With more than four years on the market, Xbox One has amassed a huge library of titles – one that continues to rapidly grow. While Microsoft is frequently criticized for its in-house offerings, a substantial range of quality first-party titles is now available on the console, spanning its most recognizable franchises.
During the years, we've seen strong Halo, Gears of War and Forza games released for Xbox One, attracting millions of gamers at launch. Similarly, new franchises have made their debut, including Sunset Overdrive, Quantum Break, and ReCore. Windows Central community members are now sharing their favorite picks in a thread on our forums.
As always, we want to hear your thoughts! Which is your favorite first-party Xbox One game so far? What are you looking forward to? Drop into the comments section below with your top titles.
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