With the world in a glass case of emotions during COVID-19 quarantines, ID@Xbox is offering a bit of sunlight in the gloomier times. Available now until July 27, Xbox owners can download more than 70 demos to try up-and-coming indie games. I was able to play some over the past few hours and so far, four absolutely grabbed me and have me waiting for release dates. Check out the four below:
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During the Microsoft E3 press conference, Chris Charla, Director of ID@Xbox, introduced a trailer highlighting many games for their ID@Xbox program.
This week the team talked about Pikachu appearing at the World Cup, the Xbox One launching in 26 new countries, new apps coming to the PS Vita, Microsoft’s ID@Xbox program, Titanfall, and the next Assassin’s Creed Rumors. They also discussed virtual reality and its possible impacts on the market and whether it will become mainstream.
At GDC Microsoft announced the first 25 games coming to the Xbox One through their ID@Xbox program. The list of games includes some familiar names as well as some new titles.
Though not an official statement, Phil Spencer, Head of Microsoft Studios, tweeted that we should be expecting some new independent titles for Xbox One shown at GDC.