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Aaron Greenberg Teases Xbox Has 'A Lot More' Unannounced Games in Development

Aaron Greenberg Teases Xbox Has 'A Lot More' Unannounced Games in Development - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 05 July 2022 / 1,631 Views

Microsoft's GM of Xbox games marketing Aaron Greenberg responding to a tweet from Twitter user Klobrille that showcased a list of upcoming first-party Xbox games and a handful of third-party games published by Xbox. In the response Greenberg has teased there are "a lot more" unannounced games in the works at Xbox.

"Thanks for creating this Klobrille love your work," said Greenberg. "Impressive list to see especially knowing there is a lot more in the works that is not on here!"

The tweet from Klobrille features the roadmap of games from Xbox Game Studios and Bethesda including games that released in 2020, 2021, and games that are set to release in 2022, 2023, and beyond.


A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012 and taking over the hardware estimates in 2017. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel. You can contact the author on Twitter @TrunksWD.


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28 Comments
Azzanation (on 05 July 2022)

Get the developers who made TNMT Shredders Revenge onto Battletoads ASAP!

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coolbeans Azzanation (on 06 July 2022)

I'm willing to bet Dlala has already been slated for BT2.

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Rafie Azzanation (on 07 July 2022)

I'm actually with ya on that. The recent TMNT is beat'em ups done RIGHT!

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gtotheunit91 (on 06 July 2022)

Considering we don't know what The Coalition, Compulsion Games, Double Fine, inXile Entertainment, id Software, Roundhouse Studios, and ZeniMax Online Studios have been working on, I'm not surprised. Not to mention any additional projects that studios whose games we do know of could additionally be working on.

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Shatts (on 05 July 2022)

I would be disappointed if they didn't

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LivncA_Dis3 (on 06 July 2022)

They keep teasing but they aren't releasing much and still depend on the holy trilogy

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Drakrami (on 06 July 2022)

Having released very little the past 3-4 years. And even this year there's nothing. Walk the walk lol.

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smroadkill15 Drakrami (on 06 July 2022)

XGS had a very solid 2020 and 2021 release schedule. This year is disappointing with the delays and only smaller releases, even if they are good. Next year will certainly be an improvement. They have way too many games in development to have another year like this one.

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Azzanation Drakrami (on 06 July 2022)

It won best publisher.

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Bandorr Azzanation (on 06 July 2022)

By Metacritic. You forgot that important point.

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gtotheunit91 Bandorr (on 06 July 2022)

That's kind of important to a lot of people unfortunately lol

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eva01beserk gtotheunit91 (on 06 July 2022)

Also important to a lot of people for those games to be on their platform. Or not on the competition like death loop and psychonaughts.

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gtotheunit91 eva01beserk (on 06 July 2022)

Both examples you gave are from previous contractual obligations. Xbox honors existing agreements and they still get flack lol

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eva01beserk gtotheunit91 (on 06 July 2022)

Good on them. But why are we celebrating games not available on your console and or everywhere else? There would be no flack if they weren't doing victory laps for having an excuse.

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gtotheunit91 eva01beserk (on 06 July 2022)

Deathloop wasn't part of the "best publisher of 2021" for Xbox. Just Psychonauts 2 since the game was published by Xbox Game Studios, which, fair point. But going forward, there's no more contractual obligations. Other than Indiana Jones, maybe. So time will tell.

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Azzanation Bandorr (on 06 July 2022)

Drakrami is claiming they have done little the past 3 to 4 years. To not only win the best reviewed publisher last year by Meta, they broke the record for highest average on the site. There is no debate here, its just nonsense to say they have done little.

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eva01beserk Azzanation (on 06 July 2022)

For games not on their platform and/or on every other platform. Isn't that interesting.

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gtotheunit91 eva01beserk (on 06 July 2022)

What are you talking about? It was games only released by the publisher that was taken into consideration lol. Feel free to look for yourself

https://www.metacritic.com/pictures/2022-game-publisher-rankings/31

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eva01beserk gtotheunit91 (on 06 July 2022)

I tried. They don't show a full list. Even when I try to search by company it shows 7 games for Sony but I the article ot says 11. So something Is off. Or maybe it's a mobile window thing.

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gtotheunit91 Drakrami (on 06 July 2022)

I find your comment funny. It takes on average 4-5 years for a typical AAA game to be in development, if not longer. Microsoft only started their spending spree in 2018. And you were now expecting them to be cranking out hit after hit 4 years after acquiring studios and where half of that time was work from home during a pandemic??? Many never consider anything outside of their own bias.

There's 15 first-party games that have officially been announced by Xbox. It's not like these games are going to magically be cancelled lol. They're going to release.

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LudicrousSpeed (on 06 July 2022)

They've had a rough 2022 thanks to delays, but for some reason that makes people forget they had very good 2020 and 2021 catalogues. And even if their first party has been lacking in 2022, GamePass has more than made up for it.

Imagine what this list will look like going forward once MS is detached from all existing exclusive deals (maybe they are already now that Ghostwire Tokyo or whatever is out) and has Activision Blizzard under their wing. Yikes.

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Kakadu18 (on 06 July 2022)

I hope a new Ori game is in development.

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gtotheunit91 Kakadu18 (on 06 July 2022)

If it is, it wouldn't be with the original Ori developers. Xbox cut ties with them when it was unveiled how toxic that studios leadership is and Xbox didn't want anything to do with them anymore.

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Imaginedvl gtotheunit91 (on 06 July 2022)

Yah I believe Microsoft owns the IP anyway so they can have another studio working on it; OR they buy this one and like Activision/Blizzard, clean it up ;-)

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Kakadu18 gtotheunit91 (on 06 July 2022)

That is a shame.

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DonFerrari (on 06 July 2022)

To be launched 2030?

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Azzanation DonFerrari (on 06 July 2022)

Bored?

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