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New Xbox Series X|S releases (December 28-31, 2020)

Here’s the full lineup of new Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One video games released between December 28-31, 2020.



New Xbox Video Game Releases

Here’s the full lineup of video games released for the Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One between December 28-31, 2020.

At first glance, this week’s lineup of new Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S releases looks a little quiet.

Scratch beneath the surface, however, and you’ll find some real gems – and surprising value – in this week’s new Xbox releases.


Bundles are the thing, you see. There’s the Sword & Sorcery Bundle, from Digerati, which features five RPGs for the cost of one. The real winner is the Digerati Presents: RPG Bundle Vol. 1, though, which features Sunless Sea: Zubmariner Edition from the reliably excellent Failbetter Games.

Sunless Sea is also included in the Digerati Bestsellers Bundle, alongside the why-did-nobody-think-of-this-before brilliant Snakey Bus, a game that mixes Nokia’s classic Snake with Crazy Taxi-like driving action. There’s also a horror bundle rounding out the Digerati offerings this week.

The only non-Digerati bundle games this week are Noble Armada: Lost Worlds, a strategy game set in the Fading Suns universe, and the Asteroids-like Back to Belt.

We’ll keep this post updated throughout the week with any late additions, though that seems unlikely between Christmas and New Year.

New Xbox Series X|S releases: December 28-31, 2020

Monday, December 28, 2020

  • No games for you!

Tuesday, December 29, 2020

  • Noble Armada: Lost Worlds
  • Sword & Sorcery Bundle
  • Digerati Presents: RPG Bundle Vol. 1
  • Digerati Best Sellers
  • Digerati Horror Bundle Vol. 2

Wednesday, December 30, 2020

  • Back to Belt
  • Cartoon Puzzler Bundle (updated)

Thursday, December 31, 2020

  • Minimalist Bundle (updated)

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