for Xbox Series consoles.
Hogwarts Legacy – February 10
Unsurprisingly, the return to the Wizarding World that began with Harry Potter and Hogwarts comes first. Hogwarts Legacy is shaping up to be one of the great titles of the year on all platforms. The promising RPG of avalanche that allows us to finally experience the life of a student in the best school of witchcraft and wizardry in the world is filled with so much potential that we are looking forward to the opportunity to start the adventure and become part of one of the four ancient houses.
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty – March 3
Team Ninja has produced a multitude of exciting and memorable action RPGs throughout its history, and this year it will expand on that offering with the dark fantasy title Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty. Set in the era of the Han dynasty rule in China, this game puts us in the shoes of a soldier with no name and no army who fights to survive in a land corrupted by monsters and men.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – March 17
When Fallen Order arrived a few years ago at the hands of spawn, breathed life into a franchise that was reeling at the box office. This year’s sequel, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, arrives to continue Cal Kestis’ thrilling adventure as the young Jedi wanders a universe where the Empire’s grip tightens and the galaxy plunges further into darkness.
Resident Evil 4 Remake – March 24
Spring is full of news, and after the other two big releases in March comes the return of Resident Evil 4. Capcom has thoroughly revamped the beloved survival horror game, improving its visuals and performance, and bringing it up to modern gaming standards, without sacrificing its fantastic story. We do not yet know if it will maintain the well-known dubbing that has become the “freely adapted” delivery of Spain, but it would not be the same without hearing a “behind you, idiot” at some point.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League – May 16
rocksteady is flirting with a new kind of third-person action-adventure game, one in which the protagonists are well-known villains from the past, although they’ll be the good guys this time around. Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will ask players to take on the role of Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang and King Shark, with a mission to take on Earth’s greatest protectors after their corruption by an alien force. invasive.
Minecraft Legends – Spring 2023
The Cube Franchise Mojang It is a true banner of the world of video games. The sandbox has become a household name for any gamer, and has even grown so much that several spin-offs have been born over time. The last of these will arrive in 2023, when Minecraft Legends launches us on the adventure of uniting the Overworld and fighting against the Piglin armies and the corruption that is seeping from the Netherworld, all with a new style based on action and the strategy.
Street Fighter 6 – June 2
The beginning of summer is marked by fire and blood in the world of fighting titles with the arrival of the long-awaited new installment of Capcom from the Street Fighter universe. Bringing back the collection of beloved characters from the series (and including a couple of new faces) and pitting them against each other in one-on-one combat, this game aims to become the best fighting game of the year.
Diablo IV – June 6
Blizzard has not stopped offering details and information about this fourth installment of its long-running franchise, and the progress of its development has been exhaustively documented and published. Hopefully, we won’t have to wait too long to see how it all plays out in the final version, as Diablo IV will debut in early June and will offer us a new epic and demonic story set in Sanctuary, packed with new loot to loot, bosses to fight defeat, and much more. And be careful with their versions on current consoles, because it seems that they promise enough.
Forza Motorsport – first half of 2023
If you’ve been looking for a new racing title to fill your time with, Forza Motorsport should be on your wish list for this year. hand in hand Turn 10 Studiosthis racing game will leave behind the flashy open worlds of Forza Horizon 5 in favor of the hard asphalt of the circuits and the scenes of street racing, to live a simulation experience in which even the smallest detail is of the utmost importance.
Starfield – first half of 2023
It may be the most anticipated game of the year on the Microsoft platform. Starfield will be the first foray of Bethesda in a whole new universe in 25 years, and it’s expected to be something impressive, if it comes to fruition all the potential it promises. From thousands of planets to explore to customizable spaceships, hordes of NPCs to chat with, all designed to reinforce a long and rich narrative. Needless to say, it’s going to be a very, very big game.
Redfall – first half of 2023
Arkane Studios tries his luck now with a cooperative multiplayer FPS. Redfall takes players to a sleepy Massachusetts town that has been overrun by deadly vampires and is now cut off from sunlight. Taking control of a motley crew of vampire hunters, this title asks players to be creative in using the tools and items at their disposal to take down the horde of fiends and save the city from a grim fate. Another who is looking for a place in the calendar before July 1 (does the may 2maybe?)
Lies of P – 2023
By now, we all know the story of Pinocchio, or at least we think so. Neowiz wants to give the story a twist, setting it in a dark world of the Belle Époque and using an action RPG style with many elements from the Souls and steampunk aesthetics. And the argument? Very easy. You just have to find Geppetto, but for this you will have to survive all kinds of horrors and dangers that want to end your story before it begins.
While the second half of the year is empty for Xbox for now, there’s still plenty of time for more amazing announcements, so stay tuned for more news and information with us, which we’ll bring to you instantly.