With numerous studio acquisitions, Microsoft has intensified the development of its own games. At the X019 event in London, the most important Xbox show of the year, Microsoft unveiled several new games, including new projects from Obsidian Entertainment and Rarely. In addition, trailers of the already known games were shown. All games appear for Xbox and / or PC – Announcements of upcoming Xbox Scarlett still retained by Microsoft. Preview of the most important games of the X019:
British developer Rare is working on a colorful new video game called Everwild. Not much was delivered yet. The rendering trailer shows a colorful game world in which bears seem to play an important role. In addition, the trailer relies on a possible co-operation mode.
Established (Obsidian Entertainment)
Obsidian is well known as a developer of RPGs that develops games for fans of the old-school role in the dihard. The foundations are different: It's a survival game in which players have to shrink and survive in the yard – against bugs, spiders and other adversity. That the RPG fans weren't necessarily well received, the developers were probably clear. They emphasized that Grounded is just one of several obsessive projects currently under development.
Tell me why (Dontod Fun)
The studio behind Life is Strange remains true to its line: Tell me why it's for the mentally ill twins. Also, Tell me why it's a narrative adventure game with melancholic sound that appears in episodes. Let's start in the summer of 2020.
Bleeding Edge (Ninja Theory)
The ninja theory is one of the studies Microsoft acquired in buying the misconception for 2018. Hellblade Investor: Senua & # 39; s Sacrifice is working on an overclocker-style internet shooter to be released on March 24th. Newly released was a trailer featuring colorful characters.
KartRider Drift (Nexson)
South Korean studio Nixon is developing family racing games that cannot compete with Mario Kart. This is also the case with KartRider Drift, a Free2Play game released for Xbox and PC in December.
Age of Empires 4 (Relic Entertainment)
Finally the first game of Age of Empires 4! Gamescom 2017 AoE 4 featured a trailer that showed only drawings – then it was quiet for the strategy game. In the new video, Age of Empires 4 is on the move for the first time – albeit briefly. Astonishing is a fairly light-colored graphic depicting soldiers, cities, and siege weapons. Age of Empires 4 introduced in the Middle Ages, as factions were confirmed by England and Mongols.
Microsoft Flight Simulator (Asobo)
That Microsoft Flight Simulator looks good is already well known. The flight simulator pulls its graphics power from the cloud. The new trailer does not provide any new information, but is – again – very nice.
Crossfire X (Smilegate, Remedy Entertainment)
EA has Battlefield, Activision has Call of Duty – and Microsoft will soon have Crossfire X. Modern Warfare has been developed by multiple Microsoft studios and will be released in 2020 for Xbox.
Wasteland 3 (InXile)
There it is then, the classic RPG: Microsoft showed a new trailer for Wasteland 3. The post-apocalyptic top-down role-playing game should also be able to play without knowing its predecessors, studio head Brian Fargo told X019. According to Fargo, the game has been in development for 3 years, even before Microsoft's acquisition. From Microsoft's money, among other things, the diagram and setting should profit.