Here is a recap of the Tokyo Game Show Xbox Stream 2022

The Xbox Stream for Tokyo Game Show 2022 did not disappoint, with a slew of exciting announcements and reveals during the 40-minute livestream. Below is a recap of everything gamers were treated to during the event.

More Games coming to Game Pass

We were treated to several Game Pass reveals. Among them are five new additions playable today:

  • Fuga: Melodies of Steel
  • Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony Anniversary Edition
  • Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation
  • Ni no Kuni Wrath of the White Witch Remastered
  • Assassin's Creed Odyssey

Also coming soon to Game Pass are Guilty Gear—Strive, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Special Edition, and—in 2023—Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes.

Deathloop will be a day one Xbox Game Pass game when its Xbox release arrives on September 20. And Dyson Sphere Program will release on PC Game Pass October 13.

Kiriko dashes into Overwatch 2 on October 4

Kiriko joins Overwatch 2 as the newest Support hero!

Overwatch 2 character Kiriko

Brand new Persona 5 Royal trailer

Persona 3 Portable, Persona 4 Golden, and Persona 5 Royal will soon be available on Xbox and Windows, starting with Persona 5 Royal on October 21.

Persona 5 Royal art

Palworld coming to Xbox   

From the creators of Craftopia comes a brand new open-world multiplayer survival crafting game.

Palworld art

Forza Horizon celebrates 10 year anniversary

The seminal open world racing franchise will celebrate ten years of racing game supremacy with an update coming sometime in October.

Forza Horizon Anniversary art

Also featured in Tokyo Game Show Xbox Stream 2022

  • Wo Long Fallen Dynasty deep dive with Fumijiko Yasuda and Masaaki Yamagiwa.
  • Naraka: Bladepoint updates
  • Exoprimal preview

Another year, another great Tokyo Game Show! Especially for Xbox fans. You can watch the stream in its entirety here. Or check out the brief recap video below.

 

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