It’s time to head back in to the battlefields against the Horde, to take on the ancient evils of Drangleic, and to ride down an Aussie highway with nothing but a sweet-handling sports car. As we’ve all been patiently awaiting the new updates coming this fall from upcoming titles like Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Battlefield 1, it’s time we give props to a few of our favorite games from 2016. Here are 10 Xbox One games that you shouldn’t miss:
Forza Horizon 3
Forza Horizon 3 is a racing game. It’s set in Australia, and it has a lot of different car types and races for you to play. You can drive around with friends on the same console or online, too!
There are lots of environments, like rainforest areas that have some dirt roads through them where you can go fast as much as you want without worrying about crashing into anything because there’s nothing there besides trees on either side! Then there are deserts with sand dunes everywhere so if you’re feeling adventurous (or just really bored) then this would definitely be one of my top picks for an Xbox One game when it comes out soon!
Battlefield 1 is a first-person shooter video game developed by EA DICE and published by Electronic Arts. It is the fifteenth installment in the Battlefield series and the first main entry in the series since Battlefield 4. The game was announced on 16 May 2016 with an initial reveal trailer that featured no information on gameplay, but did showcase some of its pre-rendered cinematics. A second trailer was released at E3 2016 and showcased more gameplay footage along with additional information about its campaign and multiplayer components.
Battlefield 1 is set during World War I, where players can take control of various infantry units as well as piloting various vehicles including tanks, airplanes etc.. Unlike previous installments in the franchise which were set in modern times or futuristic settings like future warfare or near future warfare, this installment takes place during The Great War era (1914–1918) when many technological advancements such as tanks were used for warfare for the first time ever before being used to fight against one another throughout Europe alongside other types of weapons such as grenades and poison gas weapons too which can be used against enemies on foot or from above ground level from an airplane’s cockpit view point perspective if you’re lucky enough to have access to one!
The Witcher 3
The Witcher 3 is one of the best games I have ever played, and it’s a great choice if you’re looking for something to play on your Xbox One. The world of The Witcher 3 is full of interesting characters and places that are very fun to explore. The combat system is similar to other RPGs, but has its own special feel that makes each battle feel more intense than in other games. There are many different ways to level up your character as well—you can make him stronger with potions or enchant his weapons with magical abilities—but no matter how you decide to build him up, he’ll always be useful in fights against monsters using different tactics depending on how you want him to act during battle. He also has access to different skills trees, which allow him to improve his abilities even more by making them more effective against specific types of enemies (such as humans or wolves).
Despite all these great features, however…
Dark Souls 3
I think Dark Souls 3 is a great game, but it’s not for everyone. It’s challenging, and it requires patience and persistence to get through some of the later levels. If you like the idea of playing a game where you can die at any moment, or if you’re looking for something that makes you work hard in order to progress further into the story, then this might be your kind of game.
Dark Souls 3 also has an excellent story line—the visuals are stunning, as well as being able to immerse yourself into its world with ease due to its intuitive controls (which are similar to other games).
The game is about a boy who wakes up in a cage, and you have to help him escape. The gameplay is all about puzzles, but it has horror elements as well. You can see inside the boy’s body and help him get out of the cage by opening doors or changing things around with telekinesis. It’s also a platformer where you jump around, but there are parts where you have to solve puzzles by looking at things from different angles and moving blocks around to make it easier for your character (the boy) to reach places he couldn’t before.
DOOM is the ultimate Xbox One game. As an FPS, it’s fast paced and exciting. It’s fun to play and challenging to master, but the controls are simple enough that you can pick it up without any prior knowledge of the series or genre. The story is good too: You’re exploring Mars looking for clues about a mysterious attack on Earth when you run into some demons who’ve taken over Hell itself. In between battling these monsters and discovering what happened back on Earth, there’s plenty of shooting action to keep you busy—and all this happens within just one piece of DLC!
Surprisingly, DOOM is also one of those rare games where everything comes together perfectly in every aspect of production: graphics look stunning for an old-school shooter (though admittedly not as gorgeous as other titles like Fallout 4), sound effects are immersive without being excessive; voice acting keeps things lighthearted without turning silly; level design allows players freedom while still providing challenges along their way… It really does feel like an old-school game brought into modern times with only improvements made where necessary rather than new gimmicks thrown in everywhere just because they could be added later on down the line…
Resident Evil 7
Resident Evil 7 is a pretty scary game. I’ve never been the biggest fan of horror games, but Resident Evil 7 was able to hook me in with its immersive world and well-paced story. The game follows Ethan Winters as he searches for his wife Mia in Dulvey, Louisiana, where she disappeared while on an assignment for her magazine.
The graphics are impressive as you can see every bit of detail on each item in your environment. You’ll feel like you’re actually there because it feels so real! It’s like being teleported into this demented version of reality created by madman Jack Baker and his family members Marguerite and Lucas Baker (yes…that’s their names).
If you want a game that will test your nerves then look no further than Resident Evil 7: Biohazard!
Titanfall 2 is a first-person shooter game that was released on October 28, 2016. This game is made by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts. It has received “generally favorable reviews,” according to Metacritic with an average score of 88/100.
In this open world third-person shooter game set in outer space, you control Jack Cooper who works for the Frontier Militia along with his Titan BT-7274 after years of fighting against the IMC (Interstellar Manufacturing Corporation). You will have to fight off waves of enemies from both sides as well as other threats before finally reaching your goal – to stop this war once and for all!
Gears of War 4
Gears of War 4 is a game that you should play. Whether you are new to the Gears franchise or a veteran of the previous games, there is plenty to enjoy here. The story is good, with some twists and turns along the way. It’s well-paced and keeps you engaged throughout its 10-12 hour campaign (if you don’t play multiplayer).
The multiplayer portion of Gears 4 offers several different modes for players to choose from: Team Deathmatch, Free-for-All (FFA), King of the Hill, Dodgeball and others. There are 5 different maps available at launch with more coming in later DLC packs if they are purchased separately or part of an expansion pass bundle ($29.99 USD). There are also multiple game types within each mode mentioned above so there’s always something fresh to try out when playing online against other players around the world!
Gears 4 also features a character customization system where players can earn rewards as they level up their characters which unlock new combinations for characters’ looks such as helmets, armor pieces etcetera…
This gives a better perspective on the experiences of fellow gamers.
Having played both games, I can say that the game is by no means a comparison. In fact, it’s probably not fair to compare the two, as they both have very different mechanics and gameplay styles. Both are fun and great, but one excels in areas where the other does not.
That’s all for now. I hope this blog has been helpful in providing some insight into the experiences of fellow gamers. Also, if you disagree with my opinions on these games please do not hesitate to give your opinion