Every Game Announced at Xbox E3 2017 Press Conference

Every Game Announced at Xbox E3 2017 Press Conference

Today at the Microsoft Xbox Press conference they announced 42 new games, with 22 being exclusive!  Each game brings a different aspect to the Xbox family, and welcomes new indie developers to the Xbox systems.

While some are classic games, there are a number of indie titles that have much promise.   Some attempt to bring a solid MMO experience to consoles finally. While others take established games and put a new swing on the franchise.  However, one thing is for sure, we are never going to be able to play them all unfortunately.

Without further ado, the games!

  • Forza Motosport 7
  • Metro: Exodus
  • Assassins Creed: Origins
  • Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds
  • Deep Rock Galactic
  • State of Decay 2.
  • The Darwin Project
  • Minecraft (Also in 4K)
  • Dragonball Fighter Z
  • Black Desert an MMORPG.
  • The Last Night
  • The Artful Escape
  • CodeVein
  • Sea of Thieves
  • Tacoma
  • Super Lucky’s Tale
  • Cuphead
  • CrackDown 3
  • Osiris New Dawn
  • Raiders of the Brown Planet
  • Unruly Heroes
  • Path of Exile
  • BattleRite
  • Surviving Mars
  • Fable Fortune
  • Observer_
  • Robocraft: Infinity
  • Dunk Lords
  • Minion Masters: Forced to duel
  • BrawlOut
  • Ooblets
  • Dark and Light
  • Strange Brigade
  • RiverBond
  • Hell Neighbors
  • Shift
  • Conan Exiles
  • Ashen
  • Life is Strange: Before the Storm
  • Lord of The Rings; Shadow of War
  • Ori, Ori, and the Will of the Wisps
  • Anthem

Microsoft has also announced that they will be bringing the Original Xbox games to the backwards compatibility program, showing off Crimson Rite specifically.  We will learn more in the coming months of the addition.

To cherry pick a few.  The Last Night looks like a pixelated Blade runner, and seems extremely interesting..  While Anthem is a new IP from BioWare, in which you are a Freelancer protecting a beacon of civilization from the outside world. CrackDown brought out Terry Crew for their trailer, which is extremely fitting for that game franchise.  There were some games noticeably missing from the press conference, such as Gears of War, and Halo.

 

All of these games will launch between this fall and 2018.

Former competitive Halo Coach, and former Microsoft Fan Boy. He is also a self proclaimed Star Wars Guru. He can be reached either on twitter at @OhMyApollo or [email protected]

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