Microsoft has officially kicked off its annual Summer Spotlight event, which will highlight more than 30 new games in all. Set to run through September 4, the event will bring attention to new releases on a weekly basis for the next 6 weeks.
For this inaugural week, Microsoft is calling out the likes of Gigantic, Fortnite, and What Remains of Edith Finch. Here's a look at what's new:
- Fable Fortune (Game Preview)
- Serial Cleaner
- What Remains of Edith Finch
- Infinite Minigolf
- Super Cloudbuilt
- Conga Master
Other games set to arrive in the coming weeks include The Long Dark, Aven Colony, Sonic Mania, and many more. Microsoft is also using the Summer Spotlight event to dish out 4,000 reward credits for anyone who spends $40 on spotlighted content over the course of the 6 weeks.
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