Here’s the full list of video games coming to the Xbox One Games Store between 17th – 21st July, 2017.
It’s a quiet week for new games on the trusty old Xbox, but there is one title that’s an essential download.
What Remains of Edith Finch arrives three months after its PC and PlayStation 4 debut. The game is published by Annapurna Interactive – who have developed a very keen eye for top quality indie titles – and developed by Giant Sparrow, whose previous game, The Unfinished Swan, was a last generation gem. It’s a narrative adventure of the highest standard, and despite the short delay it remains a game absolutely worth your attention.
It’s joined by Gigantic, which you may recall from Microsoft’s E3 2015 roster. If the prospect of another hero shooter takes your fancy, Version 1.0 on Xbox One is free to download.
Also released is Conga Master – which also comes to PlayStation 4 – and the 1-4 player co-op adventure, Moon Hunters.
Here’s the full rundown of next week’s Xbox One releases:
Xbox One Game Store releases for 17th – 21st July, 2017
Wednesday 19th July, 2017
- What Remains of Edith Finch
- Moon Hunters
Thursday 20th July, 2017
- Gigantic 1.0
Friday 21st July, 2017
- Conga Master
- Fortnite (Pre-order Early Access)
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