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Xbox 720 Games Confirmed Thus Far

Xbox 720 games known thus far

The Xbox 720 games we know of have been nailed down thus far.

As the Xbox 720 nears what may be the official announcement date, one big question sits on everybody’s mind. We want to know what games are going to be made for the next generation Microsoft console. Official Xbox Magazine has compiled a list of what we know for sure thus far is being made for the Xbox 720.

Human Element is a non-linear zombie survival game created by Robotoki. Robert Bowling had quit Activision to start this particular studio on his own. Not a lot is known about the “classes” in this game, but the classes given are intelligence, action, and stealth. You have three choices of how to play; solo, with an adult, or with a child.

Rainbow 6: Patriots is a more scripted shooter than previous Rainbow Six titles. This time you can plan missions using a 3D hologram of the level, and the developers say it will feel quite different. You will face moral dilemmas this time around, as you’ll have to decide whether it’s worth killing a civilian to take down a terrorist, and choices of that sort.

Watch Dogs is an open world type of game set in a futuristic Chicago where technology governs all. You will hack into anything with a charge and control whatever you need to. The game will apparently offer the option of interacting with a smartphone, adding another dimension to the hacker feel.

Destiny is Bungie’s newest idea, originally thought of as a “break” from the Halo titles, but this list proves otherwise. Aliens have invaded and you have to reclaim the wealth of the planet. Three classes offer different abilities based on the nearby moon-sized entity known as Traveller.

Beyond Good and Evil 2 is the sequel to what is considered one of the most successful Zelda clones ever made. There is very little known besides the return of Jade and Uncle Pey’j.

Dragon Age 3: Inquisition is the third game in Bioware’s fantasy epic, where an act of magical terrorism has set the mages and Templars on the edge of civil war.

Cyberpunk 2077 is a different kind of RPG where people are allowed to sample the thoughts of others around them, and those who end up addicted are hunted down by the Psycho Squad police force. The protagonist could be on either side, but nothing is known yet.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is the final act in an RPG series where Geralt is finally free of his amnesia and now must search for his loved ones in an open world bigger than that of Skyrim.

Thief is a next generation reboot where master thief Garrett basically plays the villainous side of Batman.

Battlefield 4 is a shooter that EA says looks astonishing.

Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag is the epic follow-up to the Assassin’s Creed series which supposedly puts Desmond Miles in the shoes of a pirate.

'Assassin's Creed 4 Black Flag' is coming to Xbox 720

Halo 5 gives us everything that didn’t make it into Halo 4 and continues the story of Master Chief.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 is, well, a soccer game probably based on the World Cup.

Sniper Elite 3 is a sandbox shooter based in World War 2.

What do you think of the games confirmed for the Xbox 720?

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22 Responses to “Xbox 720 Games Confirmed Thus Far”

  1. Lakshay Anand

    I hope it doesn't have any exclusives.
    I am building a huge rig with i7 3770k, gtx 670 and 16 gb corsair vengeance ram.
    I want all games to launch on PC, xbox and PS4 simultaneously.
    Even if they have exclusives, microsoft/sony should release their games on PC ALSO!
    CMON MICROSOFT, we are using your OS!

  2. Brandon Troutman

    I want to see how a game like Madden will look on these upcoming next generation systems,can you imagine the facial detail of a Justin Tuck? Grass stuck on the face mask,snow,rain,ambulance(fingers crossed).

  3. Ramone Ennis

    Dude what would a console be without its exclusives? The exclusives help make make the system sell better and most times even make the system be remembered just like how we will always remember the ps2 because of its huge library of exclusives. All in all, we need exclusives to help fume the console and pc wars to say who have the better games

  4. Jamie Robinson

    Well clearly not, as they've partnered with Sony to bring it out on PS4 as well.