Every week, numerous games launch on Xbox One, but which ones truly stand out? Here are some of the biggest and most anticipated titles launching across Microsoft's platforms next week. We have a few new smaller releases on Xbox One, but there are still a few surprises here and there. Notably, Two Point Hospital and Wasteland Remastered are launching soon. With that in mind, here are all the best games launching next week, between February 17 to 21.
One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows
Dive into a dynamic fighting game experience with beloved characters from the first Season of One Punch Man! Play as your favorite hero – or become one!
One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows should launch on February 28, starting at $60.
Saitama will save the day!
Experience the world of One-Punch Man for yourself in One-Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows! Form a team of your favorite heroes and villains, grow your techniques, and see who reigns supreme in this game.
Two Point Hospital
Build up a hospital from nothing to a masterpiece as you design the most beautiful – or functional – healthcare operation in the whole of Two Point County.
Two Point Hospital should launch on February 25, priced at $40. The game runs at 4K resolution on Xbox One X and is part of Xbox Game Pass.
Coming to Xbox One
Don't expect Two Point County to be populated with your usual types of patients. In this world, you'll experience Two Point's trademark quirky illnesses; from Light-headedness to Cubism – each requiring their very own special type of treatment machine.
The classic rises from the nuclear ashes! Wasteland Remastered is an overhaul of the 1988 title that brought the post-apocalypse to video games. Bring law to a lawless future or burn everything to the ground with full freedom of choice and consequence.
Wasteland Remastered should launch on February 25, priced at $15. The game supports Xbox Play Anywhere.
Survive the apocalypse
The classic rises from the nuclear ashes! Wasteland Remastered is an overhaul of the 1988 title that brought the post-apocalypse to video games.
Other experiences like Mega Man Zero ZX Legacy Collection and Vasilis should also release next week. If you're looking for a break between those heavy-hitters, be sure to check out these games because they're a lot of fun.
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