Feature: These 10+ Games Are Coming To Xbox This Week (May 2-6)

These 10+ Games Are Coming To Xbox Next Week (May 2-6)

Ready for a new week of Xbox releases? Things are looking pretty quiet in general, but we’ve got plenty of intriguing indies on the way, highlighted by three Xbox Game Pass launches including the highly-anticipated Trek to Yomi.

Here’s what’s coming to Xbox this week:

New Xbox Releases (May 2-6)

Optimised For Xbox Series X|S

  • PictoQuest (May 3): “Challenge your deductive skills by helping two young heroes on their quest to bring the legendary paintings of Pictoria back. Look carefully at the numbers on the edges of the grid…”
  • Loot River (May 3): “Explore procedurally generated labyrinths in a dungeon crawling action roguelike that combines tense, real-time combat with spatial block-shifting…”
  • Slap The Rocks (May 4): “Get medieval on some stones in a puzzling quest of epic pixel art proportions! Block-sliding brain teasers get a fantasy adventure twist in Slap the Rocks, a retro puzzler where you play a medieval treasure hunter…”
  • Citizen Sleeper (May 5): “Live the life of an escaped worker, washed-up on a lawless station at the edge of an interstellar society. Explore the station, choose your friends, escape your past and change your future…”
  • Trek to Yomi (May 5): “With stylish combat, mythic storytelling, a thrilling soundtrack, and a cinematic presentation, Trek to Yomi is looking like one of the year’s can’t-miss titles.”
  • Elemental War 2 (May 6): “Hordes of monsters suddenly pour out of the abysses of hell from a faulty summoned portal. Will you manage to build a defense line of defense towers against the forces of evil in time?”
  • Source of Madness (May 6): “A side-scrolling dark action roguelite set in a twisted Lovecraftian inspired world powered by procedural generation and AI machine learning. Take on the role of a new Acolyte…”

Xbox One

  • PictoQuest (May 3): “Challenge your deductive skills by helping two young heroes on their quest to bring the legendary paintings of Pictoria back. Look carefully at the numbers on the edges of the grid…”
  • Evasion From Hell (May 3): “This uniquely stylized 3D first-person platformer has you journey from the lowest circle of Hell and slowly work your way up to escape and return to the world of the living.”
  • Loot River (May 3): “Explore procedurally generated labyrinths in a dungeon crawling action roguelike that combines tense, real-time combat with spatial block-shifting…”
  • Slap The Rocks (May 4): “Get medieval on some stones in a puzzling quest of epic pixel art proportions! Block-sliding brain teasers get a fantasy adventure twist in Slap the Rocks, a retro puzzler where you play a medieval treasure hunter…”
  • Wildcat Gun Machine (May 4): “Wildcat Gun Machine is a bullet hell dungeon crawler where you take on hordes of disgusting flesh beasts with a wide variety of guns, giant mech robots, and cute kittens.”
  • X-Force Genesis (May 4): “A love letter to fans of shmups from the 80s/90s, X-Force Genesis is a space shooter created from amazing graphics and insane boss battles. Join this epic adventure…”
  • Best Month Ever! (May 5): “Take part in a roller coaster of emotions with Louise embarking on a road trip of a lifetime through the late 1960s USA, trying to show her son Mitch how to navigate the often-cruel modern world.”
  • Citizen Sleeper (May 5): “Live the life of an escaped worker, washed-up on a lawless station at the edge of an interstellar society. Explore the station, choose your friends, escape your past and change your future…”
  • Rifftrax: The Game (May 5): “A multiplayer party game where players compete to make bad movies funny. Grab your friends and make fun of some of the worst cinematic abominations ever created.”
  • Trek to Yomi (May 5): “With stylish combat, mythic storytelling, a thrilling soundtrack, and a cinematic presentation, Trek to Yomi is looking like one of the year’s can’t-miss titles.”
  • Elemental War 2 (May 6): “Hordes of monsters suddenly pour out of the abysses of hell from a faulty summoned portal. Will you manage to build a defense line of defense towers against the forces of evil in time?”
  • Source of Madness (May 6): “A side-scrolling dark action roguelite set in a twisted Lovecraftian inspired world powered by procedural generation and AI machine learning. Take on the role of a new Acolyte…”

Xbox Game Pass Titles

This is what’s confirmed for Xbox Game Pass so far, but more titles may be announced this Tuesday:

Is there anything you’re particularly looking forward to in this list? Let us know in the comments below.

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