We all know very well that 2017 has been a spectacular year in terms of video games, and it will be difficult for 2018 to surpass it. However, now today in this article I will present top 10 Xbox One Games that every collection needs.
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Top 10 Xbox One Games That Every Collection Needs
2017 has been a spectacular year in terms of video games, and it will be difficult for 2018 to surpass it. Although if we stop to review everything that is to come, we can not say that 2018 is going to be a bad year: there are long-awaited sequels, unexpected returns and new IPs of the most promising.
As for Xbox One, although there are no (for now, since Microsoft reserves surprises for E3 2018) many exclusives in sight, will enjoy very good health this year, especially in relation to the Xbox Game Pass.
The best of all times that are already available on Xbox One
Before, yes, we must remember the best that have emerged during these two few months of 2018. There has been no exclusive for now.
1. Monster Hunter World
January has left us one of the first serious candidates for GOTY 2018: ‘Monster Hunter World’. All a bottomless pit of hours where we never waste time and whose level of addiction is increasing. Beware of hunting!
2. Dragon Ball FighterZ
Arc System Works has raised the bar with respect to other Dragon Ball Z video games with ‘Dragon Ball FighterZ’. A fighting game that is very complete and more accessible than ever, and which is missing to receive many more mythical fighters.
3. QUBE 2
With ‘QUBE 2’, Toxic Games has fully matured as a studio, living a certain parallelism with the creators of ‘Portal’ in its beginnings. Because the first ‘QUBE’ and the original version of Valve’s classic emerged as end-of-career projects. Of course, the evolutionary leap of ‘QUBE 2’ is brutal.
4. A Way Out
A Way Out’ is the new from the creators of ‘Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons’, with Josef Fares leading the project, and it has turned out to be another unforgettable cooperative experience. But the best of all is that, although we buy in physical, we can play with another colleague with a single copy.
5. Far Cry 5
There was much expectation around ‘Far Cry 5’, and finally, Ubisoft has been up to what we expected from this new ‘Far Cry’. It has everything: charismatic villain, a praiseworthy variety of missions, a story with moments of the most shocking and is addictive as few and then there’s the gift editor.
6. Crackdown 3
‘Crackdown 3’ will also be included as standard in Xbox Game Pass, being the first qualitative leap of the saga after the long eight years of drought! Microsoft has to redeem itself after the bad image perpetrated by its sequel . And for now, except for the opportune delays, it seems that it is on the right track as it promises.
7. State of Decay 2
‘State of Decay 2’, the third exclusive of the Microsoft family for this year, will also be in Xbox Game Pass and stands out, above all, for implementing the multiplayer mode. That one that did not have its remarkable precursor, the primal ‘State of Decay’ of 2013. With this sequel, the survival will acquire another level.
8. Red Dead Redemption 2
‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ is probably one of the most anticipated sequels in history. The history of the first ‘Red Dead Redemption’ left us very marked, being a delight, in addition, living that time so wild and raw.
9. Darksiders III
The first ‘Darksiders’ also enjoyed good reviews, but we were saddened by what came next with THQ. Luckily the editor has returned with renewed strength and ‘Darksiders III’ will be a reality this year, knowing finally what happened to the third of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, the magician Fury.
10. Metro Exodus
‘Metro Exodus’ also caused a sensation with its official presentation at E3 2017, also from the Microsoft conference. A title that apparently will take full advantage of the extra power of Xbox One X. We want it now!
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