This week we have no new "AAA" releases on Xbox One, but there are still a few surprises here and there. Notably, the popular shooters Turok and Turok 2: Seeds of Evil launch on the console, and Mulaka allows you to slice your way through hordes of enemies. With that in mind, here are all the biggest games launching this week, between February 26 and March 2, 2018.

Deep Rock Galactic

Deep Rock Galactic is an upcoming Left 4 Dead-meets-Minecraft mash-up from Ghost Ship Games, formed from the ashes of Microsoft's shuttered Press Play Studios. Formerly a concept codenamed Project Dwarka, Deep Rock Galactic pits up to four friends in procedurally-generated caves, full of angry aliens eager to protect the valuable minerals contained in each mine.

Deep Rock Galactic should launch on February 28 in Xbox Game Preview. The game features Xbox Play Anywhere support.

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Turok takes place in a world where time has no meaning, and evil knows no bounds. Torn from a world long gone, the time traveling warrior Turok finds himself thrust into a savage land rife with conflict. An evil overlord known as "The Campaigner" seeks to shred the fabric of time and rule the universe using an ancient artifact known as "The Chronoscepter". The Chronoscepter was shattered thousands of years ago in an effort to keep it from falling into evil hands. Turok vows to find the eight pieces spread throughout the Lost Land and put an end to The Campaigner's scheme.

Turok should launch on March 2, priced at $19.99.

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Turok 2: Seeds of Evil

Turok 2: Seeds of Evil continues right after the events of the first game. After having defeated The Campaigner, Turok throws The Chronocepter into a waiting volcano to destroy it. Unfortunately, the blast awakens an even deadlier force known as "The Primagen". Once again a Turok is tasked with restoring peace to the land and stopping The Primagen from merging Earth with the Nether World.

Turok 2: Seeds of Evil should launch on March 2, priced at $19.99.

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Immortal Redneck

Immortal Redneck is a first-person shooter set in Egypt with rogue-lite elements. The game mixes old-school "floaty" shooter action with challenging gameplay much like Ziggurat on Xbox One. Immortal Redneck features randomly-generated dungeons, a complete skill tree, permanent death, and nine character classes with different traits.

Immortal Redneck should launch on February 27, priced at $19.99.

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Gravel is a racing game set across a variety of environments all over the world. It features three racing challenges including cross country, stadium events, and unique courses set in the wild. The game allows you to take your racing skills online against other players and compete for the title of Gravel World Champion.

Gravel should launch on February 27, starting at $49.99. The game features Xbox One X support.

de Blob 2

de Blob 2 is a colorful platformer that utilizes unique painting mechanics and low gravity space. Set a few years after the events of the first de Blob game, de Blob 2 revolves around another attempt to wipe all colorful individuality from Prisma City and its residents. It's up to the player to join the Color Underground and bring color back to the world. The game originally launched many years ago but it's finally coming to Xbox One.

de Blob 2 should launch on February 27.

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Bridge Constructor Portal

Bridge Constructor Portal is a spin-off of the popular Bridge Constructor franchise and features technology straight from Valve's cult classic. The game contains exciting challenges against the nemesis of the Portal franchise, GLaDOS, as well as teleportation and bridge building.

Bridge Constructor Portal should launch on February 28.

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Darkest Dungeon: Crimson Edition

Darkest Dungeon is a challenging gothic rogue-like turn-based game about the psychological stresses of adventuring. The goal is to recruit, train, and lead a team of flawed heroes through twisted forests, forgotten warrens, and ruined crypts. You'll battle not only unimaginable foes, but stress, famine, disease, and the ever-encroaching dark. Players will uncover strange mysteries, and pit the heroes against an array of fearsome monsters with a strategic combat system. Darkest Dungeon: Crimson Edition contains Darkest Dungeon and The Crimson Court expansion.

Darkest Dungeon: Crimson Edition should launch on February 28, priced at $24.99.

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Mulaka takes players to northern Mexico's breathtaking landscapes in an action game based on the indigenous culture of the Tarahumara. The Tarahumara are renowned for their impressive running abilities. You play as a Sukurúame shaman as you fight back the foulness corrupting the land, while drawing upon the powers of demigods. Gameplay revolves around solving puzzles in environments inspired by real locations, to heated hand-to-hand combat with creatures pulled from the region's mythology.

Mulaka should launch on March 2, priced at $19.99.

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Other experiences like The Elder Scrolls Online: Dragon Bones, Pit People, RiftStar Raiders, Shoppe Keep, The Story Goes On, and Switch: Or Die Trying are also coming out next week.

These are the biggest games launching soon, and many of them seem like absolutely thrilling experiences. Be sure to check out Darkest Dungeon: Crimson Edition and Mulaka 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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