The new year marks a new beginning, and coming off a strong season for Microsoft's gaming efforts, the Xbox brand is in its best state in some time. Between the launch of the Xbox One X console, the debut of some promising services, and a wave of new blockbuster titles, now is a better time than ever to be an Xbox gamer.
Another 12 months of gaming lay ahead, and with that, we have a lot to look forward to. Will this year push the most out of the Xbox One X? Might the Xbox One finally see lingering issues with its games lineup resolved? Could existing Mixed Reality efforts make a debut on Xbox One? This discussion recently surfaced on our forums, via a post from Windows Central's Managing Editor, Al Sacco.
But as always, we want to hear what you think. What are you looking forward to from the Xbox brand going forward? Which announcements from Microsoft would make your year as a gamer? Make sure to drop into the forum thread below and share your thoughts on the topic.
- From the forums: What are you most looking forward to from Xbox in 2018?
- The Xbox One games we're most looking forward to in 2018
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