E3 2017 | Microsoft’s Showcase summary

by Sammy Chan
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Dropping games like its hot

Apart from revealing Xbox One X, Microsoft also revealed a bunch of game trailer to showcase the graphics of their new console. Without further ado, let’s just jump right into it and have a look at all these shiny new games we can look forward to:

Forza Motorsport 7

Forza Motorsports 7, a racing game, was the first game Microsoft showed off with their new console. Boasting a “rock solid” 60fps and 4k resolution. The game comes out this year on October 3 for Xbox One, Windows PC and of course Xbox One X.

Metro Exodus

This game is bound to be out  next year for Xbox One X, Windows PC and PlayStation 4. From the watching the demo, there’s high chances that the game will be set in a open world. If you hadn’t play the first two, trust me you’re missing out!

Assassin’s Creed: Origins

Even before E3, this game has been leaking for awhile and today we finally got the confirmation for a new Assassin’s Creed game. Origin will be set in Egypt (as predicted) and the launch will be on October 17 for Xbox One, Windows PC and PlayStation 4.

Deep Rock Galactic

Pew pew pew – in space!

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds

This big hit is getting a console port and it will be an Xbox One X exclusive with added enhancement for the new console coming later this year.

State Of Decay 2

Based on the trailer, it doesn’t seem like State of Decay 2 will be offering anything new except for co-op and honestly, for me, that’s is enough. We see similar type of special breed zombies like the Screamers and the base building is looking great. The first game was really good and I highly recommend you give it a shot will waiting for State of Decay 2 that will be coming next year in Spring.


Crossplay, servers and most importantly – 4k! Minecraft in 4k #thedream

Dragon Ball FighterZ

Pretty much a fighting game.

The Darwin Project

Looks like a competitive survival game.

Black Desert is coming to Xbox One.

The MMO with really pretty characters will be making its console debut with the Xbox One.

The Last Night

Looks fantastic! Reminds me of Bladerunner.

The Artful Escape

Will be out “when it’s damn ready” according to trailer.

Code Vein sure does have anime vampires.

Whether or not “Anime Vampires” sounds good or not to you remains to be seen. This game was already announced; more info here.


Comes out on August 2, discover what isolation on a space station feels like and unravel its mysteries.


All them nostalgic feels and mmmm that saxophone 😉 This game will be out September 29

ID @ Xbox

A showreel of all the indie games coming to Xbox featuring some familiar selection like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Fornite, Path of Exile and many more.


Pretty and equally dark, Ashen looks like a rag doll version of Dark Souls

Life Is Strange: Before The Storm

Featuring Chloe before Max! So.. Chloe and Rachel. Episode 1 of 3 will be out on August 31. Check out some in game images here on the cover we did about the leak.

Super Lucky’s Tale

Dropping its VR feature let’s hope this game will be just as interesting. Coming November 7.

Sea of Thieves

Be a pirate of the open sea in this open-world online pirate game! The gameplay looks pretty neat.

Crackdown 3

I have my fingers crossed for more Terry Crews.

Shadow of War

More orcs trash talking, why not?

Ori And The Will Of The Wisps

Bring a bucket and lots of tissue, this game will exploit your feels.


BioWare’s open-world multiplayer in which your combat role is defined by the exosuit you wear. Confirmed for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC.

And here’s a quick summary of the games’ exclusivity:

  • Anthem – Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Windows PC
  • The Artful Escape of Francis Vendetti – Console launch exclusive
  • Ashen – Console launch exclusive
  • Assassin’s Creed: Origins – Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Windows PC
  • Black Desert – Console launch exclusive
  • Code Vein – Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Windows PC
  • Crackdown 3 – Xbox One, Windows PC
  • Cuphead – Xbox One, Windows PC
  • The Darwin Experiment – Console launch exclusive
  • Deep Rock Galactic – Console launch exclusive
  • Dragon Ball Fighter Z – Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Windows PC
  • Forza Motorsport 7 – Xbox One, Windows PC
  • The Last Night – Console launch exclusive
  • Life Is Strange – Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Windows PC
  • Metro Exodus – Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Windows PC
  • Middle-Earth: Shadow of War – Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Windows PC
  • Minecraft – Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Windows PC
  • Ori and the Will of the Wisps – Xbox One, Windows PC
  • PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds  Console launch exclusive
  • Sea of Thieves – Xbox One, Windows PC
  • State of Decay 2 – Xbox One, Windows PC
  • Super Lucky’s Tale – Xbox One, Windows PC
  • Tacoma -Console exclusive

Last but not least, Microsoft also confirmed backward compatibility support for Xbox games.

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