Last Modified: October 21, 2020 5:38 p.m. Xbox Series X launches worldwide on November 10, along with the debut of Xbox Series S – while Microsoft has confirmed Series X / S consoles will release with multiple games available at launch. Confirmed Xbox Series X games that have been listed in bold will use Smart Delivery in the list below. The current list of confirmed games of first and third part includes the following: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Borderlands 3 Bright Memory 1.0 Cuisine Royale Dead by Daylight Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition Destiny 2: Beyond Light DiRT 5 Enlisted Evergate Fortnite Forza Horizon 4 Gears 5 Gears Tactics Grounded Just Dance 2021 King Oddball Maneater Manifold Garden Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate NBA 2K21 Observer: System Redux Ori and the Will of the Wisps Planet Coaster Tetris Effect: Connected The Touryst The Falconeer War Thunder Warhammer: Chaosbane Slayer Edition Watch Dogs Legion Yakuza: Like a Dragon Yes Your Grace This was rumored to be a launch game, but it has also been delayed since early 2021. Several games will also be available during the launch window for the Xbox Series X, including Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War (November 13) and Cyberpunk 2077 (November 19) In addition to the launch games above, it has been confirmed However, the Xbox Series X and Series S will support all games playable on the Xbox One – which include the currently supported Xbox 360 and the original Xbox games. However, those that require a Kinect sensor may not be compatible. Additionally, Xbox Series S users should note that the S Series does not support the Xbox One X enhancements that were made to many Xbox 360 and original Xbox games. Instead, the Xbox Series S will perform the same backwards compatibility feature as the Xbox One S – applying improved texture filtering, better frame rates, and faster load times with HDR.