Explore the world beyond the forest of Nibel in Ori and the Will of the Wisps or smash faces in Bleeding Edge on Xbox One in March.
Despite numerous delays this Spring for some highly anticipated blockbusters, it’s actually going to be a surprisingly busy March in terms of new game releases. The Xbox One has two big exclusives (also coming to PC) from Xbox Game Studios on deck along with a number of exciting third party titles.
Ori and the Will of the Wisps is up first on March 11. It’s a sequel to Moon Studios’ critically acclaimed Ori and the Blind Forest, which was praised for its story, visuals, gameplay, music and environmental design —basically everything.
Ori and the Will of Wisps will take you on another magical adventure to discover the world beyond the forest of Nibel. It is in this vast and exotic new world where you encounter new enemies and challenging puzzles on a quest “to unravel Ori’s true destiny.”
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Bleeding Edge, another Xbox Game Studios title, is the complete opposite. Chaotic 4v4 multiplayer awaits in this online brawler from Team Ninja.
Bleeding Edge will launch with 12 unique characters (damage, support or tank), each with different abilities. There’s not much else to say about this game except that it looks like a wild time.
Beyond these two exclusives, we’ve got Doom 64 and Doom Eternal. The former is a re-release of the classic N64 game (a sequel to Doom II), while the latter is a brand new installment in the series (and direct sequel to 2016’s Doom).
Take a look at the full list of new Xbox One games releasing in March.
- Ori and the Will of the Wisps – March 11
- My Hero: One’s Justice 2 – March 13
- Doom 64 – March 20
- Doom Eternal – March 20
- Bleeding Edge – March 24
- One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4
As Xbox Game Studios titles, both Ori and the Will of the Wisps and Bleeding Edge will be available on Xbox Game Pass at launch. This means if you are a subscriber to the monthly service, you’ll get to play both of these games with no additional cost.