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Xbox revealed over 20 indie game titles that will be available on Game Pass the day they are released, as well as 60 titles coming to Xbox consoles.
The games were revealed at Xbox’s annual independent developers showcase on 26 March.
Since ID@Xbox was first held in 2014, participating developers have earned over $2 billion and over 2 000 games have been released.
There’s an indie for everyone
Some of the games are already available on PC Game Pass, while the rest will be launched throughout the year.
Microsoft created the ID@Xbox program to help developers with their games and give them access to development tools. Popular games such as Limbo, The Escapists, and Smite were released through the programme.
In addition to the new indie titles, Xbox revealed several games that will be released on Game Pass throughout this year. These include popular titles such as Among Us and Rust.
All in all, over sixty new indie games will make their way to Xbox.
Here’s a list of all the indie games showcased at ID@Xbox and what Game Pass platforms they will be available on:
- Art of the Rally (Console, Cloud)
- Astria Ascending (Console, Cloud)
- Backbone (Console, Cloud)
- Boyfriend Dungeon (Console, PC)
- Craftopia (Console, PC)
- Dead Static Drive (Console, PC)
- Edge of Eternity (Console, Cloud)
- Hello Neighbor 2 (Console, Cloud)
- Library of Ruina (Console, Cloud)
- Little Witch in the Woods (Console, Cloud)
- Moonglow Bay (Console, Cloud)
- Narita Boy (Console, Cloud)
- Nobody Saves the World (Console, Cloud)
- Omno (Console, Cloud)
- Recompile (Console, PC, Cloud)
- Sable (Console, PC)
- She Dreams Elsewhere (Console, PC)
- S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 (Console, Cloud)
- The Ascent (Console, PC, Cloud)
- Undungeon (Console, PC, Cloud)
- Way to the Woods (Console, Cloud)
- The Wild at Heart (Console)
Xbox released a trailer showcasing some of the indie titles. You can check out the trailer below:
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