Following a relatively weak launch lineup, the Xbox Series X and Series X have a lot to prove with Microsoft exclusives in 2021.
Though many of them still have vague release windows, here's every game coming in 2021 that's exclusive to Xbox.
This horror game inspired by Silent Hill has players explore two worlds at once. It requires next-gen hardware to run, so it's a true Xbox Series X console exclusive.
While Titanfall 3 seems unlikely to happen at this point, the free-to-play shooter ExoMecha should scratch that mech shooter itch.
This quirky game from the creators of the SteamWorld series sees players ridding an alien planet of gunk that has overtaken it with a giant power glove.
The most anticipated Xbox exclusive missed the system's launch and will now come out this fall.
This indie multiplayer snowboarding game could be the new SSX.
The popular multiplayer shooter is coming to Xbox consoles with a campaign by Control developer Remedy Entertainment.
This indie game sticks players in a twelve-minute time loop where they are murdered. It stars James McAvoy, Daisy Ridley, and Willem Dafoe.
Earthbound meets Stranger Things in this stylish indie RPG where a group of kids tries to save their small town.
Players explore a vast desert in order to complete their rite of passage in this absolutely beautiful-looking indie game.
The Bright Memory teaser launched with the Xbox Series X, but the full FPS experience is coming in 2021.
Vermintide's developers are taking the Left 4 Dead-style multiplayer action to a sci-fi setting in the Warhammer universe.
This horror game looks absolutely disgusting in the best way possible. It missed the console's launch but will be released for Xbox Series X this year.
After a megacorporation fails, players must try to escape in this isometric shooter.
Double FIne's cult classic series is returning and will have players delving into the minds of a diverse cast of people. When it comes to next-generation consoles, it'll only be on Xbox Series X.