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New Xbox Series X|S releases (May 10-14, 2021)

Mass Effect Legendary Edition tops next week’s lineup of new Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S releases.

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Mass Effect Legendary Edition tops next week’s lineup of new Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S releases.

Mass Effect Legendary Edition might not be the next-gen remake we secretly hoped for, but we are still looking forward to revisiting BioWare’s excellent sci-fi RPG trilogy. The updated visuals won’t find favour with purists, but retooled gameplay – particularly for the first game – and a wealth of add on content, should make amends.

There more alien environments to explore in Subnautica: Below Zero, the sequel to the 2018 survival adventure from Unknown Worlds. Again, much of the game takes place underwater, but this time, there’s a sizeable landmass to discover and explore. Expect some subtle refinements to the survival mechanics and more substantial narrative elements.

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Other new Xbox games include the full release of Hood: Outlaws and Legends and Death Crown, the striking minimalist real-time strategy game from Co5monaut.

Here’s the full lineup of confirmed new Xbox releases. We’ll update this list throughout the week with any late additions.

New Xbox Series X|S releases: May 10-14, 2021

Monday, May 10, 2021

  • Hood: Outlaws and Legends

Tuesday, May 11, 2021

  • No releases

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

  • Death Crown
  • Retro Machina
  • Rift Racoon

Thursday, May 13, 2021

  • Sure Footing

Friday, May 14, 2021

  • Exodemon
  • Karma. Incarnation 1
  • Mass Effect Legendary Edition
  • Subnautica: Below Zero

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