Xbox Smart Delivery list and system explained: How it works and upcoming titles listed

Xbox Smart Delivery titles in detail, from dates to trailers

Here’s a more detailed look at every Xbox Smart Delivery game confirmed so far:

Borderlands 3: The Xbox Series

Bright Memory 1.0: You can play the original first-person shooter developed by FYQD-Studio before the launch of Bright Memory Infinite on Xbox Series X/S.

Cuisine Royale: Darkflow Software’s free-to-play battle royale game “with realistic weaponry, mystical traps, and demonic rituals” will have an Xbox Series X/S version at launch.

Dead by Daylight (Xbox Game Pass): A next-gen version with improved visuals, 4K performance, and 60 FPS is coming to next-gen consoles as a free update.

The Falconeer: Described as “the birdiest game of all time” in our practice, will have an Xbox Series X/S version at launch.

Gears Tactics (Xbox Game Pass): Coming to console after launching on PC in mid-2020, it features 4K performance and 60 frames per second. Here’s a look at Digital Foundry’s PC technology as a sample of what could be possible.

King Oddball This physics puzzle adventure with over 120 levels will have an Xbox Series X/S version at launch.

Maneater: The open water shark action game will offer 4K and 60 FPS and ray tracing support as part of a free update at launch on next-gen systems.

Manifold Garden – This cross-platform space and physics puzzle game will have an Xbox Series X/S version at launch.

Planet Coaster – Frontier will release Planet Coaster on next-gen consoles, as well as PS4 and Xbox One, when the park simulation game launches in late 2020.

Tetris Effect: Connected (Xbox Game Pass): Enhance’s Tetris Effect (which was Eurogamer’s game of 2018) features new online cooperative and competitive modes, and will launch as an Xbox console exclusive on Xbox One and Series PC, in 2020, before other platforms (including PS4) in summer 2021.

The Touryst (Xbox Game Pass): After arriving on Xbox One and PC in August, this voxelized adventure has a version for Xbox Series X/S at the system’s debut.

War Thunder – This free-to-play combat game will have an Xbox Series X/S version at launch.

FIA WRC World Rally Championship 9: Developed by Kylotonn, it will arrive on next-gen consoles after debuting on PS4, Xbox One and PC in September.

Yes, Your Excellency – this kingdom management RPG launched on Xbox One in June 2020 and will have an Xbox Series version at launch.

Puyo Puyo Tetris 2: Available for Xbox One, Series

Forza Horizon 4: Optimized version for Xbox Series Here’s a look at Digital Foundry’s PC technology as a sample of what could be possible:

Gears Tactics: Coming to console after launching on PC in mid-2020, it features 4K performance and 60 frames per second. Here’s a look at Digital Foundry’s PC technology as a sample of what could be possible:

Sea of ​​Thieves: Starting in holiday 2020, Rare’s multiplayer pirate adventure will take advantage of Xbox Series

Ori and the Will of the Wisps – will feature 4K visuals and a 120 frame rate on Xbox Series X when it launches in late 2020:

Tell me why: The series of episodic adventures exclusive to Xbox and PC from the studio Life is Strange Dontnod, which premieres on August 27, followed by chapters on September 3 and 10, will have improvements for Xbox Series X.

Outer Worlds: Obsidian Entertainment’s 2019 RPG, which will receive its first story expansion, Peril on Gorgon, in September, will also receive improvements for Xbox Series X:

Grounded: From in-house studio Obsidian Entertainment comes a multiplayer adventure that will debut in Xbox Game Preview on July 28 and then be optimized for Xbox Series X:

Far Cry 6 – Available for current next-gen consoles and PCs on February 18, 2021, this open-world sequel features Breaking Bad and The Mandalorian’s Giancarlo Esposito as its antagonist Anton Castillo, a brutal dictator who rules the game. Cuban influence. setting.

Watch Dogs: Legion – Releasing for the first time on current-gen consoles and PC on October 29; There will be a next-gen version when new consoles arrive.

Marvel’s Avengers: Following the launch of Square Enix’s adventure on PS4 and Xbox One on September 4, there will be a free next-gen update, including game progress transfer and same-gen cross-play. There will also be a number of performance improvements, including “extremely fast loading times, higher resolution and fidelity, improved texture and armor destruction, ray tracing, and more,” according to Square Enix.

Halo Infinite was announced alongside (what was then called) Project Scarlett during E3 2019, offering a cutscene-heavy trailer. There are a few other details besides this being a “spiritual reboot”, but it will be a cross-generational title, also launching on PC and Xbox One, and will be available in 2020.

Cyberpunk 2077: Coming out in November, there will be a patch at launch with slight next-gen improvements, followed by a more substantial one later to make better use of the improved hardware. For Xbox One owners, a free Xbox Series X version “when available” as part of the same purchase.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: The latest entry in Ubisoft’s long-running series, which is supposed to reshape the series’ RPG style of storytelling. This is also another non-Microsoft ‘Smart Delivery’ game, giving you a Series X version with the purchase of the Xbox One version.

Destiny 2: Bungie’s free-to-play shooter will support 60 FPS and 4K when it launches on next-gen consoles. Purchases of the Xbox One version will carry over to the Xbox Series X version for free and it will be possible to play with Xbox One players with cross-generational play. No date has been set for the Xbox Series X version. Until then, the new expansion, Beyond Light, launches in November:

Dirt 5 – The latest in the long-running rally driving series from Codemasters and will have Smart Delivery support with the Xbox One version and support up to 120 FPS on Xbox Series X:

Scarlet Nexus: a Japanese action game developed by Bandai Namco, with Smart Delivery support in the Xbox One version:

Chorus – A story-driven single-player space shooter game published by Deep Silver. With Smart Delivery with the Xbox One version and ray tracing support on Xbox Series

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 is a sequel to a fan favorite published by Paradox. Offers Smart Delivery support with the Xbox One version:

Yakuza – Like a Dragon: This is an Xbox Series X launch title, which will also come to Xbox One and Windows 10 with Smart Delivery support.

The Ascent: this cooperative shooter from Curve Digital will have Smart Delivery support with the Xbox One version:

Call of the Sea: a first-person mystery adventure published by Raw Fury, is coming to Xbox One with Smart Delivery support in 2020 and will be available on Xbox Game Pass.

Gears 5 will have a number of Xbox Series X upgrades available at system launch, available for free as part of Microsoft’s Smart Delivery initiative. “The developers worked with Epic Games to get UE4 working on the Series in software) of UE4. global illumination,” Digital Foundry wrote in a report on the update.

Second Extinction – A three-player cooperative shooter set in a world overrun by mutated dinosaurs, offering Smart Delivery support with the Xbox One version:

Metal: Hellsinger – Developers at The Outsiders (the studio co-founded by former Battlefield 3 lead designer and Payday 2 director David Goldfarb), Metal: Hellsinger is a rhythm-based FPS coming to PC, Xbox One, PS4, and consoles soon. generation. in 2021.

It is very likely that more Xbox Smart Delivery games will be announced in the coming weeks and months, including those from first-party studios.

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