This week in July sees thirteen titles added to Xbox including one thrilling launch on Game Pass. One of the most incredible things about the games coming to Xbox every week is how diverse they can be. Despite the lack of any real high profile blockbuster titles coming, there’s still a lot of great stuff to play no matter your taste.
Without further ado, here are the games that are coming to Xbox for the week of July 18 to 22, 2022.
As Dusk Falls (July 19): “An original interactive drama from Interior/Night that explores the entangled lives of two families across thirty years. Starting in 1998 with a robbery-gone-wrong in small town Arizona, the choices you make have a powerful impact on the characters’ lives in this uncompromising story of betrayal, sacrifice, and resilience.” (Also on PC, launching on Game Pass, Optimised For Xbox Series X|S)
Endling – Extinction Is Forever (July 19): “Will a mother fox manage to keep its little cubs alive? Discover the destructive force of humans as they corrupt, pollute, and exploit the most precious and valuable resources of the natural environment day by day. Plan your next move carefully since it could be the last for you and your cubs.” (Console)
Forza Horizon 5: Hot Wheels (July 19): “Calling all daredevil drivers and creators! Blast off to the visually stunning, exhilarating new Horizon Hot Wheels Park, high in the clouds above Mexico. Design, build, and share your own Hot Wheels adventure with 80 distinct, snappable track pieces.” (Also on PC, Optimised For Xbox Series X|S)
Gloom and Doom (July 19): “A visual novel throwback to ‘90s slacker movies with a supernatural twist. A depressed wraith is trying to earn his way back into heaven by hunting demons. His final mark is a girl who believes she will cause the end of the world.” (Console, Optimised For Xbox Series X|S)
Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance 2 (July 20): “An old-school hack-and-slash action RPG awaits! Pick one of five heroes, defeat monstrous enemies with weapons and spells, loot treasure and level up in this classic D&D fantasy adventure.” (Console)
Hazel Sky (July 20): “A heartfelt adventure about a young engineer facing his destiny and his desires. Fix ramshackle flying machines and jump, climb, swing, and slide through a beautiful, mysterious world.” (Console)
Seduction: A Monk’s Fate (July 20): “Side-scrolling action and classic adventure storytelling come together in a horror-themed tale about a monk who must enter a dark and surreal realm. What mysteries lie hidden, and can those he respects truly be trusted?” (Console, Optimised For Xbox Series X|S)
Bright Memory: Infinite (July 21): “Bright Memory: Infinite is an all-new lightning-fast fusion of the FPS and action genres, created by FYQD-Studio. A strange phenomenon for which scientists can find no explanation has occurred in the skies around the world.” (Console, Optimised For Xbox Series X|S)
Hell Pie (July 21): “An obscene 3D platformer that takes bad taste to the next level! Grab the horns of Nate, the Demon of Bad Taste, as he is given the honorable task of gathering the disgusting ingredients for Satan’s infamous birthday pie.” (Console, Optimised For Xbox Series X|S)
Aery – Vikings (July 22): “A story-driven 3D flight exploration game in which you control a little bird that is on its journey to complete a near impossible task of the gods. Make your journey through a wonderful, exciting, and breathtaking world and enjoy the feeling of flying on your search for Valhalla.” (Console)
Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium (July 22): “Capcom is taking you back to the stadium with another collection of your favorite classic hits! Come see what’s changed, and what’s completely new, from 3D-rendered arcade cabinets to scanline filters, there’s everything you need to recreate that arcade atmosphere. (Console)
Princess.Loot.Pixel.Again x2 (July 22): “Save cats! Kill dragons! Kiss the Princess! Lots of fun with no hint at being serious, randomly generated adventures. x2 means heaps more artifacts, objects, locations, enemies, bosses, secrets and booby traps!” (Console)
Severed Steel (July 22): “A stylish single-player FPS featuring a fluid stunt system, destructible voxel environments, loads of bullet time, a unique one-armed protagonist, and a dark electronic soundtrack.” (Console)
The games listed here doesn’t account for any last minute additions from Microsoft such as via Xbox Game Pass. While As Dusk Falls is the only Game Pass launch listed here, we’re expecting Microsoft to reveal the second half of games for Game Pass not long from now, so expect more stuff coming to Xbox this July.