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Best Xbox games coming in July 2020 — Ooblets, Superhot: Mind Control Delete, and more

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Every week, numerous games launch on Xbox One, but which ones truly stand out? Here are some of the biggest and most anticipated titles launching across Microsoft's platforms — including Xbox One X — next week. We have a few major releases on Xbox One, but there are still a few surprises here and there. Notably, Ooblets and Superhot: Mind Control Delete are launching soon. With that in mind, here are all the best games hitting the Microsoft Store this week, between July 13 and 17. You can take a look at some of our past selections here.

Related: Most anticipated Xbox One games for 2020 and beyond

Ooblets

Ooblets is a farming, town life, and creature collection game. Manage your farm, grow, and train your ooblets, explore strange lands, and have dance-offs! Start life in a little rundown farm that you'll cultivate, improve, and customize.

Ooblets should join Xbox Game Preview on July 15. You'll be able to purchase it through the Microsoft Store for $25.

Superhot: Mind Control Delete

The third game in the Superhot franchise, Mind Control Delete gives you more insight into the world of Superhot, more story, more signature gameplay. Keep dancing the slow-motion ballet of destruction for so much longer than ever before.

Superhot: Mind Control Delete should launch on July 16. You'll be able to download it for free through the Microsoft Store if you own the original game.

You can take a look at some other games coming to Xbox One next week on Xbox Wire (opens in new tab). They're smaller experiences, but should be a lot of fun!

If you're looking for a break between those heavy-hitters like Resident Evil 3 that released a few months ago, be sure to check out these titles.

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Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.

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  • I didn't know about Superhot: mind control delete. So this is great news for me. Also great to see that they are giving it to those who purchased (not rented) the original game. Great move by the studio who are doing this to thank those who supported the first game by buying it.
    No plans for now of a VR version for this game but I would love it. For me, it was so great, better than the non-VR game. I hope they are working on it I'll buy it day one for sure...