ID@Xbox Showcase April 2024
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Here Are the ID@Xbox April 2024 Xbox Games

The April 2024 ID@Xbox Showcase was a short presentation of various indie games coming to Xbox in the coming months. The showcase was streamed in partnership with IGN, who hosted the show.

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Here is a list of every Xbox game that was featured during the ID@Xbox Showcase, ordered by title:

  • 33 Immortals – TBA, Closed Beta May 24, 2024 (Coming to Game Pass)
  • All You Need is Help – Fall 2024 (Coming to Game Pass)
  • Astor: Blade of the Monolith – May 30, 2024
  • Centum – Summer 2024
  • Commandos: Origins – TBA, Closed Beta Summer 2024 (Coming to Game Pass)
  • Depersonalization – TBA (Coming to Game Pass)
  • Dungeons of Hinterberg – July 18, 2024 (Coming to Game Pass)
  • Fera: The Sundered Tribes – 2024
  • Firework – TBA (Coming to Game Pass)
  • Hangry – TBA
  • Jackbox Naughty Pack – 2024
  • Keplerth – TBA (Coming to Game Pass)
  • Keylocker – Summer 2024
  • Lost Records: Bloom & Rage – Late 2024
  • Palworld New Pals/Region – Summer 2024
  • Promise Mascot Agency – 2025
  • The Rewinder – out now (on Game Pass)
  • Stampede: Racing Royale – Summer 2024 (Early Access)
  • Sulfur – TBA
  • Tails of Iron II: Whiskers of Winter – TBA
  • Times & Galaxy – June 2024
  • Vampire Survivors Laborratory Update – out now
  • Volcano Princess – TBA (Coming to Game Pass)

The full presentation can be viewed here:

Due to its indie focus, this was a much smaller presentation than the previous Xbox Partner Showcase from March 2024. The show also featured a montage of games from the Triple-I Initiative, confirming which games will be coming to Xbox, including Cat Quest III, Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn and Shadows of Doubt.

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Leigh is a staff writer and content creator from the UK. He has been playing games since falling in love with Tomb Raider on the PS1, and now plays a bit of everything, from AAA blockbusters to indie weirdness. He has also written for Game Rant and Geeky Brummie. He can also be found making YouTube video essays as Bob the Pet Ferret, discussing such topics as why Final Fantasy X-2’s story is better than people like to think.