Microsoft E3 Conference

Microsoft delivered a solid conference by opening with the announcement of the new Xbox One X, which will be launching on November 7th. What makes this Xbox so special? Well, with backwards compatibility reaching all the way back to the original Xbox, this is sure to be a game changer for those who have been sitting on their old Xbox and Xbox 360 games. But with a hefty starting price of $499, some of us might be waiting a little longer than just Christmas to pick it up.

But Microsoft didn’t stop there. They pulled out all the stops with a show that revealed a large amount of exciting exclusives, footage from some upcoming third-party games, and a comprehensive list of indies that will satisfy your gaming needs until we can finally get our hands on Metro: Exodus.

Below is a list that we’ll be updating through tomorrow of games that were announced. As per our style, each link will take you to an article about the listed game, giving you the details you need to know, the trailers, and the release date.

  1. Forza Motorsport 7
  2. Metro Exodus*
  3. Assassin’s Creed Origins*
  4. Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds
  5. Deep Rock Galactic
  6. State of Decay 2
  7. The Darwin Project
  8. Minecraft
  9. Dragon Ball FighterZ*
  10. Black Desert
  11. The Last Night
  12. The Artful Escape
  13. Code Vein*
  14. Sea of Thieves
  15. Tacoma
  16. Super Lucky’s Tale
  17. Cuphead
  18. Crackdown 3
  19. Ashen
  20. Life is Strange: Before the Storm
  21. Middle Earth: Shadow of War*
  22. Ori and the Will of the Wisps
  23. Anthem*
  24. ID@Xbox

An asterisk indicates that the game is third-party and will be coming to platforms other than just Xbox or PC.