New Week, New Games from September 29th

Welcome to New Week, New Games, our little weekend feature that provides you with a little knowledge on next weeks games that will be releasing on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC, between the 29th September and 2nd of October.

So, grab your favourite beverage, and have a look at the games mentioned below. Hopefully you will find something that’s just right for you, in another bumper week of week of new little gems, waiting to be grabbed and downloaded.

Bartlow’s Dread Machine – September 29

A twin-stick arcade shooter with single-player and co-op play modes, six lively game worlds and a cast of strange monsters and historical characters. Master an arsenal of futuristic Edwardian weapons as you fight otherworldly creatures and attempt to save the Commander in Chief.

Bartlow’s Dread Machine – September 29

Projection: First Light – September 29 – Xbox One X Enhanced

Projection: First Light follows Greta, a girl living in a mythological shadow puppet world, as she embarks on a journey across cultures meeting legendary heroes on an illuminating voyage of self-enlightenment. Accompanied by atmospheric visuals and an ethereal soundtrack made with antique instruments used for shadow puppet performances.

Projection: First Light – September 29 – Xbox One X Enhanced

Re:Turn – One Way Trip – September 29

Re:Turn – One Way Trip is a 2D side-scrolling puzzle-adventure horror game. Trapped in a ghostly train, Saki must search the past and present to find and save her friends. More importantly, Saki must use her wits if she is to survive against an unspeakable evil hellbent on avenging unrequited love. Try the demo here.

Re:Turn – One Way Trip – September 29

 

Birthday of Midnight – September 30

Everyone’s favorite fairy is back and ready to be once again launched into the sky. But as always, treacherous obstacles like spikes, circular saws, and plenty of other dangerous hazards are par for the course. To earn a perfect score you must accurately complete each level in the minimum number of strokes, providing an additional layer of challenge.

 

 

Commander ’85 – September 30

A sci-fi thriller about an ordinary birthday present that changes the lives of the main characters forever, disturbing the sleepy peace of the Chicago suburbs. Together with a group of friends and a crazy scientist, you’ll have to try and end the Cold War, discover the secret of the Commander computers, and find out the mysterious truth behind the Roswell incident.

 

Commander ’85 – September 30

 

Feather – September 30

Feather is a multiplayer game about exploration, relaxation, and immersion. Transform yourself into a bird, take flight, and enjoy a zen-like, picturesque landscape on your own terms. Swoop, glide, and backflip your way around mysterious locations to uncover hidden paths that only birds can follow!

 

Feather – September 30

 

Inertial Drift – September 30

Forget everything you know about drifting. Set in a ‘90s retro future, Inertial Drift is an arcade racer with a devastatingly unique handling model and unbelievably satisfying twin-stick drift mechanics. Inertial Drift offers a whole new level of accessibility and challenge to the arcade racing genre – for a driving experience genuinely unlike anything you’ve played before

 

Inertial Drift – September 30

 

Swordbreaker – September 30

Xbox One X Enhanced / Xbox Play Anywhere – Heroic-fantasy interactive story inspired by the classic “choose your own adventure” books. Make crucial decisions that will lead your path to glorious or fatal outcomes… illustrated by over 300 beautiful images.

 

Swordbreaker – September 30

 

FIFA 21 – October 1 (EA Play First Trial)

EA Play members can try FIFA 21 before launch starting October 1 and score exclusive pre-launch challenges and rewards – plus benefits all season long, like unique items, Ultimate Team Season Objective XP boosts, and a 10% discount on EA digital purchases. Whether it’s on the streets or in the stadium, FIFA 21 has more ways to play than ever before, including the UEFA Champions League and CONMEBOL Libertadores. FIFA 21 launches in full on October 6 for Ultimate Edition; October 9 for Standard Edition

 

FIFA 21 – October 1 (EA Play First Trial)

 

Orangeblood – October 1

A manmade island off the coast of Okinawa is humming with a dirty, exotic vibe. Rust and faded concrete glisten in the morning sun and the late-night neon, showing off its various faces. Take down evil gang members and killer robots through simple, yet deep, turn-based gunfighting.

 

Orangeblood – October 1

 

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time – October 2

Neo Cortex and N. Tropy are back at it again and launching an all-out assault on the entire multiverse! Crash and Coco are here to save the day by reuniting the four Quantum Masks and bending the rules of reality with new abilities, more playable characters, ridonkulous bosses, and more.

 

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time – October 2

 

Star Wars: Squadrons – October 2

Pilots wanted! Buckle up, feel the adrenaline of first-person multiplayer space dogfights alongside your squadron, and learn what it means to be a pilot in a thrilling Star Wars single-player campaign. Pre-order to get the New Republic Recruit and Imperial Ace cosmetic items!

 

Star Wars: Squadrons – October 2

 

Dragon Lapis – October 2

Xbox Play Anywhere – Return to the golden age of RPGs with 8-bit graphics and chiptunes. After a great battle between two dragons thousands of years ago, one reawakens and launches an assault on a frontier village. Lucas, a royal knight serving as a guard, is a descendant of the hero who once sealed the two dragons. Nonetheless, when the tragedy strikes, he soon sets out on an adventure to save the world!

 

Dragon Lapis – October 2

 

Warsaw – October 2

A challenging turn-based tactical RPG set in the ruins of a besieged city during the closing months of WWII. Lead your ragtag team of insurgents through the historic streets of the occupied polish capital to witness first-hand the desperate fight for freedom.

 

Warsaw – October 2

 

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