Welcome to Next Week on Xbox! In this weekly feature we cover all the games coming soon to Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows PC, and Game Pass! Get more details on these upcoming games below and click their profiles for further info (release dates subject to change). Let’s jump in!
A story-rich, mystery-filled, horror escape game. The original is described as one of the most captivating escape games, which won acclaim for its story and mysterious horror atmosphere.
Disc Room – June 7 – Xbox Game Pass
The year is 2089 and a giant disc has appeared in orbit of Jupiter. Step into the oversized space suit of a brave scientist and explore this sprawling intergalactic slaughterhouse. Don’t be afraid to die a little, your next run is just a button press away.
Spacelines from the Far Out – June 7 – Xbox Game Pass
Available on day one with Game Pass. A ‘roguelike-like’ co-op management game about airlines in space, featuring unlockable spaceships, upgrades, characters and customizations, randomly generated challenges, trips, and itineraries, with a generous serving of 60s space-age flair and jazz.
SpellForce 3: Reforced – June 7 – Optimized for Xbox Series X|S / Smart Delivery
A unique mix of an epic RPG story blended with accessible real-time strategy elements, designed to offer a riveting console experience to fans and newcomers alike.
Super Impossible Road – June 7 – Optimized for Xbox Series X|S / Smart Delivery
The spiritual sequel to the award-winning Impossible Road is back and more ferocious than ever with all-new modes, 120 FPS local multiplayer, and much more! Crack those knuckles and jump into the fastest, craziest, most spectacular racer you’ve ever played.
Spacewing War – June 8 – Optimized for Xbox Series X|S / Smart Delivery
Blast off for a retro shoot’em up experience filled with clever twists and secrets! Invaders from the Planet Mavros have descended on Earth to claim it as their new home, and it’s up to you to stop them. Spacewing War is a side-scrolling shoot ’em up inspired by handheld genre classics.
Square Keeper – June 8 – Optimized for Xbox Series X|S / Smart Delivery
A puzzle game based on a card system, where each card gives the player the possibility to execute different actions, like a sword swing, shooting with a bow or simply walking. To escape you must be able to analyze your options correctly and defeat the enemies so that the room’s gate opens.
Nummels – June 9 – Optimized for Xbox Series X|S / Smart Delivery
A platformer where you are the smartest one in a land filled with idiots. The Nummels are very dumb, but also very predictable. If you put a ladder in front of them, they’ll climb it. If you leave a bomb in their path, they’ll pick it up. Good thing you only need to get one of them to the exit to pass the level.
The Quarry – June 9 – Optimized for Xbox Series X|S
As the sun sets on the last day of summer camp, the teenage counselors of Hackett’s Quarry throw a party to celebrate. No kids. No adults. No rules. Things quickly take a turn for the worse. Hunted by blood-drenched locals and something far more sinister, the teens’ party plans unravel into an unpredictable night of horror.
Place conveyor belts to solve puzzles in the world’s most adorable donut factory! A dozen dozen dazzling donut dilemmas await you, that’s 144 puzzles to please your particular puzzley passions. To excite and delight there are mechanics galore; from splitters to pushers, mergers and cloners, randomizers, teleporters, and more.
This physics-based game encapsulates the thrill of professional gymnastics. Get ready for the most infuriating and satisfying experience of your life. Control every important movement of your athlete and do your best to replicate real-world gymnastics or find your own playstyle.
Urban Flow is a game about the subtle beauty of city streets filled with cars moving in perfect harmony. But such order does not happen all by itself. The city needs you to control the traffic lights and to make sure everything goes smoothly. That means no crashes, no jams. Everything will run smoothly – as long as you stay focused.
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