It’s been a busy few weeks for Xbox One indie games with a bunch of new releases hitting the store. Here’s a quick look back at some of the titles you may have missed.
First up we have Elite Dangerous: Arena from Frontier which launched on April 26. The spin-off from successful space-sim Elite Dangerous is a standalone game which thrusts players into first-person space dogfights. Arena is priced at $7.49, but players who have already purchased the full Elite Dangerous will get the new mode for free.
Popular MMO DC Universe Online finally hit the Xbox One on April 29. The free-to-play game allows players to channel their inner Super Hero – or Super Villain – in action packed comic worlds of Metropolis, Gotham City and beyond. Xbox One players will have plenty of content to catch up on as the game recently celebrated it’s fifth anniversary having originally launched on PC and PS3 in 2011.
SUPERHOT, the FPS in which time moves only when you move, burst onto Xbox One May 3 for $24.99. No regenerating health bars. No conveniently placed ammo drops. It’s just you, outnumbered and outgunned, grabbing the weapons of fallen enemies to shoot, slice, and manoeuvre through a hurricane of slow-motion bullets. Check out our review here.
Finally, darkly comic kart racer Coffin Dodgers released on May 6 for $11.99. Players take on the role of one of seven quirky retirement village residents, each racing on their very own pimped-up mobility scooters with a variety of upgradable homemade weapons and gadgets. Coffin Dodgers launches with a local 2-4 splitscreen mode. Check out our review here.