This morning we got an early look at gameplay and several new titles headed to the Xbox Series X. This video conference was the first event of Geoff Keighley‘s Summer Game Fest. It was announced at the beginning of the Livestream that first-party developer titles will be showcased sometime in July. While there was not a ton of new information about the console itself, we got a lot of gorgeous next-gen footage. Here’s a look at all of the game trailers from Inside Xbox May 2020 conference!

It’s important to note that some of these titles will have Smart Delivery support. This means you only need to purchase this title once, so if you buy a game for Xbox One it will be optimized to play on Xbox Series X when you download it again. 

Bright Memory Infinite

Guns, swords, time manipulation, AND a DeLorean? That’s what you can look forward to in the fast-paced FPS Bright Memory Infinite from one-man development studio FYQD. (Smart Delivery support)

Dirt 5

Get ready to get racing in Dirt 5! This game not only features a huge variety of racing environments, but gamers can look forward to hearing the voices of Nolan North and Troy Baker in career mode. Dirt 5 will be available on the Xbox One in October 2020. (Smart Delivery support)


From Ebb Software comes the first-person horror adventure game, Scorn. This game is inspired by the works of H.R Giger, and definitely sent some shivers down our spine! 


In this flight combat shooter, you take on the role of Nara and pilot her sentient spacecraft, Forsaken. The CHORUS gameplay not only looks thrilling but the space landscapes look absolutely stunning. (Smart Delivery support)

Madden 21

In the Madden 21 trailer, we got a glimpse of Madden games over the years and a taste of what we can expect in this next installment. Additionally, we’ll most likely get more game information during EA Play Live on Thursday, June 11. 

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2

We got an eerie look into the next installment of the Vampire: The Masquerade video game series. Get ready to sink your teeth into this game later this year! (Smart Delivery support)

Call of the Sea

From developers Out of the Blue comes their debut title, Call of the Sea. In this first-person adventure/puzzle game, it is up to you to unravel the mysteries behind your husband’s recent disappearance in the South Pacific. (Smart Delivery support)

The Ascent

Prepare to dive into the dark and gritty Cyberpunk world of The Descent. This action RPG offers players the choice of solo or co-op gameplay. The Ascent will be available for the Xbox One later this year. (Smart Delivery support)

The Medium

From the terrifying minds behind Layers of Fear and Blair Witch, comes The Medium. In this psychological horror game, you take on the role of a Medium whose haunted memories and visions lead you to an abandoned hotel resort for answers. 


What happens when you combine psychic abilities and a technologically advanced future? You get Bandai Namco‘s latest action JRPG, SCARLET NEXUS. (Smart Delivery support)

Second Extinction

In Second Extinction, it’s up to you and your friends to combat mutated dinosaurs and retake the Earth! Teamwork will be essential in this 3-person co-op game, along with your arsenal of weapons, abilities, and skills! (Smart Delivery support)

Yakuza: Like a Dragon

The next installment in the Yakuza series is here! In the Yakuza: Like a Dragon trailer, we got a glimpse of some of the characters, combat, and gameplay that we can expect in this upcoming release. (Smart Delivery support)

Assassins Creed Valhalla

Finally, the Inside Xbox May 2020 presentation concluded with a first look at gameplay from Assassins Creed Valhalla. In it, we get a closer look at the dark and stormy world of the Vikings, along with some new dual-wielding weapon action! (Smart Delivery support)


Overall, while this conference may not have been the heavy-hitter Xbox showcase many have been hoping for, it is a taste of what is to come! Moreover, all of us at Geek Girl Authority are looking forward to playing several of these titles once they’re released!

What trailers sparked your attention? And is the Xbox Series X your next console of choice? Let us know in the comments below or on social media!


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