Xbox Series X game showcases all next-generation gameplay videos
The first ten Xbox Series X trailers were released during Microsoft’s live broadcast and gave us an overview of its console capabilities.
The event was our chance to see Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, Vampire: The Masquerade — Bloodlines 2, and a new Yakuza game running on the upcoming new Xbox.
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Some heavyweights were clearly missing, and Boot box Studios director Matt Booty indicated that opening games would be unveiled in July. In other words, we have to wait to see this Halo Infinite trailer, even if it’s the most anticipated Xbox X game.
Instead, the first feed focused on games from Microsoft’s external partners. The headline was Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla under Viking, but most of the Xbox Xbox X featured have been original titles — not a sequel or side effect from the popular franchises.
The revelations of the list of strangers weren’t quite as much as the viewers had anticipated and might not create the kind of hype that new Halo, Gears or Forza photos would make. But it’s comfortable to see that Microsoft’s partnerships are paying off with a variety of Xbox Series X games that (hopefully) will lead the console to shine.
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While last to be shown, the biggest game shown on the stream was certainly Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla. Norse altars, the aurora borealis, and longships, oh my! While we didn’t see any gameplay, this Xbox Series X game trailer showed off some exciting moments that we’re sure will make sense in the context of the game.
It’s a bit of a disappointing tease, but the YouTube video’s description revealed more about the game: RPG mechanics, political gameplay, raiding, and settlement expansion augment the signature Assassin’s Creed hack-and-slash gameplay.
The first game we saw asked us if we were seeing a new Crysis with its complex graphics and shooting gameplay. But Bright Memory Infinite is apparently a new title that Microsoft claims to have been created by a single Chinese developer.
We can’t wait to see more of this exciting and slightly confusing game after its introduction showed a futuristic cyber warrior slaying Roman-looking soldiers in a courtyard before getting into a DeLorean for a car chase.
Dirt 5, the next in the rally-themed racing franchise, seems to live up to its predecessors in track and off-road driving, according to its Xbox Series X game trailer. gathered, players will be able to adjust their vehicle to the tire size for better turns and better performance.
The haunting horror game Scorn was first revealed in 2017, but it should be exclusive to the Xbox Series X, apparently (at least for a while, as it also has a Steam page).
While we haven’t gleaned much from the vivid and grotesque Xbox Series X game trailer, we do know that this game heavily influenced by H.R. Giger is a shooter game with very organic and squicky guns and gore. Yum.
Chorus (Chorvs style) from Deep Silver and Fishlabs puts players in the shoes of a spaceship pilot with a lot going on, and we bet it gets its way out of a conspiracy.
With Everspace-style starfighter fights and the scary astral baffle directly out of control, we look forward to this beautiful and strange synthesis.
I hope you did not sit down to eat. This trailer for the Xbox Series X opens the long-awaited sequel to Vampire: The Masquerade — Bloodlines 2’s lifestyle with what appears to be a brutal scene of serial killings with hanging bodies and sculpted faces in a smiling smile (we weren’t joking!) Like an alleged villain dancing on Danny Schwen.
This sets the stage for the dark vampire world of a game that attacks humans, and it seems that players will be able to reach many superpowers as they plow deep into a masquerade party.
On a much lighter note, Call of the Sea by Out of the Blue and Raw Fury puts players in an adventurous shoe watching the paradise island for her missing husband — though he is mysterious and a seemingly mysterious threat (with a hint of Lovecraftian horrors).
Medium by Bloober Team looks like another game that is hard to classify in the context of Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice. We didn’t get much of this trailer, but it seems we follow the honorary milieu that reveals a secret that stretches from this world to the afterlife.
This is how we feel, anyway. You’ll need ESP to capture real answers from the Xbox Series X trailer.
Fans of Blade Runner, beware: The Ascent by Neon Giant and Curved Digital is a role-playing game set in a future cyberpunk run by the giant Ascent Group. Unlike Cyberpunk 2077,
The Ascent looks like a cross between a tactical game and an absolute double shooter with its isometric perspective. I can’t wait to learn more about the game, but we are really excited by the brave atmosphere of the neon lights.
Bandai Namco’s Scarlet Nexus looks like a Latter-day Bandai Namco game: a hack-and-slash set in a futuristic city-crossing world where anime-style heroes use psychic powers to beat evil flower planters with legs. Yeah.
Dinosaurs! Weapons! Survival! Great landscapes! Second Extinction by Systemic Reaction simply looks like drugs.
It’s a first-person shooter where you and a team eject hordes of dinosaurs, big and small, to “take over the Earth”. Sign up.
The next game is in the Yakuza franchise, Sega’s Yakuza: Like a dragon who seeks to personify the new hero Ichiban Kasuga as a pronoun Yakuza who has suffered a prison sentence serving his criminal family …
who betrayed him after his release. He anticipated the usual battles, street drama, and perhaps familiar faces, although the odd behaviors seem ridiculously numbered (someone literally shoots a space laser in our child Ichee) — something of a franchise known for his wild turns.
Originally published at https://www.globebusinesscenter.com on May 10, 2020.