What to Expect from Xbox in 2022

By Burud hemaja

Xbox players can look forward to a thrilling 2022.

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Focusing on what gave Microsoft such a strong finish to 2021 - great games - is one way to keep the momentum going.

And one aspect of the 2022 schedule will be the continuation of support for those fantastic games from the previous year.

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Here's what to expect from the Xbox team over the next 12 months - including new games, social media and even more console-exclusive exclusives for the Xbox One.

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Halo

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Halo Infinite is back and arguably better than ever. There's so much more to come from developer 343 in 2022. Multiplayer will be receiving regular updates, including the addition of co-op mode. New maps, modes and improvements to the battle pass progression system are planned.

Forza Horizon 5

Forza Horizon 5

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The studio has a great track record of supplying a steady stream of high-quality DLC for previous Forza titles. More than 10 million people played Forza Horizon 5 within a week of its launch.

Bethesda

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The former is an open-world co-op vampire shooter from Arkane. The latter is a departure from the studio's traditional single-player campaign focussed past. Microsoft bought Bethesda for $7.5 billion in March of 2021.

Forza

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A soft reboot of Forza could be ready to take its place on the starting grid towards the end of this year. Built from the ground up for the Series X and S consoles, it's sure to be a treat for the eyes if the in-engine trailer is anything to go by.

Senua’s Saga

Senua’s Saga

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Senua's Saga: Hellblade 2 looks to be taking full advantage of Epic's Unreal Engine 5. Ninja Theory's follow-up to the critically acclaimed Senua's Sacrifice. Another game we're hoping to play in 2022, but just don't know at this point.

Stalker 2

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Stalker 2: Heart of Chernobyl is currently slated for an April 28th release. The first in the series of four games to be released on consoles. This post-apocalyptic survival FPS may not be a laugh a minute, but it's sure to be tense.

Scorn

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Scorn is an H.R. Giger inspired biopunk adventure. Originally scheduled for release in 2021, delays have forced it into October 2022. Battling Stalker wins the award for grimmest looking game of the year with its dark and brooding visuals.

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