When the Xbox 720 is released, there will indeed be many titles available for gamers to choose from, but here is a group of some games that folks may have or have not been thinking about.
According to a report from OXM on Saturday, there are at least 13 upcoming Xbox 720 games that people can expect to hit the next-generation console.
One of the first games is the upcoming non-linear zombie survival game from a former "Call of Duty" developer called "Human Element."
Next up would be "Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Patriots," and this title should be hitting the Xbox 720 sometime this year. Perhaps it could be a launch title for the system. Another next-generation title coming from Ubisoft is of course "Watch Dogs." This game has already been confirmed for the PS4 and is highly expected to hit the Xbox 720 as well.
Next up is certainly going to be "Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag," which has already been announced and confirmed for PS4. It will hit stores this October and should also hit the Xbox 720. Then there is "Star Wars 1313" from LucasArts. This game is thought to be an Xbox 720 game, but with the recent sale to Disney, "Star Wars" games are on hold at the moment.
Activision and Bungie Studios will then be bringing gamers "Destiny," which is said to be a redefining experience for gamers. It will hit PS4 and Xbox 720 as well. "Beyond Good and Evil 2" does not have a release time frame, but it will be coming to next-generation consoles when it is released.
Then there is "Dragon Age III: Inquisition" that has been announced from EA. The game is a shoe-in for PS4 and Xbox 720. More details are expected to come from this game in the coming months. "Cyberpunk 2077" was one of the first games to be confirmed for next-generation consoles, and CD Projekt RED has already released a first trailer for the game.
Another title coming from CD Projekt RED is of course "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt," and this game should be releasing sometime during 2014. "Whore of the Orient" has been discovered but little information is known about the game at this point, other than the fact that it should be hitting Xbox 720 and PS4.
Finally, there is the already announced and somewhat detailed reboot from Square Enix, "Thief." That game will hit systems sometime next year. And "Battlefield 4," which is scheduled for a major reveal on March 26th, is also going to be an Xbox 720 title.
Those are just some of the games people should keep their eyes out for on Xbox 720. Which game will end up being the best?