Microsoft showed off new Xbox Series X trailers today for a number of games, including Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Yakuza: Like a Dragon, Dirt 5, and The Medium, but it seems that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
The company also announced a list of over 140 publishers and individual studios that are working on Xbox Series X software. All the major publishers, including 2K Games, 505 Games, Activision Blizzard, Bethesda, EA, Bandai Namco, Capcom, Square Enix, and Sega are of course on board…
Plus other number of smaller publishers and independent studios as revealed on the Xbox Series X event yesterday.
2Ton Studios, 2K Games, 505 Games, Abstraction, Activision, Allods Team, Amazon Games, Annapurna Interactive, Asobo Studio, Athlon Games, Avalanche Studios Group, Bandai Namco Entertainment, Bethesda Softworks, Beatshapers, Big Ant Studios, Blackbird Interactive, Black Forest Games, Blackwood Games, BlitWorks, Blizzard Entertainment, Bohemia Interactive, Bossa Studios, Bugbear Entertainment, Bungie, Capcom,
CD Projekt RED, CI Games, Coatsink, Coffee Stain Publishing, Codemasters, Crystal Dyanmics, Crytek, Curve Digital, Cyanide Studio, d3t Limited, Daedalic Entertainment, Deck13 Interactive, Deck Nine, Deep Silver, DeskWorks, Devolver Digital, Dontnod Entertainment, Double Eleven, Dovetail Games, Digital Extremes, Dimensional Ink Games, Ebb Software, Eko Software, Electronic Arts, Eidos Montreal, Epic Games, Expansive Worlds,
Fatshark, Finji, Firesprite, Flying Wild Hog, Focus Home Interactive, FromSoftware, Frontier Development, Funcom, Gaijin Entertainment, The Game Bakers, Games Farm, Gasket Games, Gearbox Publishing, Giants Software, Granzella, Grimlore Games, Grinding Gear Games, Gunfire Games, Hardsuit Labs, Headup Games, Hi-Rez Studios, Humble Bundle, IO Interactive, Kalypso Media, Keen Software House, Koch Media, Konami, Koei Tecmo Games, KT Racing, Larian Studios, Lightbulb Crew, Limestone Games, Mad Fellows, Maximum Games, Merge Games, Modus Games, The Molasses Flood, Microids, Milestone srl, My.Games, Nacon, Neopica, Nimble Giant Entertainment, Outright Games, The Outsiders, Passtech Games, Paradox Interactive, Pearl Abyss, People Can Fly, Perfect World Entertainment, Piranha Bytes, Playdead, Playful Studios, Playism, Playwing, Private Division,
Psyonix, PUBG Corporation, Raw Fury, Rebellion, Reef Entertainment, Remedy Entertainment, Rockfish Studios, Roll7, Riot Forge, Roblox, Saber Interactive, Sad Cat Studios, Sega, Shin’en Multimedia, Soedesco, Sold Out, Spike Chunsoft, Squre Enix, Stray Bombay, Systemic Reaction, Tale Worlds Entertainment, Team17, Techland, Tencent Games, Teyon, THQ Nordic, Three Fields Entertainment, TripWire Interactive, TinyBuild, Ubisoft, Unknown Worlds Games, Wargaming.net, and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
Oh mehn, the names are much, Microsoft is ready to do anything to get their next-gen full loaded with new titles.