The X019 event is a festival for both Xbox One and PC gamers because Microsoft and its studios have announced a series of new games for these two systems.

X019, an event dedicated to the Xbox ecosystem organized by Microsoft, officially took place in the early morning of November 15, 2019At the event. Microsoft and its studios and outside studios announced a new series of games for Xbox and PC (via Xbox Game Pass).

Fractured Minds

This is a small indie game created by Emily Mitchell, a young girl with stress syndrome. This mental illness caused Emily to spend a lot of time at school, and that time was used to create games as a way of relieving emotions. The game features simple puzzle gameplay developed for three years since Emily was only 17 years old.

The game is now sold on four PC systems, PS4, Xbox One, Switch for only $ 1.99 to raise funds to support mental health – 80% of the game’s profits will be shared between Emily and the organization from Safe In Our World. It has a concise duration – about 10-20 minutes, but it is also quite impressive, expressing your message clearly, and the ending can make you very surprised.


The short trailer that the studio Rare uses to introduce its new title does not provide much information for gamers and shows its beautiful animation style image. According to what’s shown in the trailer, it looks like the game will be action-adventure.

“The Everwild team is focusing on building an experience that allows gamers to play in new ways in a magical natural world. Everwild will give gamers around the world memorable experiences to share, ”said Craig Duncan, head of the Rare studio.

Rare will be released on Xbox One and Windows 10, but its release date has not been disclosed.


Despite the success of Outer Worlds and strong capital inflows from Microsoft, Obsidian Entertainment still wants to keep itself as a small studio, making moderate-sized games like Outer World and below instead of titles epic blockbuster. Grounded in this group’s latest project: Obsidian’s game is a survival game with a unique setting when you are reduced to a tiny person, so you have to fight bugs, cockroaches instead of normal predators. This idea will surprise gamers, but whether it retains gamers depends on how Obisidian materializes it.

West of Dead

Just by hearing the name, you know this is a cowboy game, but it also adds many fantasy elements, from the main character has a fiery skull to the enemy is weird monsters. The game belongs to the shooting action genre with an isometric view from above, promising to bring gamers’ entertaining moments “brain off” interesting.

The game is now open for Open Beta testing on Xbox One from now until November 25. The game will be released on PC (Steam, GOG, and Microsoft Store), Xbox One (and Xbox Game Pass), PS4 early next year.

Bleeding Edge

This hero shooter game came to X019 to announce the release date: it will officially launch on March 24, 2020, on PC (Steam, Microsoft Store), Xbox One, and Xbox Game Pass. The gameplay of the game is similar to Overwatch but has a third-person perspective and focuses more on melee array when about half of the game’s skills are close-range.

KartRider: Drift

The KartRider brand is familiar to Vietnamese gamers through the BoomSpeed game. The latest version of this series is KartRider: Drift, which was just announced by Nexon at X019 with the promise to launch in 2020 on Xbox One. You can register for the game’s beta phase at

Tell Me Why

Tell Me Why is a rare game on this list that doesn’t choose a pure cartoon style but still has colorful glitter graphics rather than focusing on authenticity. It was developed by Dontnod Entertainment – the people who made Life is Strange, and will always be a real-life story adapted into a game to bring you to a new life in Alaska, USA. The game’s entire content will be released in the summer of 2020 on PC, Xbox One.

The Artful Escape

A few years ago, The Artful Escape development team failed in their Kickstarter campaign, but that didn’t stop them from developing their passionate project. The game tells Francis, an eccentric teenage musician who fights and fights monsters in folk tales. According to information in the trailer shown at X019, the game will be released on PC, Xbox One, and iOS in 2020.

Microsoft Flight Simulator

The game, which requires 20,000 Blu-ray discs from Microsoft, has just released its first gameplay trailer. With stunning 4K images, Flight Simulator will probably make gamers see their roof when crossing it in the game. If you want to know more about the game, visit the previous article about it.

Age of Empires 4

The 70-second gameplay trailer of Relic 4’s Age of Empires 4 released at X019 reassured the Empire’s fans when both its image and gameplay retained the style of Age of Empires 2. It can also be seen that the game’s graphical background has turned to full 3D and no longer limits the construction on a grid of squares as ever. However, the game is currently in the pre-alpha stage and is still a long way from being released, so do not expect it to play Empire 4 next year.


The new version of Raid developed by Smilegate appears at X019 with a trailer showing the visual beauty and new appearance of the old maps that gamers are familiar with in Raid. The game will be released for free on Xbox One in 2020.

Last Stop

Last Stop tells gamers three different stories but twisted together by the mysteries in the lives of John, Meena, and Donna’s main characters. The game is in the adventure genre in a third-person perspective, developed by Variable State (author of Virginia). It is set in the city of London, where magic suddenly appeared. The game is expected to be released in 2020.

Minecraft Dungeon

After a long wait, we finally have the launch date of the Minecraft Dungeon at X019. The game will be released in April 2020, and gamers can go to the game’s homepage to register for the game’s testing sessions to be held in the future.

Wasteland 3

inXile Entertainment introduces the role-playing game Wasteland 3 with an awe-inspiring trailer at X019, showing both the apocalyptic climate that the game wants to build and the calculated, tactical gameplay that gamers have familiar with from the first two Wasteland. The game will have both co-op mode and is expected to launch on May 19, 2020, on PCs (Windows, Mac, Linux), PS4, Xbox One.