Xbox reveals ID@Xbox Summer Spotlight, showing off over 30 different indie games
Multiple indie creators get some time in the spotlight.
What you need to know
- Xbox has revealed the ID@Xbox Summer Spotlight.
- This series of videos shows over 30 indie games coming to Xbox platforms.
- Some, like Call of the Sea, support Smart Delivery on Xbox Series X.
Earlier this year, Xbox announced ID@Xbox Spotlight, a series of videos showing off a wide variety of ID@Xbox games. This style of showcase is continuing as today, Xbox revealed the @ID@Xbox Summer Spotlight, which features over 30 different indie games.
Summer Spotlight #1
The first of these videos takes a look at SkateBird, Spellbreak, The Falconeer, The Forgotten City, Trash Sailors, Call of the Sea, Dead Static Drive and Welcome to Elk.
Summer Spotlight #2
Next up, we've got Carrion, Ary and the Secret of Seasons, Atrio: The Dark Wild, Black Book and No Straight Roads.
Summer Spotlight #3
The next batch of games is Everspace 2, Foregone, Going Under, Hitchhiker – A Mystery Game and Paradise Lost.
Summer Spotlight #4
The next video shows off ScourgeBringer, Phogs!, Psikodelya, Sail Forth and Super Meat Boy Forever.
Summer Spotlight #5
We've also The Ascent, Cake Bash, The Riftbreaker, The Universim and Cyber Shadow to check out.
Summer Spotlight #6
The final batch of games to look at is Knight Squad 2, Boomerang Fu, VoidTrain, Wintermoor Tactics Club, Xuan-Yuan Sword VII and Backbone.
Plenty to check out
So there you go, there's a wide variety of indie games to look forward to.
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