Every trailer and game from the Xbox & Bethesda Showcase

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The Xbox & Bethesda Showcase has been and gone, throwing trailer after trailer at us to preview and reveal games coming to Xbox and PC in the next 12 months. I mean, some of them are coming to other platforms that remain unnamed, but there was a real focus on having actual gameplay to show off Microsoft’s biggest first party games.

Also Activision Blizzard. Lots of Activision Blizzard, because Microsoft are not far away from its vast acquisition of the company.

So, for Redfall, Forza Motorsport, Starfield, Grounded, Fallout 76, Diablo IV, Overwatch 2, Scorn, Ark 2, Persona (!), an appearance by Hideo Kojima and a bunch of other games, scroll on to see on the trailers. I think almost everything is coming to Xbox Game Pass too.

See the vampiric Redfall gameplay reveal video

Hollow Knight: Silksong will be coming to Xbox, and it’s in Xbox Game Pass on day one.

High on Life is coming from those daft Rick & Morty fellows.

Riot Games titles and various in-game perks will be bundled in with Xbox Game Pass for PC and mobile.

A Plague Tale: Requiem gets a new gameplay trailer

Forza Motorsport is coming Spring 2023 – see the gameplay reveal here

Microsoft Flight Simulator 40th Anniversary coming, Halo Infinite DLC out now

Overwatch 2 goes free-to-play with October launch

Ara: History Untold aims to evolve the historical turn-based grand strategy genre. Play it via Xbox Insider today.

The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle Chapter is out on June 21st.

And Fallout 76 – Expeditions: The Pitt will be a fresh narrative update in September.

Forza Horizon 5 Hot Wheels expansion confirmed for July launch

There’s a Vin Diesel in the new Ark 2 trailer. Day One in Game Pass in 2023.

Scorn gets an icky new gameplay trailer confirming 13th October release

Gunpowder and magic combine in the Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn gameplay reveal video. It’s day one in Xbox Game Pass

Minecraft Legends strategy game announced for 2023

Lightyear Frontier is a charming looking mech exploration, survival and farming game. Guess what, it’s day one in Xbox Game Pass, and coming to Xbox and PC.

Gunfire Reborn? Yep, it’s coming to Game Pass! It’s coming out in October.

Here’s the intriguing reveal trailer for The Last Case of Benedict Fox.

As Dusk Falls looks like the rotoscoped film A Scanner Darkly, with a branching narrative to explore. It’s out on 19th July 2022.

Naraka: Bladepoint comes to Xbox Game Pass on 23rd June.

Grounded gets 1.0 launch in September

Ereban: Shadow Legacy has been revealed, coming to Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC and Xbox Game Pass in 2023.

The next game from Josh Sawyer and Obsidian is Pentiment, set in 16th century Bavaria and with an illuminated manuscript art style.

Diablo 4 release coming in 2023, new class revealed

Sea of Thieves Season 7 will let you customise your ship even more in July.

Ravenlok brings twisted Alice in Wonderland vibes to Xbox and PC

Coming from Jeppe Carlsen, the lead gameplay designer of Limbo and Inside, Cocoon will take you to a world within worlds with a cosmic mystery to unravel. It’s coming in 2023, and it’s day one for Xbox Game Pass.

Wo Long Fallen Dynasty is a Three Kingdoms Nioh

Persona is coming to Xbox, starting with Persona 5 Royal in October

Hideo Kojima is making an Xbox exclusive

Watch the epic Starfield gameplay reveal – everything we now know

Phew! That was quite a brisk showcase. What stood out for you, if anything?

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  1. As Dusk Falls piqued my interest – hard to tell if it’s my kinda game, but the story looked interesting and i’m curious to know how the story branches work with multiplayer.
    It’s great that it’s coming to PC Game Pass, so much for the year ahead too!

  2. Cocoon looks appealing. I’m losing interest in Scorn though, it still has a wonderfully bizarre aesthetic appeal but the gameplay looks like a lot of back and fro thru samey-looking tunnels.

  3. Very much looking forward to Starfield. I really hope it is not too big and buggy though. Also hope it has enough to keep my interest it looks it from what I have seen but sometimes I find space exploration games a bit overwhelming then boring. Looking at you no man’s sky.

    Having just finished A plagues take I am also looking forward to the next installment, never my favourite game but good fun to play through all the same.

    I have an issue with Redfall though, I mean I am not asking for hyper realism in games but come on it is 2022 and with the tech we have can you really not have a person reach to open a damn door. I want to be immersed in a game and I can’t when it is a a floating gun and no hands or arms to do things.

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