2020 will see the launch of Xbox Series X, but we can expect a lot of great video game titles to launch on the platform in 2021. With the platform’s first year on the market, there are sure to be some incredible videos the game is well worth taking. Furthermore, due to the coronavirus health pandemic in 2020, we are likely to see a lot of games delayed from 2020, hitting the market in 2021. Let’s take a look at some of the highly anticipated video game titles. Our most released for Series X and below.
Call of Duty Vanguard
Call of Duty is an iconic video game franchise, and chances are we don’t even need to explain this IP. It has been around for a long time and is released every year. So every year we get a new piece, whether it’s period, modern, or in a futuristic setting.
There’s a new Xbox Series X game coming out this November for the franchise with Call of Duty: Vanguard. This part brings players back to the fierce World War II setting. However, you will be thrown around at different front lines. We know that this title will help introduce the beginning of special forces to end wars around the world. Unlike Battlefield 2042, this game has a single-player campaign, and like with any Call of Duty game. There will be a fairly active online community.
So finding an online match should not be a problem. Also, one game mode that Call of Duty is famous for these days is Zombies and you will see that game mode present here. However, this mode is being developed by Treyarch, which will expand the story of Dark Aether if you have been following the game mode for many years.
Far Cry 6 – Xbox Series X
The latest installment of the Far Cry franchise has just been released on the market. Far Cry 6 takes players on the fictional Caribbean island of Yara, where a strict dictatorship controls the land. The head of this regime, El Presidente Anton Castillo, is preparing his son, Diego, to one day take over as leader of the island.
By force and military might, El Presidente tried to bring the citizens in line. However, like previous Far Cry installments, a resistance group has been formed from the civilians of Yara. Players will take on the role of a guerrilla fighter hoping to return the island to its former glory. Far Cry 6 will include the biggest player-player pitch in the franchise’s history. This will also make for some great vehicle options for getting across the island.
Halo Infinite – Xbox Series X
The Halo franchise has been an icon for Microsoft, and over the years we’ve seen this franchise pop up on major console releases. Halo Infinite is expected to launch on the Xbox Series X platform.
After fans waited years for gameplay footage for the much-anticipated title, it’s time for a Series X highlight stream coming next year. 2020 before we get the gameplay trailer. Unfortunately, this is a lackluster reveal as fans are quick to point out flaws and graphic details that don’t appear to be the next-gen Halo sequel.
As a result, 343 Industries delayed Halo Infinite from its scheduled launch in 2020 to 2021. This was done to ensure the development team had enough time to make the necessary changes to meet their needs fan expectations. As for the synopsis, the game follows Master Chief on another round of Halo. With humanity at a disadvantage, Master Chief is forced to fight against a divided Covenant alien alliance called The Banished.