After the massive success the gaming industry achieved in 2017 and 2018, the next years seems really bright especially for Xbox One owners as a host of titles are announced for the coming years as exclusives and shared with the PlayStation platform. Thanks to third-party support in the form of Square Enix’s Kingdom Hearts III releasing towards the end of January and Ubisoft’s Trials Rising. There is definitely going to be a title for everyone on the console.
The most anticipated titles are Microsoft’s Crackdown 3, and Ubisoft’s Far Cry New Dawn. Crackdown 3, which the Xbox Console owners have been awaiting for quite awhile now and after facing several delays these games have been announced for an early release next year. Crackdown promises to be larger than life with a heavy emphasis on explosions and heavy graphical visuals to appeal to the masses with a host of superhuman abilities to aide the player.
A new cloud-based technology is being used in Crackdown’s multiplayer mode which promises a better experience and entirely new level of physics and scale of destruction. Details remain fairly sparse, but it at least looks like we’ll finally get Crackdown 3 once and for all on Feb. 15.
Xbox One Games 2019 Release Confirmed Q1
- Jan. 11 – Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition
- Jan. 15 – Ominusha: Warlords
- Jan. 15 – The Walking Dead: The Final Season – Episode 3: Broken Toys
- Jan. 17 – Hell Warders
- Jan. 18 – Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown
- Jan. 22 – The Council – Complete Edition
- Jan. 25 – Resident Evil 2 Remake
- Jan. 25 – Tropico 6
- Jan. 29 – Kingdom Hearts III
- Jan. 29 – Genesis Alpha One
- Feb. 6 – Overkill’s The Walking Dead
- Feb. 8 – Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 2
- Feb. 12 – Trials Rising
- Feb. 15 – Crackdown 3
- Feb. 15 – Dead or Alive 6
- Feb. 15 – Far Cry New Dawn
- Feb. 15 – Jump Force
- Feb. 15 – Metro Exodus
- Feb. 21 – Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy
- Feb. 22 – Anthem
- Feb. 26 – Dirt Rally 2.0
- Feb. 28 – Degrees of Separation
- Feb. 28 – DreamWorks Dragons Dawn of New Riders
- March 1 – ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove
- March 8 – Devil May Cry 5
- March 15 – One Piece: World Seeker
- March 15 – Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
- March 21 – The Sinking City
- March 22 – Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
Skipping forward a month then sees the release of Rage 2 from id Software. With a sprawling post-apocalyptic open world to explore at your leisure, a plethora of dangerous creatures waiting to rip your face off, and more weird and wonderful weapons than you can shake a stick at, it looks set to improve upon its 2011 predecessor in just about every way possible.
Moving ahead we have Rage 2 coming up with a post-apocalyptic open world to explore and dangerous creatures to duel with, and at your arsenal, you will have weapons so bizarre that can be used in creative ways.
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Kart games will have a showdown of their own as racing game as seen on the Xbox 360, Wii and PS3.This sequel to it features Sonic and his ensemble cast with their own unique vehicles, a selection of tracks based on locations from the series, and single-player, online and team modes on offer. Additionally Bandicoot, Crash Team Racing is getting a full remake. This also is a follow up to the original bringing all the favorite characters with it. Trailer for it looks amazing and we’re ready to take our karts on the track.
Xbox One Games 2019 Release Confirmed Q2
- April 23 – Mortal Kombat 11
- April 23 – Dauntless
- April 23 – Super Meat Boy Forever
- April 23 – Bus Simulator
- May 14 – Rage 2
- May 21 – Team Sonic Racing
- June 21 – Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled
- June 21 – Phoenix Point
Sadly, the Xbox One doesn’t have any games properly confirmed for Q3 or Q4 2019 releases, so we’re instead left with a rather lengthy list of titles set to release sometime within the year. These are games that could still potentially get pushed into 2020, but are currently said to be on track for a 2019 release.
The second half of the year still isn’t confirmed with titles but that does not mean that the current games won’t be enough as Fortnite is going to finally launch it’s Save the World PvE mode and if Fortnitemares may make a comeback during the end with some new updates.
Square Enix is looking forward to releasing the much anticipated Final Fantasy XII, a revamped version of the popular 1997 game that is made for the new generation consoles. Final Fantasy VII, IX, X/ X-2 HD Remaster and XII have thus far all been said to be arriving on the Xbox One within the year.
As always, Gears 5 will have online multiplayer modes to keep fans hooked long after they’ve watched the credits roll on the campaign. Once again, details are fairly sparse on Gears 5, but as one of Microsoft’s biggest exclusive franchises, we personally can’t wait to see what the next entry has in store.
And last but certainly not the least Coalition Studios’ is bringing Gears 5, where you will have to take on the Locusts to locate Kait’s family and connect all the links together. Though details aren’t available at this time, the multiplayer mode is certainly a part of it as one of Microsoft’s biggest exclusive franchises, the releases of these games is certainly exciting.
Xbox One Games 2019
- A Plague Tale: Innocence
- Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey
- Beyond Blue
- Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night
- Children of Morta
- Code Vein
- Desperados 3
- Digimon Survive
- El Hijo: A Wild West Tale
- Final Fantasy VII
- Final Fantasy IX
- Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster
- Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age
- Fortnite: Save the World
- Gears 5
- Journey to the Savage Planet
- Lost Ember
- The Lego Movie 2 Videogame
- Lost Words: Beyond the Page
- Man of Medan
- My Time at Portia
- Ori and the Will of the Wisps
- Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy
- Psychonauts 2
- Sea of Solitude
- Skull & Bones
- Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts
- The Outer Worlds
- This Is Pool
- Trine 4
- Twin Mirror
- Warhammer: Chaosbane
- Wasteland 3
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