Every Video Game Release Coming Soon For Xbox Series X|S And Xbox One


As the Xbox Series X/S slowly approaches its two-year anniversary, Microsoft’s platform is gradually amassing a respectable library. Consoles typically do not start to flourish until the latter half of their existence, once cross-gen stops being a priority and developers can focus exclusively on crafting projects for only the most modern systems. The Xbox Series X/S has yet to reach that point, although things are moving in that direction.


So far, 2022 has produced a number of stellar games, particularly in the open-world genre. Elden Ring, Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, and Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands are all good-to-great, and they offer wildly different experiences from each other. While big releases have slowed down since the end of March, that should change the longer 2022 goes on, with games like Saints Row, Gollum, Gotham Knights, and, Modern Warfare 2 set to drop by the end of the year.

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What are the best Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One games scheduled for 2022 or beyond?

Please note the focus is on the North American release dates of Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One games. Expansions will also be listed.

Updated October 8, 2022: Over the last week, the upcoming Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One games were introduced to the calendar: Falling Out, The Entropy Centre, Shatter Remastered Deluxe, The Knight Witch, Wild Hearts, The Witch’s House MV, Police Simulator: Patrol Officers, Temple of Horror, Cobra Kai 2: Dojos Rising, Kao the Kangaroo: Oh, Well!, The Legend of Tianding, Missile Command: Recharged, Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration, My Fantastic Ranch, Need for Speed Unbound, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Shake, Prison Architect: Undead, JoJo Siwa: Worldwide Party, Garbage Pail Kids: Mad Mike and the Quest for Stale Gum, Commandos 2 & 3 HD Remaster Double Pack, Yum Yum Cookstar, Catan – Console Edition, Pnevmo-Capsula, Park Story, Lonesome Village, Space Roguelike Adventure.


October 2022 Xbox Series X/S & Xbox One Games

While September got the ball rolling again for 2022, its successor has kicked things up a notch. October 2022 is overflowing with huge releases, starting from the month’s opening week with Overwatch 2‘s launch. The hero shooter is free-to-play and has not enjoyed the smoothest of debuts, but anyone with an Xbox One or Xbox Series X/S can jump into Blizzard’s next entry in the series.

No More Heroes 3 and Persona 5 Royal will be making their way to Xbox consoles during the month, and sandwiched between these two titles are Dragon Ball: The Breakers and A Plague Tale: Requiem. The former is a 4v1 survival game akin to something like Dead by Daylight; while the concept is nothing new, it is a nice change of pace from the traditional Dragon Ball fighting game. A Plague Tale: Requiem will be debuting directly on Game Pass, making it as simple and cost-effective as possible for Xbox Series X/S owners to continue Amicia and Hugo’s story.

The biggest release of this stacked month is undoubtedly Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. Infinity Ward’s sequel is primed to continue the good work of 2019’s Modern Warfare, one of the stronger modern entries in the franchise. If COD is not to somebody’s tastes, they can pick up Gotham Knights or Star Ocean: The Divine Force, both of which release just a few days prior to Modern Warfare 2​​​​​​.

