Best upcoming Xbox One games to look forward to now and beyond

Are you a gamer? Consider yourself a game buff? You may have an Xbox One S, 4K-ready Xbox One X or even an original Xbox One, but whichever version it is there are some brilliant games coming up now and beyond.
Here are a few Xbox One games everyone is looking forward to and will be on their wish list.


1.Tennis World Tour :


Made by the same development dream team behind Top Spin series, Tennis World Tour aims at bringing the sport back to console with deep customisation, tournaments, a career mode and much more. Unlike the tennis games before, this one comes with a twist where you have to plan your season cleverly to avoid burnout. So it’s only safe bet to say that you are to enter the tournaments that will help you progress. If it’s half as good as Top Spin 4 was, we are all in for this game!


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2. Beyond Good and Evil 2 :


With over 15 years since the original game, Ubisoft pulled this game out of the bag at the E3 2017 pre-show conference. A game with substance, with other-worldly setting where multiple species communicate and interact, is downright brilliant, quirky, and cheeky.


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3. OnRush :


Codemasters is known for its simulation driving games and Onrush sure looks like a blast. A multiplayer speed fest with true arcade properties, it comes across as a blend of TrackMania and Motorstorm which is totally cool with us.


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4. Jurassic World Evolution :


A full-blown theme park simulation game with dinosaurs, Jurassic World Evolution is filled with depth and micromanagement. It does not come as a surprise considering the team behind RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 and Planet Coaster. The voiceover by Jeff Goldblum simply acted as the icing on the cake.


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5. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 :


First in the franchise, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will not have a single-player campaign mode. Rather, it will focus on competitive play in multiplayer as the base for the game. Furthermore, there is a new zombies mode with three different locations to play co-op in. And finally, COD embraces the battle royale genre with Blackout.


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