2020 is the year of the beastly Xbox Series X, promising up to 8K resolution modes with support for 120 frames per second. It'll also rock a super-fast NVMe SSD to nearly eliminate loading times, while retaining the UHD blu-ray drive for movies and physical games. Speaking of which, it doesn't matter how powerful a next-gen system is going to be if it doesn't have the right games, and thankfully, this console generation is going out with a bang.
2020 seems to be absolutely packed with everything from major blockbusters to experimental indies, and thanks to backward compatibility, everything you buy for Xbox One in 2020 will also carry over to the Xbox Series X when it drops at the end of the year.
To give you an idea of what's to come, we've rounded up fifteen of the brightest and most promising titles from across the industry in a video on our new Windows Central Gaming YouTube channel.
We'd also like to hear your thoughts as well — what games are you most excited for in 2020 and beyond? What games are missing from the list? Let us know down below.
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