Xbox set to launch five first-party games in the coming year

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Ahead of the Xbox and Bethesda Game Showcase which is set to take place in June 12, Xbox confirmed that Xbox Cloud Gaming is going to receive its first TV apps, starting with  Samsung 2022 smart TVs. Microsoft has had quite a busy year where they got to launch Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 5, Psychonauts 2, Age of Empires IV, and Flight Simulator across all Xbox gaming platforms.

Also, users should also soon expect to have the capability of streaming games not featured in the Xbox Game Pass library. Moreover, Microsoft also plans to add exclusive game demos to the library as they continue to expand their reach to new countries.

With that said, through a press statement as spotted by the folks at Windows Central. Microsoft intends to “meet or exceed” the number of games that it launched this fiscal year. However, it is yet unclear what entries will make it to Xbox. But remember, both Redfall and Starfield were delayed and set to be released probably sometime this summer, therefore, it is quite likely that they will be part of the entries making their debut.

On top of these two entries Windows Central speculates that “highly likely candidates for other games launching between now and next summer include RPG Avowed, from the developers of Pillars of Eternity. We could also see sim racer Forza Motorsport 8 emerge too. There are other potential candidates, such as leaked Project Belfry from Stoic, or Obsidian’s Pentiment.”

But in the meantime, we will have to wait for Microsoft to disclose the titles that they plan to release during this period. Keep it for this and more gaming updates.