  • October 4: Alfred Hitchcock: Vertigo (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 4: Dakar Desert Rally (XBX/S)
  • October 4: Overwatch 2 (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 6: Falling Out (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 7: Dragon Prana (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 7: L.O.L. Surprise! B.Bs Born to Travel (XBX/S)
  • October 7: Paper Flight – Super Speed Dash (XBO)
  • October 11: Asterigos: Curse of the Stars (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 11: Eville (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 11: NHL 23 (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 11: No More Heroes 3 (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 11: PGA Tour 2K23 (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 11: Prison Architect: Undead (XBO)
  • October 11: Space Roguelike Adventure (XBO)
  • October 12: Bloodwash (XBX/S)
  • October 12: Unusual Findings (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 13: Asterix & Obelix XXXL: The Ram From Hibernia (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 13: The Darkest Tales (Xbox One)
  • October 13: The Eternal Cylinder (XBX/S)
  • October 13: Kao the Kangaroo: Oh, Well! (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 13: The Last Oricru (XBX/S)
  • October 13: The Witch’s House MV (XBO)
  • October 14: Cobra Kai 2: Dojos Rising (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 14: Dragon Ball: The Breakers (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 14: NASCAR Rivals (Switch)
  • October 14: Nickelodeon Kart Racers 3: Slime Speedway (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 14: Saint Kotar (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 14: Scorn (XBX/S)
  • October 14: Star Trek: Prodigy – Supernova (XBX/S)
  • October 14: Trifox (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 14: Winter Games 2023 (XBX/S)
  • October 18: A Plague Tale: Requiem (XBX/S)
  • October 18: Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 18: Them’s Fightin’ Herds (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 18: The Sims 4 (XBX/S)
  • October 19: Pnevmo-Capsula (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 19: The Last Hero of Nostalgaia (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 20: Batora: Lost Haven (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 20: Gas Station Simulator (XBO)
  • October 20: Park Story (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 20: Second Extinction (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 20: Warhammer 40,000: Shootas, Blood & Teef (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 21: Aery – Last Day of Earth (XBO)
  • October 21: Gotham Knights (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 21: JoJo Siwa: Worldwide Party (XBO)
  • October 21: Jones (PC)
  • October 21: New Tales from the Borderlands (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 21: Persona 5 Royal (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 25: Garbage Pail Kids: Mad Mike and the Quest for Stale Gum (XBO)
  • October 25: Miraculous: Rise of the Sphinx (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 25: Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 26: Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin – Wanderer of the Rift (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 26: Temple of Horror (XBO)
  • October 27: Commandos 2 & 3 HD Remaster Double Pack (XBO)
  • October 27: Saturnalia (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 27: Signalis (XBO)
  • October 27: Star Ocean: The Divine Force (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 28: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (XBX/S)
  • October 28: Charon’s Staircase (XBX/S)
  • October 28: Resident Evil Village Gold Edition (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 28: Resident Evil Village Winters’ Expansion (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 28: Resident Evil Re:Verse (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 31: Broken Pieces (XBX/S, XBO)
  • October 31: The Legend of Tianding (XBX/S, XBO)

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November 2022 Xbox Series X/S & Xbox One Games

So far, the scheduler for November 2022 is still in its infancy, but a couple of noteworthy projects are announced for the month. Amplitude Studios’ Humankind will be ported to consoles at the beginning of the month. Once upon a time, 4X strategy games were destined to be confined to computers, but that has changed over the last few years. Humankind‘s PC version performed well with critics, and there is hope that the Xbox version will be just as great. Flying Wild Hog’s Evil West has an awesome Western aesthetic and visceral combat, and it could be one of the year’s nicer surprises.

Goat Simulator 3 drops players into a sandbox that is built to embrace chaos, and silliness is the name of the game here. Following in the footsteps of the original Goat Simulator, which is still a fun physics-based romp, the sequel looks primed to be bigger and better. Sonic Frontiers will also be making its long-awaited debut in November 2022.

  • November: Clash – Artifacts of Chaos (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 1: LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga – Galactic Edition (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 1: Lonesome Village (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 1: Missile Command: Recharged (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 2: Shatter Remastered Deluxe (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 2: The Entropy Centre (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 3: Die by the Blade (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 3: Ghost Song (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 3: The Chant (XBX/S)
  • November 3: WRC Generations (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 4: BRATZ: Flaunt Your Fashion (XBX/S)
  • November 4: Humankind (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 8: Football Manager 2023 (XBX/S)
  • November 8: Sonic Frontiers (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 10: Dying Light 2 Stay Human: Bloody Ties (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 10: Police Simulator: Patrol Officers (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 11: Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration (XBX/S)
  • November 11: Yum Yum Cookstar (XBO)
  • November 15: Farming Simulator 22: Platinum Edition (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 15: Pentiment (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 16: Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 17: Goat Simulator 3 (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 17: My Fantastic Ranch (XBX/S)
  • November 18: The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 22: Evil West (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 22: Gungrave G.O.R.E (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 22: Just Dance 2023 Edition (XBX/S)
  • November 22: Ship of Fools (XBX/S)
  • November 29: The Knight Witch (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 30: Gundam Evolution (XBX/S, XBO)
  • November 30: Warhammer 40,000: Darktide (XBX/S)

December 2022 Xbox Series X/S & Xbox One Games

The Holiday season launches well before the last month of the year, but December is typically a solid period in terms of releases. At the moment, a couple of big games have been announced for the end of 2022, including The Callisto Protocol, Marvel’s Midnight Suns, and Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion.

