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Recap of all of our ‘Games of 2019’

With the passing of the old year and the dawning of the new comes renewed hopes and expectations for the year ahead. Lord Alfred Tennyson, Queen Victoria’s Poet Laureate, once wrote: Hope smiles from the threshold of the year to come, whispering ‘it will be happier.’ Ah, but who cares about all that, a new year means new games!

2018 was a little disappointing for Xbox fans, so we’re hoping that 2019 proves to be a lot better. Throughout January, we’ve been highlighting a different game each day, giving you all the relevant details and salient talking points for big games of the year. There have been almost 30 games in total and if you missed any of them then you can find a link to every one of them down below –

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown
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Bandai Namco Entertainment Developer: Bandai Namco Studios Release Date: Out now

Resident Evil 2
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Capcom Developer: Capcom Release Date: Out now

Kingdom Hearts 3
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Square Enix Developer: Square Enix Release Date: Out now

Crackdown 3
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Microsoft Studios Developer: Sumo Digital Release Date: 15th February

Dead or Alive 6
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Koei Tecmo Developer: Team Ninja Release Date: 15th February

Far Cry New Dawn
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Ubisoft Montreal Developer: Ubisoft Release Date:15th February

Jump Force
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Bandai Namco Developer: Spike Chunsoft Release Date: 15th February

Metro Exodus
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Deep Silver Developer:4A Games Release Date: 15th February

Anthem
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Electronic Arts Developer: BioWare Release Date: 22nd February

DiRT Rally 2.0
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Codemasters Developer: Codemasters Release Date: 26th February

Trials Rising
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Ubisoft Developer: RedLynx, Ubisoft Kiev Release Date: 26th February

Devil May Cry 5
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Capcom Developer: Capcom Release Date: 8th March

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
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Ubisoft Developer: Massive Entertainment Release Date: 15th March

The Sinking City
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Bigben Interactive Developer: Frogwares Release Date: 21st March

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
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Activision Developer: From Software Release Date: 22nd March

Mortal Kombat 11
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Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment Developer: NetherRealm Studios Release Date: 23rd April

Rage 2
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Avalanche Studios Developer: Bethesda Softworks Release Date: 14th May

Team Sonic Racing
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 SEGA Developer: Sumo Digital Release Date: 21st May

Battletoads
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Microsoft Developer: DLaLa Studios Release Date:2019

Biomutant
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THQ Nordic Developer: Experiment 101 Release date: 2019

Code Vein
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Bandai Namco Developer: Bandai Namco Release Date: 2019

Control
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505 Games Developer: Remedy Entertainment Release Date: 2019

Doom Eternal
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Bethesda Softworks Developer: ID Software Release Date:2019

Gears 5
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Microsoft Studios Developer: The Coalition Release Date: 2019

Ori and the Will of the Wisps
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Microsoft Studios Developer: Moon Studios Release Date: 2019

Psychonauts 2
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Starbreeze Studios Developer: Double Fine Productions Release Date: 2019

Skull & Bones
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Ubisoft Developer: Ubisoft Singapore Release date: 2019

Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order
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Electronic Arts Developer: Respawn Entertainment Release Date:2019

Wolfenstein: Youngblood
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Bethesda Softworks Developer: MachineGames Release Date: 2019

Well, that’s all of the games that we know to have been confirmed for a 2019 release. Of course, some of these may slip into 2020 (or even beyond, you never know). We may yet learn of even more new games that will be coming out this year. Keep your eyes on Xbox Enthusiast as we share all the latest news all the way throughout 2019!

Steve Clist
Joint Editor-in-Chief at our sister site XboxEnthusiast, Steve also has a serious love for Nintendo. His first console was an N64 and it was love at first sight. He may specialise in racing games but will give anything a shot. He's also a serious guitar player and musician. Basically, Steve rocks. Need we say more?

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