Here’s The Most Anticipated Xbox One-Exclusive Games Of 2018

Xbox One may have had a slimmer lineup of exclusive games than either PS4 or Nintendo Switch in 2017, but the new year is certainly shaping up to be a busier one for Microsoft’s console. Following the launch of its powerful Xbox One X last November, Microsoft is turning its attention to expanding its roster of first-party titles, with a solid selection of games that can only be found on Xbox One (and PC, thanks to the company’s Play Anywhere program) lined up throughout the year.

In the video above, we take a look at the most anticipated games coming exclusively to Xbox One in 2018. On top of some titles that we’ve already known about for quite some time, such as Sea of Thieves, the anticipated pirate game from storied developer Rare, Xbox One owners have a slate of exciting games to look forward in the coming months, from high-profile releases like State of Decay 2 and Crackdown 3 to some intriguing indie titles like Ashen and The Last Night. You can also see all of the year’s big Xbox One exclusives in our gallery.

Those certainly aren’t the only big games coming to Xbox One this year, as a number of major multiplatform releases like Red Dead Redemption 2 are slated to arrive in the next few months. Microsoft will also continue to bolster the Xbox One’s library by making even more original Xbox games backwards compatible. The first batch of original Xbox games arrived back in October and added classics like Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Ninja Gaiden Black, and Microsoft has said that another selection will be available sometime this spring.

Regardless of what platform you own, there are a ton of great games to look forward to in 2018. In addition to Xbox One, we’ve taken a look at the most anticipated PS4 games, Nintendo Switch games, and PC games of the year. We’ve also shared what we think will happen this year in our gaming predictions for 2018.

Source: GameSpot

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