These three titles are all highly anticipated and scratch wildly different itches. The Callisto Protocol looks set to be one of the more exciting Xbox games of 2022, and it should fill the horror void until the Dead Space remake launches in January 2023. Marvel’s Midnight Suns is a tactical RPG by the developer behind the XCOM games, which should, at the bare minimum, translate to strong gameplay fundamentals. Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion is a remaster of Square Enix’s PSP classic, making the story more widely available to modern audiences.

Hello Neighbor 2 will be making its full release by the end of the year, and the same can be said about Need for Speed Unbound.

Major Xbox Series X/S & Xbox One Games Announced For The Rest Of 2022

Some other games are scheduled for after November 2022 or tentatively announced for the year. Scars Above and AEW Fight Forever are just a few of the titles coming to Xbox before the end of the year, permitting they aren’t delayed.

When it comes to third-party games, 2022 could still get a few big hitters. Star Trek: Resurgence is an example of an exciting prospect, and that game is just the tip of the iceberg.

  • AEW Fight Forever (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Atomic Heart (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Berserk Boy (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Blood Bowl 3 (XBX/S, XBO)
  • BROK the InvestiGator (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Dinos Reborn (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Disney Speedstorm (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Earthlock 2 (XBX/S, XBO)
  • eSports Boxing Club (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Gori: Cuddly Carnage (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Instinction (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Little Devil Inside (XBO)
  • Party Animals (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Planet of Lana (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Project Golden Nekker (Platforms TBA)
  • Rocksmith+ (XBX/S, XBO)
  • RWBY: Arrowfell (XBO)
  • SacriFire (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Scars Above (Platforms TBA)
  • Sea of Stars (Platforms TBA)
  • Ship of Fools (Consoles & PC)
  • Six Days in Fallujah (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Sker Ritual (XBX/S)
  • Somerville (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Song of Nunu (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Star Trek: Resurgence (XBX/S, XBO)
  • System Shock (XBO)
  • The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (XBX/S, XBO)
  • There Is No Light (XBO)
  • Turbo Golf Racing (XBX/S, XBO, PC)
  • Turbo Kid (Platforms TBA)
  • Turbo Overkill (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Valthirian Arc: Hero School Story 2 (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Whisker Squadron (Platforms TBA)
  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition (XBX/S)
  • WrestleQuest (XBX/S, XBO)
  • Wrydsong (Platforms TBA)
  • Yuppie Psycho: Executive Edition (XBX/S, XBO)

Major Xbox Games In Development With No Release Year Or A Post-2022 Estimation

“Coming soon” can mean anything from a few months to a couple of years. Beyond Good and Evil 2, Diablo 4, Dragon Age 4, and Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 are all in development, but players will have to wait patiently to learn when these games will be made available to play. Projects like the new Bungie IP are still a long way off from becoming a reality; however, at least the studios have confirmed they are working on them.

There are so many exciting announced projects that will eventually come to the Xbox Series X/S, some of which have revealed very little information about themselves. Alan Wake 2, The Elder Scrolls 6, Kingdom Hearts 4, and Star Wars Jedi: Survivor are all highly-anticipated titles that could still be a long way off from becoming a reality, and these projects are just the tip of the iceberg.

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Rumored Xbox Games

Just because a project has not been officially announced doesn’t mean it cannot be discussed. Some rumored games, such as Gears 6, should happen sooner or later.

All these games are suspect to speculation and nothing more. Therefore, they should all be taken with a grain of salt.

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