Top 10 Upcoming Xbox One Games For 2014 – 2015
Below by Capybara Games puts you in the shoes of a tiny warrior taking on a mysterious remote island in environments that are randomly generated per player. The game is expected to come with a multiplayer mode and will apparently be high difficulty with permanent death. The player will be introduced into this top-down perspective with tilt-shift photpgraphy to make this very unique looking game. It may not capture your heart as the most amazing graphic masterpiece but it’s certainly beautifully artistic. We haven’t seen much from the Kinect yet and Kinect Sports Rivals was meant to be the killer app to get with your Xbox One at launch, unfortunately it got delayed. It’ll scan up your body and then capture and mimic your movements in no way ever seen before. The game will store your data and create you digitally to play against other players over and over again.
Quantum Break is a mix of live action videos and gameplay which will work alongside a tv series that will 1) impact the way the show is by how you play the game and 2) the show will help you learn how to play the game. You’ll get yourself some time manipulation powers which looks pretty nifty. It’s all mean tto be a new entertainment experience for Xbox One. The Crew is an upcoming racing game set in an open world recreation of the United States apart from unlike real America it’ll only take you 90 minutes to drive coast to coast in the game. With a 20 hour campaign you can choose to play alone, with friends or with matchmaking. Like the name suggests you can also form a crew with other players to compete in races and other game modes. This game got itself delayed until later this year but it looks like it could be a lot of fun.
Reports and rumours are pointing towards early next year for Konami’s Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain release. Ground Zeroes is already out giving players a prelude to the main instalment to the franchise, a mere glimpse at what is to come. Players who register Ground Zeroes also get hold of a DLC that will come for Phantom Pain hinting that if you come back early 2015 you can download it. Creator Hideo Kojima has revealed a new day and night cycle running in real-time and a new game design allowing the player to decide how the story goes and in which order. Halo is coming to next gen with Halo 5 but unfortunately it won’t be coming until next year despite getting itself a massive reveal at E3 last June.
The voice actor who plays Master Chief revealed that players shouldn’t expect anything until 2015 but that an anniversary edition of Halo 2 will be coming so there’s something to tide you over. Not much is known about the game so far but hopefully more news will come soon alongside an official release date. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt from CD Projekt RED looks set to be incredible but where ambition comes, so does a delay bringing the game in for a February 2015 release.
Set to be 30 times larger than the previous Witcher games and with approximately 100 hours of gameplay it seems it’ll be worth the wait and the devs say “We believe The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt will be an exceptional RPG, one of the best, providing many hours of wonderful entertainment.” With day and night cycles, realistic AI and responsive and dynamic environments, the force is strong with this one. Far Cry 4 is set for an E3 June reveal but so far we only have this little teaser image and some information worth mentioning. It has been confirmed that the new game in the Far Cry franchise will be set in the Himalayas and new features will be introduced such as the chance to saddle up and ride elephants.
We’ll have to wait and see what else comes out but we’ll definitely be keeping an eye out. Arkham Knight is the next in the Batman franchise and this time there’s a drivable Batmobile. The shining beacon of light in Arkham Knight has to be the integrated driving experience of the batmobile said to mirror the movements of batman himself in order to really get itself into the groove. Batman even has a new look, a suit more armoured than anything we’ve seen before so each side works together to create new experiences. This time round, Gotham is 20x bigger than that of Arkham Asylum and will create distinct areas so you know where you are such as neon glowing Chinatown. Your villain Arkham Knight is mysterious. This trailer should get you wanting more. Destiny. From the guys behind the incredible Halo series comes this game set in a post-apocalpytic world seven hundred years from now. You’ll fight the enemies to take back control of our solar system and it looks like you’re in for a real treat.
It’s been described as a game that is ‘allive’ and events can happen within your game that have not been promted by the developer, creating a ridiculously dynamic experience and one with individuality like no other. It’s a mash up of genres and it will also use Bungie’s hopper technology which you’ll know about if you’re a halo fan. It wuill allow better matchmaking so your coop and competitive multiplayer modes will be a very enjoyable time.
Scheduled for a September 9th release there’s a beta testing phase this summer to get involved in if you want to tide yourself until the big launch.
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