Here’s the full lineup of games coming to the Xbox One Games Store between 24–28 April, 2017.
There’s a modest list of titles coming to the Xbox One store in the next week, but thankfully the quality looks high across the board.
Tuesday sees the release of Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3, the third game in CI Games’ series of first person tactical shooters. The game has received a significant bump in scope and budget over its predecessor, and preview builds have looked very promising. One to watch.
It’s joined by two other sequels in the shape of survival horror game Outlast 2, and Syberia 3, the latest in Microïds cult adventure series.
The week’s most anticipated release is probably Tarsier Studios’ creepy platform adventure, Little Nightmares. The game has received warm reviews from all corners, with Eurogamer calling it “a potent contribution to the thriving genre of philosophical platformers.”
Here’s the full rundown:
Xbox One Game Store releases for 24–28 April, 2017
Tuesday 25 April, 2017
- Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3
- Outlast 2
- Syberia 3
- Valhalla Hills
Friday 28 April, 2017
- Little Nightmares
- Lost Grimoires: Stolen Kingdom
Find out which games are coming to the PlayStation Store, and check back on Monday for the latest Nintendo eShop releases.
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