The Xbox Game Show board has emerged as one of the most followed events in the gaming industry. The 2022 edition of Tokyo Game Show turns out to be one of the most accessible hybrid live events, allowing fans from around the world to participate, in keeping with Xbox’s vision of:
“They aspire to play the games they want, with the people they want, wherever they want.”
This year’s Xbox Tokyo Game Show certainly didn’t disappoint at all. An in-depth look and never-before-seen footage of some action packed games coming live from the Makuhari Messe Convention Center in Chiba, Japan were shown. Here are some of the highly anticipated games and major announcements that made it to the live event.
Top 5 Tips from Xbox’s Tokyo Game Show 2022
1) Forza Horizon 5 (10th Anniversary Update)
- release in: October 11 2022
Forza Horizon series is the most comprehensive open world racing game ever created. From meticulous driving mechanics and adrenaline-pumping night challenges to addictive racing tracks, Forza Horizon games have got everything racing game fans could want from an open world title.
During the Tokyo Game Show, the franchise announced it Forza Horizon 5 A new update with some of the most popular events and modes in the Forza Horizon series to celebrate its 10th anniversary. The update will also include a whole new episode and some fan-favorite soundtracks along with midnight racing challenges.
2) Ni no Kuni games arrive on Xbox
Released back in 2018, Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom is the sequel to the classic ARPG, Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. Ni No Kuni Games They are known for their beautiful animated visions and great storytelling that make for a captivating RPG experience.
At the Tokyo Game Show 2022, it was revealed that Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom will be available on Xbox Series, Xbox One, and PC via the Microsoft Store from 2023 onwards.
Furthermore, at an Xbox demo event, it was revealed that a remastered version of the classic dragon slaying RPG adventure will also be available later today for the Xbox series, Xbox One, and PC.
Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is the most popular game in the series originally adapted from the Nintendo DS title, Ni no Kuni: Dominion of the Dark Djinn, and fans of the series can now enjoy its remastered version with superior graphics.
- release in: September 20 2022
Created by Bethesda Game Studios, Deathloop is a bloody and violent game First person shooter Available exclusively on PlayStation 5. It was released last year, and it ended up becoming one of the most fortunate first-person shooter games of 2021.
At the Tokyo Game Show on Xbox, it was revealed Deathloop It’s about to end its one-year exclusive with Sony pretty soon, which means the game will be available on Xbox consoles and Xbox Game Pass from next week onwards.
4) Guilty gear: strive
- release in: Spring 2023
Developed by Arc Systems Works, Guilty Gear is a series of fighting games that have been around for a long time. Guilty Gear: Strive is the seventh and final entry to Guilty Gear seriesIt is already available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam.
During the Tokyo Game Show, it was revealed that Guilty Gear: Strive will make its way to Xbox Series and Xbox One by spring 2023.
It is a cutting edge, high-flying fighting game that promises to offer an intense story mode, along with an online multiplayer mode for players to prove their strength against friends.
5) Wu Long: The Fallen Family
- release in: first half of 2023
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is a highly anticipated ARPG It will take players to the turbulent times of the 2nd century AD in China, an era historically known as the Three Kingdoms period. It’s an exciting game that adds a lot of ancient Chinese mythical creatures to the mix, along with historically accurate kingdoms and political characters.
Players will take on the role of a humble Chinese soldier and will step into a war-torn land, devastated by other creatures from the ancient Chinese world. Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty will offer a mixture of weapon martial arts and martial arts, similar to the fighting style of that era. It is a very ambitious project that will surely provide an engaging story, and it will be interesting to see how the gameplay mechanics will turn out in the end.