Everything we saw at the ID@Xbox event

The latest ID@Xbox has something for indie lovers of all stripes, including samurai swords, pixelated pro wrestlers and cute little foxes…with swords. Basically, if you love the unique characters and language of indie games, you will enjoy this year. Even better, we’ve made it easy for you to watch the full show again and put together everything we saw during the ID@Xbox event live stream.

Immortal: An interactive movie trilogy

From the mind of Sam Barlow (author of Her Story and the critically acclaimed Lie) comes a new interactive mystery. You’ll flip through lost family films to find out exactly what happened to a woman named Marissa Marcel.

Release date: Summer 2022
Platform: X / WILL
Xbox Game Pass: Yes

Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn

From the studio behind 2018’s Ashen, comes a new open-world action RPG. You’ll play as a pistol-wielding woman named Nor and her fox-like companion Enki on a journey to “revenge, gunpowder, and magic at the bottom of humanity.”

Release date: 2022
Platforms: X/S, Xbox One
Xbox Game Pass: Yes

Cursed for Golf

The “What If Golf, But Weird” genre has had a bit of a renaissance in the past few years. This game seems to promise a more spooky batting, about a journey out of “golf purgatory” with power-ups, spooky dangers, and an emphasis on playability. again.

Release date: TBD
Platform: PC
Game Pass: TBD

Escape Academy

Everyone knows high school can be hell, but at least you’ve never had classes that turn into escape rooms. That’s exactly what Escape Academy offers prospective students, which have over a dozen escape rooms and can be played solo or co-op with friends. The game is being published by iam8bit (a good supplier of video game merchandise) and features music by Doseone, composer for Enter the Gungeon, Gang Beast, and Sulf Life.

Release date: TBD
Platform: Dashboard
Xbox Game Pass: TBD


Described as an SRPG/JRPG combination influenced by titles like The Lord of the Rings, Suikoden, and Final Fantasy. The world of Osfeld is a world of turmoil. Giant whales hover in the sky, and whenever one of them dies, it will plunge to earth and dramatically change political and economic powers, and erupt into a great war. to claim the resources left by its body. Players will command an army in an attempt to thwart a plot to kill one of these majestic (and deadly) creatures, averting global chaos.

Release date: TBD
Platform: Dashboard
Xbox Game Pass: TBD

Wrestle Quest

SO! Professional wrestlers like the late “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Andre the Giant and many more help you on your journey to becoming a wrestling legend, all in pixel art style.

Release date: TBD
Platform: Dashboard
Xbox Game Pass: TBD


Take control of an adorable fox with a sword in this Zelda-like action adventure game. This company has been in development for a while, so you can check out five reasons why Ao Dai should be on your radar.

Release Date: Available now.
Platforms: X/S, Xbox One
Xbox Game Pass: Yes

One of IGN’s highest-rated strategy games ever is finally making its journey from PC to Xbox Game Pass.

Release date: March 29
Platform: Dashboard
Xbox Game Pass: Yes

Walk to Yomi

We previously watched Trek to Yomi in State of Play last week, but we’re not complaining about another look at this stunning black-and-white samurai action adventure that brings back memories of Kurosawa’s films. and Old Boy’s iconic lobby fight.

Release date: TBD
Platform: Dashboard
Xbox Game Pass: TBD

There is no light


Chinatown Detective Agency

Other games

  • Rolling Thunder (Roblox Game Fund / Splitting Point Studios)
  • Beacon Pines (Colleague Travelers)
  • Kraken Academy !! (Colleague travelers)
    • Release date: March 22, 2022
  • Shredder (FoamPunch BV)
  • Lost Eidolons (Ocean Drive Studios)
  • Paradise Killer (Xbox version, available on PC) (Fellow Traveler)
    • Release Date: Now on Xbox
  • Clash: Artifacts of Chaos (Nacon)
  • Floppy Knights (Rose City Games) – coming to Xbox Game Pass
  • Citizen Sleeper (Country traveler)

So what was your favorite indie game in the rollout? Is it Tunic’s adorable foxy adventures, the beauty of Wrestle Quest’s bodyslamming RPG, or something entirely different? Sound off in the comments and let us know.

Joseph Knoop is a writer/producer for IGN.

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