Top 7 Xbox One games coming out in 2022

What are some of the best Xbox One games for this coming year? The Microsoft Xbox One has some amazing games planned for this year. It doesn’t matter if you own an Xbox One S, Xbox One X, Xbox One Elite, or one of the new next-gen consoles. They are compatible on all Xbox consoles. Some are Xbox 360 games, which can be played on other Xbox consoles.

This list contains all the Xbox One games that we most want you to discover and, if possible, get excited about them too. We’ve put release dates to find them and summaries for each.

What are good Xbox One games?

What are good Xbox One games?

What makes a good Xbox One game? Lots of things, but a good game is totally immersive for most gamers. Without further ado, here are some really great original Xbox One games.

Final Fantasy 15

Although it’s not just a Microsoft video game, Final Fantasy 15 easily makes it one of the best RPGs on Xbox One. The game combines the vast landscape of Western RPGs with the over-the-top absurdity of Final Fantasy graphics.

The result is a world that has its roots in the highways and back roads of Central America while being populated by dangerous monsters, gigantic crystals, and magic powerful enough to blow your mind. Sometimes Final Fantasy 15 feels like a combination of ideas that individually wouldn’t make sense. Yet when you combine them, it starts to become one of the best Final Fantasy games ever released.

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

While Assassin’s Creed Origins may have sparked interest in the series after its hiatus, it was Assassin’s Creed Odyssey that set the tone and mood for the future of these games. With its more exciting world and doubly engaging story, this Xbox game ties the knots in the Origins stories.

Set in ancient Greece, this game has you traveling across islands, waging wars and sometimes starting them, falling in love with whoever you like and fleshing out the assassin of your choice. The assassin you create would have an open world to explore and a fantasy journey to take.

Metal Gear Solid 5; Phantom pain: MG5

the Phantom pain, at first glance, looks like every other game that came before it, the same brand of jokes, mechanical marvels and conspiracy theories crazy enough to be nearly impossible. Yet underneath it all, it feels like a very different game. For starters, there’s been a shift to wide open spaces with multiple missions, changing the focus of the stealth action that most games in its class offer.

This change made every player a sort of spy action movie director, planning stunts and executing them in a way that only belonged to the movies. The game immerses you in a way that allows you to fulfill your action fantasies.

Red Dead Redemption 2


This game might be one of those slow to start games and might be the biggest “it gets really good after the first 24 hours” but when it gets good it shifts well, jumps better and better, and go straight to the breathtaking.

It’s confusing where to start. It’s a game filled with too much to do. Its Wild West-inspired landscape fleshes out a world with characters traversing the turmoil of the era as they face head-on a new world taking over before the old fades away completely. Able to hold your attention for hours as it’s more than just a game with things to do and stories to follow. It’s also just a game where you can live.

7 Xbox One games coming out this year

7 Xbox One games coming out this year

Beyond Good and Evil 2

  • Release date: To confirm
  • Exclusive to Xbox One: No
  • Editor: Ubisoft

The long-awaited sequel to the two-generation classic is finally here, or well, almost here. Beyond Good & Evil 2 features characters exploring the universe in an ever-expanding crew ship.

With its stellar gameplay and interstellar flights, this game makes every second of the 15 years it took to appear worthwhile, it’s much bigger, more exciting and the thoughts that go into the plot are became more intense. You should also watch out for monkeys in space.

Rainbow Six Mining

Rainbow Six Mining

photo credit: epicgames.com

  • Exclusive to Xbox One: No. It is also available on PC games. Release date: January 20, 2022.
  • Editor: Ubisoft

Instead of being a spin-off of the hugely successful Rainbow Six Siege, Rainbow Six Extraction is entirely new. In three-player co-op, your characters play as a team of Rainbow Operators sent to battle a mutated alien parasite that is infecting the human race. It looks very fun.

Dying Light 2

  • Release date: February 4, 2022
  • Exclusive to Xbox One: No.
  • Editor: Techland Editions.

The first Dying Light game had a great combination of first-person combat and parkour, seasoning it with more than a little role-playing. The sequel hopes to be even better, planning to involve a fleshed-out world into the mix.

The game’s characters and circumstances also change depending on what you’re doing – a concept that has the potential to be great as you have more influence over the world around you. The game’s trailer also shows factions of humans battling for dominance, adding some flavor and variety to the game.

Ring of Elden

Ring of Elden

Photo credit: store.playstation.com

  • Release date: February 25, 2022.
  • Exclusive to Xbox One: No.
  • Editor:Bandai Namco Entertainment.

An action RPG designed à la Sekiro Shadows die. The game promises to hold you hostage. Co-written by Game of Thrones George R. R Martins and developed by FromSoftware.

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga:

  • Release date: Spring 2022.
  • Exclusive to Xbox One: No.
  • Editor: WB Games

Another Lego game is coming. Not just a remaster of all the old Star Wars Legos, this one promises to be an all-new Lego video game with lots of humor and fun adventures. It can also be accompanied by a Blu-ray.

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2:

Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2:

Photo credit: Wikipedia

This game features a character transformed during the “Mass Embrace”, an event described as an act of vampiric terrorism. Your chosen character now lives in the underworld of Seattle, where other dangerous creatures roam.

An RPG at its core, you get entangled in factional politics even if you just want to navigate this new way of life.

Somerville

Even though Somerville has a nice style, the bright colors of the design are meant to distract you from the fact that you’re going to be on a stressful journey with your characters, the game follows a family trying to survive in the midst of a disaster straight out of science -fiction.

Final thoughts – Which is better, Xbox or PlayStation?

The battle between Xbox and PlayStation has been going on for as long as we can remember. Both game consoles aim to surpass the other in terms of design and game console with each release.

The latest Xbox and PS5 installments are no different, destined to be the best gaming console. However, it looks like Xbox is winning this round with more powerful hardware, an extensive games subscription service, a library of games covering all genres and a controller that makes all gamers dream.

While waiting for these games, you can also play old games released in previous years on your console as there is Xbox One backwards compatibility which allows you to play old video games or digital games. In some cases, you may be able to access some of these games as a collection (a Master Chief Collection) with an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate or Xbox Live Gold membership.

Xbox One has a lot of games coming this year, and we’re excited for all of them. With games spanning all genres and for all ages of a gamer, the games slated for release this year are sure to ensure that at all times there will always be someone in front of the controller. We hope this list influences your decision to play this year.

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