The arrival of 2019 has brought with it another 12 extraordinary months of gaming goodness. Although Microsoft’s offerings are rather slim at the moment, the company is buying development companies to ensure a spectacular line-up of games for the rest of the year. There is an overabundance of excellent titles to look forward to across Xbox X, Xbox One S, and even Xbox One. With that in mind, let’s take a look at the titles worth saving up for.

Division 2

Tom Clancy’s The Division has come a long way since the original release, transforming into a brutally addictive online first-person shooter with plenty of incredible features. Unfortunately, the original was introduced too late for players to take notice which leaves the sequel with a fantastic opportunity to blow every player out of the water. Division 2 is set to be released on 15 March 2019.

Halo Infinite

Everyone is waiting to see a conclusion when it comes to The Reclaimer Trilogy that initially started with Halo 4 back in 2012. Thanks to infinite, which will necessarily take the role of Halo 6, a brand-new chapter awaits players in another Master Chief journey. There’s not a lot of information about Halo Infinite at the moment. We expect another phenomenal first-person shooter with loads of multiplayer activities and in-depth storytelling once it is released.

Dead or Alive 6

Team Ninja is finally maturing the Dead or Alive franchise by abandoning the disproportionate sexualisation that has been defining the series for many years. This will be replaced by a more complex and more in-depth fighting system, encouraging players to try their absolute best to succeed. Noticeable damage and destructible stages will make a return as well as a fully-featured customisation mode. The game is set to be released on 1 March 2019.

Rage 2

This is one sequel that no gamer on earth expected to happen. The original first-person shooter was well-received. However, its successor arrived nearly a decade later which felt out of the blue, to be honest. However, once you start playing it, it will turn out to be a game well worth your time and money. The story occurs three decades after the original, allowing gamers to freely explore a massive post-apocalyptic world filled with mutants and bandits that are more disgusting than their ancestors. Rage 2 received inspiration from Titanfall and Destiny 2 to provide a thrilling experience that can be experimented with. The game is set to be released on 14 May 2019.


The session was a successfully funded project on Kickstarter during 2017 and promised to provide the next best thing in terms of skating. Session is the creation between keeping things simple and the love of skating. The control system, where players use the left stick to control the left foot and the right stick to control the right foot is going to be intuitive to allow players to perform insane tricks. There’s no release date on this yet, but it will be something worth playing.