In a serious search for the new Xbox One? Wait is over now. Whether you are the owner of the old school Xbox One S, the Alpha Xbox One X console, or the streamlined Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, you’ll need a library packed with the best Xbox One games to make the most of Microsoft’s console. If you are looking for the best and most popular games, your list is here:
- The Outer Worlds
If you are looking for more first-person shooters imbued with RPG elements, Obsidian’s latest title will be your personal favorite. The developer of the game was behind Fallout: New Vegas which makes The Outer Worlds equally rich with memorable characters, a story with stakes, and huge stock of fun guns and skills to flourish your gaming vibes.
2. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, developed by FromSoftware, may inspire your vibes. This is a game for punishes you for your smallest mistakes, and reward you handsomely for perfecting enemy patterns and level layouts. Based in feudal Japan, this game incorporates a deep give-and-take parry system that makes combat more nail-biting, strategic, and more welcoming to newcomers than Dark Souls’ stat-heavy progression.
3. Gears 5
Gears 5 is so far the best in the franchise. Gears 5 presents an amazing campaign that can be played with a friend on the couch or over the internet, and as expected, the multiplayer delivers plenty of modes that should keep you entertained for a while.
4. Apex Legends
Developed by Respawn Entertainment and set in the Titanfall universe, Apex Legends is a squad-based battle royale shooter. The team of three goes up against 57 other players to try to gather loot and be the last person (or squad) standing. Similar in design to other battle royale games, like Fortnite and PUBG, this game is a competitive shooter where you get only one chance to win the top position. The defining features of Apex Legends are its fluid gameplay, satisfying gun play, and character classes that you’re guaranteed to have fun experimenting with.
5. Devil May Cry 5
Within the first few minutes, you’re plunged into the game’s signature fast and frenetic action. And it doesn’t let up throughout its campaign. one that focuses only on what it does best, and leaves umpteen game systems and branching storylines to other games. Despite this being the fifth in the series, it’s welcoming to newcomers.
Control is the most cohesive, polished, and engaging game from Remedy Entertainment, makers of Quantum Break, Max Payne, and Alan Wake. As Jesse Faden, the player has to unravel the classified secrets of a top-secret government agency, gaining new super powers along the way, such as [redacted] and [redacted] to combat the paranormal Hiss. Jessie Faden, the newest director of the clandestine Federal Bureau of Control (FBC) – a Government agency which researches, and ultimately aims to control, paranormal activity.
7. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) is something of a reset for the bestselling FPS franchise – removing the frills of zombies, jetpacks, double-jumps and futuristic gadgetry for a grounded take on what military engagement actually looks like in the 21st century.
Modern Warfare is all about the gritty realities of war this time out, with the ‘modern’ of the ‘Modern Warfare’ title referring to the gear, weapons and gadgetry being used today in the Middle East and Russia, rather than the far-flung fantasies of science fiction.