- You have more than 50 game demos to choose from.
- Or if you want, you can try them all, but time's short.
- You only have about a week to play these demos on your Xbox.
Good news for Xbox users out there. It’s summer and there is a lot of free time so you might want to check ID@Xbox Demo Fest out. It’s an event that takes place virtually on Xbox, from July 11 to July 17, and you can play over 50 game demos for free. This is another excellent way to see what games are coming to the Xbox. Remember that recently, Microsoft announced that over 5000 new games are in development for the platform.
And guess what? You can do it from the comfort of your own home, anytime between these two days. Demos are playable on the Xbox, and you can find them by going to the special ID@Xbox Demo Fest collection on the Xbox Store online and on the console.
You should be aware that the demos are an early look at the gameplay of these games. They might not fully represent the game, once it’s released. Some of them might even be available in your region, once they’re out. So this might be a good chance to get your hands and your mind on them.
Plus, it’s a good chance to see that other talented studios are out there. You might even find your next favorite video game here.
Here are all the 50 game demos that you can play at Id@xbox game fest demo
- Alchemist: The Potion Monger (Art Games Studio)
- Alisa (Casper Croes/Top Hat Studios)
- Dynacat (Replayne)
- Knights of Braveland (Ellada Games)
- Marble It Up! Ultra (Marble It Up)
- Metal Mind (Whirllaxy Studio/E-Home Entertainment)
- The Night of the Rabbit (Daedalic Entertainment)
- A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher (Ask An Enemy Studios)
- Aaero2 (Mad Fellows)
- Astrea: The Six-Sided Oracles (Little Leo Games)
- Bang-On Balls: Chronicles (Exit Plan Games)
- BattleCakes (Volcano Bean)
- Black Skylands (Hungry Couch)
- Born of Bread (WildArts)
- Boxville (Triomatica Games)
- Cell Scientists: Beyond (R-Next)
- Cross Tails (Rideon)
- Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle (Invader Studios)
- Death Relives (Nyctophile Studios)
- Demonschool (Necrosoft Game)
- Deserted (Zebik Media Interactive)
- Evil Wizard (Rubber Duck Games)
- Exhausted Man (Candleman Games)
- Fall of Porcupine (Critical Rabbit)
- Frank and Drake (Appnormals Team)
- Let’s Cook Together 2 (Yellow Dot)
- Lies of P (Neowitz)
- Lunark (Canari Games)
- Metaball (Bucketplay)
- Overpass: Rhythm Roadtrip (Studio Bean)
- Pixel Cafe (Baltoro Games)
- Pocket Bravery (Statera Studio)
- PolyFury (Wayfarer Games)
- Punch Club 2: Fast Forward (Lazy Bear Games)
- Raging Bytes (Hit-Point)
- Rain World (Videocult)
- Sea of Stars (Sabotage Studio)
- Sker Ritual (Wales Interactive)
- Slave Zero X (Poppy Works)
- Space Boat (Recombobulator Games)
- Spirit Hunters: Infinite Horde (Creature Cauldron)
- Spirit of the Island (1 Million Bits Horde)
- Stonks-9800: Stock Market Simulator (Ternox)
- The Isle Tide Hotel (Wales Interactive/Interflix Media)
- The Wandering Village (Stray Fawn Studio)
- Trinity Fusion (Angry Mob Games)
- Worldless (Noname)
- WrestleQuest (Mega Cat Studios)
Remember that you can play these demos on your Xbox One, or your Xbox X/S. Will you play them? Let us know in the comments section below.