If you love horror games, you’ll be excited for the Xbox Series X. Horror is a genre in particular that benefits from advances in graphics support for lighting, faster load times, and more detail on the web. screen. If you get chills just thinking about it, we have the list for you: These games are either excellent horror hits on Series X or a special upgrade to Series X games!
Resident Evil: Village
Capcom worked hard to perfect it Resident Evil recipe and a handful of titles have benefited much as Village, a tightly focused RE game set in a gothic town filled with a variety of monsters and intrigue. You play as Ethan Winters, who explores and unlocks the village while running from – and eventually facing – a number of terrifying enemies inspired by ancient horror spooks (both of course Lady Dimitrescu). The Series X does a particularly great job at running around ray tracing Village while still ensuring the speed of 60fps. Gamers who like action mixed with horror will definitely want to give it a try Village, even if it’s been a while since you’ve dipped your toes in Resident Evil series.
One of the first horror games created for Series X, medium offers a very clear core gameplay: As a vehicle, you can jump between two different worlds, one real and the other spirit, to discover the truth. You use these powers to explore a rife resort and piece together what really happened. Just one thing – the spiritual realm can get really drowsy, and you’re not the only presence haunting these ruins. People looking for more stories and discoveries will enjoy this trip.
Survival horror has had a great couple of years, and Tenacity is a great example of how the genre has been refined. The setting will probably be familiar to you: You’re on a dying spaceship and desperately trying to survive and some horror monsters are trying to do the unpredictable with you. Friend.
However, some things make Tenacity only. It uses a lifelike cycle where you make expeditions into the ship, constantly changing layouts, items, and upgrades. There’s a stealth system that requires you to hide in the shadows and a shield system that focuses more on living through attacks than fighting back. This game takes its horror seriously, and the Series X improvement is just the icing on the cake (other than that it plays well in VR).
Speaking of survival horror… Subnautica succeeded thanks to its survival and crafting gameplay set in a hostile alien ocean, which constantly changes from oppressive atmosphere to extremely terrifying (especially if drowning, endless water, ocean monsters, etc., make your skin crawl). Below zero, the sequel, improves on graphics and adds more to-dos, as well as more dangers in alien seas. It’s a good choice if you like a bit of horror and challenge but don’t want to take it too seriously. Newcomers may want to play a little game first before, ah, jump in.
This Outbreak the sequel is Series X enhanced and ready for a friend! This is a co-op survival horror game that focuses on a scary night zombie experience. There’s some Left 4 Dead in there for sure, but with a bunch of interesting twists: You only get one life per play, so finding supplies and hiding is key to success. labour. Many missions include stressful, timed operations where death is always near. The dark environment is also creepy in the way that a few recent zombie games have been – and horror is always more fun when you can bring your friends along.
Maid of Sker is difficult to explain, but if you like folklore horror, it should definitely be on your list. The game is a first-person exploration through a hotel that is haunted by Welsh spirits, specifically the ghost of Elisabeth Williams and her tragically haunted family. We can’t say much more about such a story-driven game, but it’s an interesting option for gamers who prefer a classic horror approach.
Little Nightmare 2 filled with what was done Little nightmare so great, but with so much more. While the first game makes you a rat-like person hiding in a ship overtaken by giant monsters, the second game takes you to a new world. Here you will play as one of these little people, a boy trying to escape a creepy scene dominated by a strange signal tower – and many more among the twisted monsters. there. Compare with Inside very easy to do, but focus more on background than puzzle solving here and the combination works very well.
When Scornful Still not out yet, it’s worth keeping an eye on this: It’s a first-person horror game set in a terrifying environment that’s immediately reminiscent of HR Giger. It should come as no surprise, then, that there are hideous monsters to fight and weapons to desperately loot as you try to stay alive. The release date is still a bit uncertain (it’s still 2021, but these days it looks like we’ll have to wait until 2022), so stay tuned if you’re interested. Oh, if you don’t mind being patient, be ready for Dying Light 2, is slated for release in December 2021 and follows a new generation of virus countermeasures in a new open world to explore.