Wondering what games are releasing this week for Xbox One? We’ve got you covered. Here’s every announced game landing between July 10th and July 16th. Fable Fortune was due to release this week, but has since been pushed back to July 25th.
Hunting Simulator – July 11th
Explore varied environments, track your prey, and become the hunter in Hunting Simulator. Master the firearms of your choice, discover distinct and unique areas, complete hundreds of objectives alone or with friends and live out the adventure of the hunt.
Minecraft: Story Mode Season Two – Episode 1 – July 11th
Jesse and the gang return for a whole new Telltale adventure game. When Jesse’s hand gets stuck in a strange gauntlet (that belongs to an underwater temple), he must team up with old friends and new on a journey full of tough choices, strange lands and tons of adventure.
Black The Fall – July 11th
In Black The Fall you play as an old machinist who is working to escape from the iron grip of communism in the midst of a dystopian dictatorship. With an abandoned robot as your ally, the two of you will journey together as you seek hope in this bleak, dark world.
Iron Crypticle – July 12th
In this epic, medieval twin-stick shooter, up to four players can play through local co-op as you smash through all manner of fiends. Grab loot, eat food and build up your XP to upgrade your abilities in this ghoulish arcade action game.
Serial Cleaner – July 14th
Slip on your flares, grab your shades and hop in your station wagon — it’s time to go to work as a professional cleaner for the mob. Vacuum up blood, remove bodies and hide evidence in this stylish 1970s-themed 2D stealth action game.
Deadcore – July 14th
DeadCore is an FPS-platformer blending exploration, speedrunning, and puzzles. Immerse yourself in a futuristic and dreamlike adventure in which you climb a huge tower that rises from the void and puts your gaming capabilities to the test. Can you uncover the secrets that lie beneath this fog-ridden world?
Runbow (Games with Gold) – July 16th
A fast-paced party action game with a never before seen color mechanic. Up to nine players can race against each other locally or online as platforms and obstacles appear and disappear when the colored background changes. Go head-to-head in one of Runbow’s modes, including Arena, King of the Hill, ColourMaster, and The Bowhemoth.