Xbox Series X launch titles have been steadily revealed since the next-generation console's announcement. There are seven in total, including some major names and popular titles worldwide. Below you'll find a full list of all the titles currently confirmed for launch with the Xbox Series X.
The Xbox Series X and smaller Xbox Series S are currently available for pre-order. Series X is slated for a Nov. 10, 2020 release.
Xbox Series X Launch Titles: Full List
1. Assassin's Creed: Valhalla
Assassin's Creed: Valhalla is the latest in the Assassin's Creed series, developed by Ubisoft. It takes place during a fictional conflict between a civilization most commonly referred to as the Vikings and what is most likely a stand-in for the European Britons. It is the 12th major installment in the franchise.
2. Destiny 2: Beyond Light
Destiny 2: Beyond Light is the latest major expansion to the Destiny 2 series. It focuses in on a frigid world that is, truly "beyond light." Beyond Light is slated to be released alongside the next-gen console.
3. Dirt 5
Dirt 5 is a brand new racing game developed and published by studio Codemasters. It is a part of the Colin McRae Rally franchise and is technically the 8th game to carry "Dirt" in the title.
The highly popular battle royale from Epic Games, Fortnite, will be making its Xbox Series X debut alongside the console upon its release.
5. Gears Tactics
Gears Tactics is a turn-based strategy game, acting as a spin-off of the original Gears of War series. It was developed by studio Splash Damage in collaboration with The Coalition and published by Xbox Game Studios. It had already been released for Microsoft Windows on Apr. 28.
6. Tetris Effect: Connected
Tetris Effect: Connected was developed by Japanese studios Resonair and Monstars and later published by Enhance Games. Originally, it released as a PlayStation exclusive title in 2018. It will be making the jump to Xbox this year alongside the Series X.
7. Yakuza: Like a Dragon
Yakuza: Like a Dragon is the latest installment in the Yakuza series, developed and published by SEGA. It was originally released in Japan and exclusively for the PlayStation 4, but will be making the jump to the Xbox Series X.