Everything you need to know from the November Inside Xbox livestream

inside xbox november 2019 new releases announcements release date
inside xbox november 2019 new releases announcements release date

Xbox have kicked off their X019 event with a spectacular Inside Xbox stream, which was jam-packed with first looks at brand new games, fresh gameplay teasers for those we already knew about, and a slew of release date reveals too.

But don’t worry if you missed the livestream – we’re here with a handy recap to get you up to speed with the biggest announcements of the night.

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Xbox have kicked off their X019 event with a spectacular Inside Xbox stream, which was jam-packed with first looks at brand new games, fresh gameplay teasers for those we already knew about, and a slew of release date reveals too.

But don’t worry if you missed the livestream – we’re here with a handy recap to get you up to speed with the biggest announcements of the night.

Everwild

One of the many highlights of the stream was the first glimpse of Everwild, a brand new IP from Sea of Thieves developer Rare. We got Breath of the Wild vibes from its strange fauna, monsters in the shadows, and stunning vistas, and we can’t wait to find out more about this beautiful new world.

Grounded


Grounded is a multiplayer survival game from The Outer Worlds developers Obsidian, and it’s coming to PC and Xbox in Spring 2020. You and your friends have each been shrunk down to the size of a small bug, and now your mission is to craft weapons and bases to help you survive the harrowing dangers of an average American backyard. Sounds doable, but have you seen the size of those spiders?

Tell Me Why


The two main characters of Tell Me Why are twins, one of whom is transgender, and we’ll be witnessing their memories of the same childhood events from two very different perspectives. Unlike Dontnod Entertainment’s Life is Strange series, however, we’ll be getting all the chapters at the same time in Summer 2020. Expect to cry many, many tears.

Halo: Reach


It’s official – Halo: Reach is the first Halo title to come to The Master Chief Collection on PC, to be followed later by Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST Campaign, and Halo 4. And naturally, it’s coming to the Xbox version of the Collection too. Look out for its arrival for both platforms on 3 December.

Bleeding Edge


Since Bleeding Edge was announced at E3, we’ve not seen much of the electric 4v4 multiplayer fighting game – until now. Not only did we get a fresh new trailer, but we also got a 24 March 2020 launch date.

Wasteland 3

Venture into a frozen, post-apocalyptic version of 1980s Colorado, where you’ve been contracted to take down the three ruthless children of the Patriarch… by the Patriarch himself. Against the very deadliest of sibling rivalries, you’ll need to think tactically if your team of Rangers is to survive. You can get your mitts on Wasteland 3 on 19 May.

Minecraft Dungeons


As you embark on an epic journey to take down the dastardly Arch-Illager, you’ll be battling mobs and collecting treasure through a Minecraft-themed dungeon crawler. Look out for Minecraft Dungeons in April 2020.

West of Dead


Ron Perlman stars in this procedurally-generated Wild West shooter, but it’s not quite what you’re expecting – you’ll be outgunning supernatural enemies as a cowboy with a flaming skull for a head, and it only gets better from there. There’s no release date yet, but you can play the open beta on Xbox One right now.

Drake Hollow


In Drake Hollow, you’ll travel to a fantastical realm populated by adorable vegetable monsters (sorry, Drakes), build them a village, and defend them from baddies with pointy teeth.

Last Stop


You’re headed to modern day London in this new adventure from Annapurna Interactive. There are three main characters, three intertwined mysteries to solve, and one supernatural event that links them all.

The Artful Escape


If you’re not air-guitaring by the end of this one, you’re not human. The Artful Escape sees a young guitar prodigy embarking on a gorgeous (if trippy) voyage to find musical inspiration.

And as if all that weren’t enough already, we also learned that there’s a whole slew of amazing games which are also making their way to Xbox very soon. From Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts to Yakuza and Age of Empires IV, there’s a lot to look out for. Now all you have to do is figure out where to start…

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