And while it feels similar to the Call of Duty you've played before, Overwatch turns traditional shooters on their heads by adding unique character abilities and cool-downs to the mix that force you to strategize every once in a while instead of blindly running from room to room.
Great graphics, tight maps, and a good roster of characters to enjoy playing.
Graphically impressive, entertaining, and sometimes touching, Battlefield 1 is a return to form for the series.
You'd have to be blind to miss this indie fantasy stunner A top-class graduate of the "Metroidvania" school of action-adventure design, in which an enormous world gradually opens up as you unlock new abilities, Ori is the kind of experience you show a reactionary relative who thinks "videogame art" is a contradiction in terms.
Beautiful and frustrating in equal measure After a long development and lots of anticipation, Xbox indie exclusive Cuphead has finally been released. With visuals and a soundtrack inspired by 1930s animation but gameplay inspired by the platformers of the 80s this game has had us torn since we first tried it at Gamescom.
It's lovely to look at but its gameplay is challenging and you're going to find yourself frustrated and dying A refreshing jump back in time In the latest Battlefield game, DICE takes players back in time to World War One and by doing so completely rejuvenates the once stagnating franchise.
Just don't forget there are some amazing Xbox One experiences available right now.
While the first two entries in Turn 10's spin-off franchise surprised and delighted, Forza Horizon 3 is the unabashed pinnacle of the series, and stands amid some of the greatest racing games ever made.
Read on to see which games make the Xbox platform shine.