Scribblenauts Showdown and Darwin Project lead the lineup of games coming to the Xbox One Games Store between March 5 – 9, 2018.
The return of the Sribblenauts franchise is our pick from the games coming to the Xbox One Games Store in the next seven days. Scribblenauts Showdown serves up a generous platter of 25 word-based party-games that can be played solo, or with up to four players.
Also released is Darwin Project, a new battle-royale game set in a post-apocalyptic ice age from Scavengers Studio. You might remember the game from last year’s Xbox E3 Media briefing. Its unveiling there was done few favours by a super-annoying commentary from the game’s developer. That aside, its survival-focussed 10-player approach looks interesting, and may prove successful.
Also released next week is Kylotonn’s motorcycle racing simulation, TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge, and Frozenbyte’s fun co-op blast ’em up, Nine Parchments. Both games come with various Xbox One X enhancements.
Here’s the full rundown of next week’s Xbox One digital releases:
Xbox One releases for March 5 – 9, 2018
Monday March 5, 2018
- No releases
Tuesday March 6, 2018
- Fear Effect Sedna
- Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition
- Scribblenauts Showdown
- TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge
Wednesday March 7, 2018
- Nine Parchments
- Way of the Passive Fist
Thursday March 8, 2018
- No releases
Friday March 9, 2018
- Darwin Project
- One Eye Kutkh
- Train Sim World: Founders Edition
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