Next week we have no new "AAA" release on Xbox One, but there are still a few surprises here and there. Notably, Death Road to Canada is finally launching on the console, and Korgan transports you to a world filled with monster-slaying goodness. With that in mind, here are all the biggest games launching next week, between April 23 and April 27, 2018.

Death Road to Canada

Death Road to Canada is a "randomly-generated road trip action role-playing game". Players control a car full of jerks as they explore cities, recruit weird people, rescue dogs, argue with each other, and face gigantic swarms of slow zombies. As each playthrough is different, you get to experience a new story and rare events every time you start again.

Death Road to Canada should launch on April 25, priced at $14.99.

Emily Wants to Play Too

Emily and the dolls are back with new friends, scares, and more disturbing actions in this sequel. Emily Wants to Play Too is a survival horror game with strategy and stealth components. This time around, you play as an unlucky sandwich delivery man instead of someone delivering pizza and getting murdered. On one of your delivery stops, you walk in on a bizarre event and get locked inside an office building. The dolls are inside and Emily is outside. At some point in the night she'll find a way in and you'll have to deal with that. Can you escape before that happens?

Emily Wants to Play Too should launch on April 25, priced at $7.99.

Korgan

Korgan is an episodic dungeon crawler which features different heroes. While playing the story, you can switch your character in real-time to face different kinds of foes or obstacles. Choosing who to use, and when, is key to success. Players can combine their abilities too, like freezing an enemy with the mage and then quickly striking him with a sword by morphing into the warrior.

Korgan should launch as a free-to-play game on April 27.

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DragoDino

DragoDino is a gorgeous action platformer set in an ever-changing world. Players take control of Bob, a DragoDino, and guide him through the ten levels of the Forest Kingdom in a quest to recover his lost egg stuck atop the giant tree.

DragoDino should launch on April 27, priced at $9.99.

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Runestone Keeper

Runestone Keeper is a challenging roguelike dungeon crawler that fuses classic role-playing elements with turn-based combat strategy. It may look simple but there's a lot of planning involved.

Runestone Keeper should launch on April 25, priced at $9.99.

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Agatha Knife

Agatha Knife is an extremely disturbing adventure. Players embark on this twisted journey with Agatha, a child torn between her love for eating meat and her friendships with animals. Join her as she discovers religion and creates her own called "Carnivorism" to convince the animals that the sacrifice of their flesh is the secret to their eternal happiness.

Agatha Knife should launch on April 27, priced at $11.99. Those who preorder can purchase it for $9.95.

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Other experiences like The Invisible Hours and Subaeria should also release next week.

These are the biggest games launching soon, and many of them seem like absolutely thrilling experiences. Be sure to check out DragoDino and Korgan because they appear to be the most unique games out of the lot. Which titles are you interested in? Let us know.

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