Microsoft showed off a new batch of games on the Xbox Series X platform on last night’s live show, with only two pieces of work currently focused on next-generation platforms and disdain for the release of the Xbox One. Other games are xbox One/Xbox Series X double-fix and are upgraded to next-generation versions for free.
The Ascent (Curve Digital Studio)
Assassin’s Creed: Temple of the Spirit (Ubisoft)
Call the Call of the Sea , Raw Fury Studios
Cyberpunk 2077 (CDPR)
Dust Rally 5 (DiRT 5, Codemasters Studio)
“Scarlet Nexus” (Wandai-South Dream Palace)
Second Extinction, Systemic Reaction Studios
Vampire’s Escape Blood 2 (Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2, Paradox Interactive)
“Like Dragon 7: Where to Light and Darkness” (Yakuza: Like a Dragon, Sega)
These are third-party games to support Microsoft Smart Delivery policies. Obviously, first-party games support Smart Delivery by default and are automatically upgraded based on the target platform.
EA has its own free upgrade program, and the company says anyone who buys the Xbox One version of Madden Rugby 2021 before December 31 will have both the Xbox Series X version, but the upgrade window runs until March 31, 2021 – meaning that Madden 2021 players must log in to an Xbox X with their Xbox 2021 account by the first quarter of next year.
There are currently two third-party games available only in the next-generation version (Xbox Series X/PC) and refuse to be down-compatible, which are:
The thriller The Medium, which supports 4K and Light Pursuit, is a heavy SSD enthusiast.
Its development unit, Bloober Team, is a small Polish company with a similar technical strength to its size. Represented in The Witch Blair, Layers of Fear, And Observer, all three of which are released in Steam, and PC Dad should have a few familiar eyes.
Deep H.R. Giger’s true thriller “Scorn”, 4K@60FPS high-spec fog pieces, crowdfunding success for several years is still in concave shape:
But many people eat this set (especially in the industry), and there are few in the field of reproductive hole worship video games.
The development unit is Ebb Software (Belgrade, Serbia), which is released simultaneously for the Steam version and the release date is pending.