Undoubtedly the biggest title not making an appearance for Microsoft will be Halo Infinite, which has been delayed to 2021. Even then, there’s still quite the selection that Xbox fans can look forward to, apart of course from the whole catalog of games from backwards compatibility and Game Pass, which recently added EA Play as part of the service at no extra cost.
Here’s the updated list of launch titles for the Xbox Series X and Series S:
- Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
- Watch Dogs: Legion
- Destiny 2: Beyond Light
- Yakuza Like a Dragon
- Gears Tactics
- Dirt 5
- Tetris Connected
Of course, some of the already released games like NBA 2K21 and Marvel’s Avengers will be boosting the launch lineup as well. Next gen upgrades for The Witcher 3 and Control may also come in by the release date, if not a bit later.
Some of the bigger titles that will release shortly after the Series X and Series S release date will be Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Cyberpunk 2077, so users may opt to immediately purchase the next-gen versions of these games right off the bat.
The Xbox Series X and Series S will release on November 10 for $499 and $299 (around PHP25,000 and PHP15,000) respectively.