There’s a big surge of new Xbox One releases this week starting with R.B.I. Baseball 16. The game was made available yesterday for digital download for $19.99 with a retail version set to hit N.A. stores April 5. The latest instalment in the popular baseball franchise promises to bring upgraded graphics and lighting as well as a suite of additional features including new fielding capabilities with dives, wall catches, fake throws and more.

Sticking with the sports theme, Stikbold! A Dodgeball Adventure is also out this week. Releasing Friday April 1, Stikbold is a 70s themed, over-the-top, action sportsgame with players taking on the roles of Bjorn and Jerome on an heroic rescue mission in the name of love and dodgeball. The game features a co-operative campaign mode for up to two players and also includes a four player brawler mode for you to put your friendships to the test.

It’s also looking like underwater survival game Subnautica will be hitting Xbox One this Friday. According to a tweet by the game’s creator Charlie Cleveland, Subnautica will release via the Game Preview program April 1. Currently available on Steam Early Access, Subnautica allows players to explore an unknown alien planet by scuba diving and traveling in submarines. No pricing details have been announced as yet but check out the latest gameplay below.

And finally, Steredenn is also set to land on Xbox One April 1 making it a very busy Friday indeed. Steredenn is a chaotic space shooter with a mix of shmup and a roguelike gameplay. The game is an endless adventure with randomly generated levels, insane boss battles, and upgradable ships. Developers Pixelnest Studio promise gameplay will be hard and unforgiving; best prepare your pad for the upcoming bulletstorm!

Sources: Twitter, Game Swing, Pixelnest Studio