And finally, we look at some of the console exclusive games you’ll be enjoying on the Xbox One.
Tunic is an isometric game features a cute little fox embarking on an adventure through ancient ruins while battling monsters and uncovering secrets. If you’ve been waiting for a Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past style game on the Xbox One, this will likely scratch that itch.
Ori and the Will of the Wisps
The sequel to the massive Xbox One hit, Ori and the Blind Forest, arrives in 2019. Ori and the Will of the Wisps follows our hero on a new adventure with brand-new combat and customization options. More puzzles, larger-than-life enemies and another vast world all await.
Gears of War is back with Gears 5. Featuring franchise staples like local split-screen co-op and online co-op, players will follow the story of Kait as she seeks to find answers about her past.
Agents, it’s time to step up your boom! The Crackdown franchise is finally back with Crackdown 3. Featuring a massive city to kick-ass in alone or with friends, you’ll want to expect lots of over-the-top action and explosions. Plus Terry Crews is in it, so that pretty much guarantees it’ll be awesome.
And that’s our preview of the Xbox One game line-up for 2019. Without a doubt, we imagine more games will be announced as the year goes on, both multiplatform hits and amazing exclusives. And with the Xbox Game Pass offering day one access to many of the Xbox One exclusive games, there has not been a better time to be an Xbox One gamer.