This week we have no new "AAA" releases on Xbox One, but there are still a few surprises here and there. Notably, Asdivine Hearts II is finally launching on the console, and Road Redemption offers an interesting take on the popular genre. With that in mind, here are all the biggest games launching this week, between December 17 and December 21, 2018.
Road Redemption is an action game where you lead your motorcycle gang on a journey of pursuit, blood, and speed. Through your travels, you will upgrade your character, bike, and weapons by completing races, assassinations, robberies, and more.
Road Redemption should launch on December 19.
Sundered: Eldritch Edition
Sundered revolves around the horrifying fight for survival and sanity. You play as Eshe, a wanderer in a ruined world, trapped in ever-changing caverns filled with hordes of terrifying enemies. The goal is to defeat titanic bosses and escape.
Sundered: Eldritch Edition should launch on December 21.
Asdivine Hearts II
Asdivine Hearts II is a short Japanese role-playing game. In a world on the verge of being frozen in ice, hearts unite once more in a sequel to Asdivine Hearts. Picking up two years after the events of their first adventure, Zack and his friends find themselves off on another quest, but this time to save the parallel world of Archelio, which is on the verge of being frozen in ice.
Asdivine Hearts II should launch on December 21, priced at $14.99. The game features Xbox Play Anywhere support.
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Other experiences like Donut County, Hellfront: Honeymoon, and Nippon Marathon should also release this week.
These are the biggest games launching soon, and many of them seem like absolutely thrilling experiences. Be sure to check out Asdivine Hearts II and Road Redemption 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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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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