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IGN Expo: here are the 14 Xbox games presented with new videos

In parallel with the Koch Media conference, which is relatively poor in game videos, the IGN Expo conference took place, which has continued to release trailers on the chain. No less than 14 Xbox games were presented during the conference and if you could not follow everything, we have prepared a recap!

See you tomorrow to follow the Ubisoft E3 2021 conference live with us a little before 9:00 p.m.!

Xbox games presented at IGN Expo

Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions

Survios has just unveiled its boxing game Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions in collaboration with Metro Goldwyn. The partnership with the film studio allows you to embody a legendary roster from the Rocky franchise among which: Rocky Balboa, Apollo Creed, Clubber Lang and the legendary Ivan Drago. The trailer emphasizes sparkling visual effects with every shot, an artistic choice faithful to the fireworks we associate with American blockbusters.

Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions releases September 3, 2021 for PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Mortal Shell The Virtuous Cycle

After welcoming its next-gen optimization earlier in the year, Mortal Shell returns today to present an expansion called The Virtuous Cycle. Although there is unfortunately no gameplay to be eaten, the developer still makes us enjoy beautiful images through a rather violent trailer.

This expansion will of course arrive on Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 4 and 5 and PC. Regarding the release date, we just have to be content with a “Coming Soon”.

OlliOlli World

OlliOlli World is a daring new action and skateboarding platform game that takes the original recipe of skateboarding in pretty environments. Travel the vibrant and vibrant world of Radlandia, meet colorful characters as you make your way to discover the mystical skate gods in your quest for Gnarvana.

SkateBIRD

The skate game with a bird took advantage of a new trailer to simultaneously announce its release date. It will be available on August 12 on Xbox One, Steam and Switch, and directly in Xbox Game Pass upon release.

Two Point Campus

Freshly announced at the Summer Game Fest Kick Off, the intriguing Two Point Campus returns today to show off its wacky gameplay. We discover the management of a campus that will ensure both the success of students, but also their social development through concert evenings or jousting fights.

The game is scheduled for Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 4 and 5, PC and Nintendo Switch in 2022.

Disciples Liberation

In this new gameplay trailer, Disciples Liberation presents his battles against demigods and promises more than 270 missions and 80 hours of play in this dark fantasy strategy RPG. Scheduled for release soon on Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PC, PS5, and PS4.

Splitgate

When Halo meets Portal. So we are sold Splitgate, a free game that will be released on PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X on July 27.

Streets of Rage 4

On the occasion of the IGN Expo, Dotemu regaled us with a gameplay trailer for the Mr. X Nightmare DLC of Streets of Rage 4. It is in an 8-minute video that we enjoy Shiva’s combos, Max and Estel, all playable soon in the free update offered by the French studio.

Players will soon be able to enjoy the DLC on PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Blacktail

Parasight has announced Blacktail, a fantasy game in a horrific dimension. In this narrative action-adventure game, you will follow the story of a young girl who sets out on a quest to find out if the gloomy tales of a mighty witch are true. The trailer abruptly switches from grandma stories to a first-person view that has you playing the protagonist, bow in hand and wind up against the nightmarish creatures from storybooks.

Blacktail will arrive in winter 2021 on PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S.

Steelrising

Announced in the summer of 2020, Steelrising presented itself again at the IGN conference with a new trailer. No gameplay this time, but a setting in context for this game which takes place in an uchronic Paris plunged into full Revolution repressed in blood by Louis XVI and his army of automatons.

Broken Pieces

Broken Pieces is a psychological thriller set in a French coastal village stuck in time. Piece together the pieces of history as you uncover the riddle behind this mystical place and solve the mysteries surrounding what has caused the same day to be repeated over and over again. This trailer has the merit of setting the scene with an atmosphere that seems very neat, just like its soundtrack. Release scheduled for the second quarter of 2022.

Martha is dead

Martha Is Dead, a first-person thriller, takes us to 1944 on the famous Gothic Line in Tuscany, when the conflict between Germany and the Allied forces rages on. This is where the desecrated corpse of a drowned woman is discovered. Her inconsolable twin sister, the daughter of a German soldier, will have to overcome this terrible loss even as the truth surrounding this brutal murder remains obscured by mysterious folk tales and the horror of war draws closer and closer.

Martha is Dead is coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 4 and 5, and PC. It will obviously be Smart Delivery compatible.

Haunted Space

This spooky space combat game brings together science fiction and horror in a story-driven adventure based on exploration, fast-paced air combat, trade, and ship building. The game is announced for Xbox Series X | S, PS5, and Steam with an as yet unknown release date.

Chernobylitis

Chernobylite delivers today a preview of gameplay featuring urban environments, but also more rural contaminated by radiation. Like any good survival game, basic management phases are obviously involved. As a reminder, the survival horror taking place in the city of Chernobyl 30 years after the explosion of the nuclear power plant’s reactor will be released very soon.

Indeed, Chernobylite is scheduled for July on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Potential next-gen versions have not yet been discussed.

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