These 10+ Games Are Coming To Xbox One Next Week (July 21-24)

It's time for another weekly roundup! Next week is dominated by a relatively large selection of indie titles on Xbox One, including World War 1 shooter Tannenberg and Rock of Ages 3: Make and Break. Additionally, reverse horror game Carrion and Golf With Your Friends (for PC) are also coming to Xbox Game Pass on day one of release!

Let's take a look at the list below:


  • Rock of Ages 3: Make and Break (July 21): "Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break is competitive tower defense and arcade action rolled up with ACE Team's quirky, Monty Python-esque humor into one giant, creative game for the ages."
  • Liquid Sunshine (July 21): "Guide a monkey, horse and a rhino through challenging puzzles, and discover the roots of their relationship through a full-blown comic book backstory."
  • Turok: Escape From Lost Valley (July 22): "In Turok: Escape from Lost Valley, you wake from a long sleep as Turok and adventure alongside Andar through the dangerous world of the Lost Valley as you seek to find a path home."
  • Creaks (July 22): "From the creators of indie classics Machinarium and Samorost comes Creaks, a new puzzle adventure game that delights the senses with its hand-painted visuals, precise animation, eerie sounds, and an eclectic original score from Hidden Orchestra."
  • Lunch a Palooza (July 22): "In Lunch A Palooza players enter frenetic food fights as one of eight dishes, pushing other delicacies off the table in single player or multiplayer for up to four people."
Rock of Ages 3: Make and Break (July 21)
Rock of Ages 3: Make and Break (July 21)
  • Rainswept (July 22): "Rainswept takes you on an emotional adventure in a small town affected by a double shooting. Join Detective Stone and unravel entangled threads of love, relationships and unresolved trauma..."
  • Jisei: The First Case HD (July 22): "Search for clues, interrogate witnesses, and find a murderer. Even with your extra abilities, it will still take solid facts and logic to prove your innocence!"
  • Aircraft Evolution (July 22): "Aircraft Evolution is an action game, where you have the task of destroying enemy bases by bombarding them with your aircraft."
  • Carrion (July 23) (Xbox Game Pass): "CARRION is a reverse horror game in which you assume the role of an amorphous creature of unknown origin. Stalk and consume those that imprisoned you to spread fear and panic throughout the facility."
  • Golf With Your Friends for PC (July 23) (Xbox Game Pass): "Nothing is out of bounds as you take on courses filled with fast paced, exciting, simultaneous mini golf for up to 12 players!"
Carrion (July 23)
Carrion (July 23)
  • Allison's Diary: Rebirth (July 24): "Immerse yourself into this terrifying first-person horror adventure, where you will have to explore and search for the truth about the night Allison killed her parents, while trying to survive against the darkness."
  • Max and the Book of Chaos (July 24): "A 2D arcade action game with elements of run and gun and shoot ยดem up classic games with a strong arcade feeling."
  • Tannenberg (July 24): "Tannenberg brings the massive battles of the Eastern Front in WW1 to life with 40 players fighting for control of key sectors of the battlefield, each one offering a distinct strategic advantage."
  • Mittelborg: City of Mages (July 24): "Mittelborg: City of Mages is a strategic adventure with elements of rogue-like and resource management. You are crowned to be Chancellor of the city, but this power is a heavy burden."
  • Mr. Massagy: Mayo Edition (July 24): "Mayonnaise, Massages and Massanaise are sliding into Xbox One! Mr. Massagy: Mayo Edition will be available on July 24th!"

You'll find more details and screenshots for most of these titles over at Xbox Wire. Also, don't forget to check out our Pure Xbox roundup of all the games announced for July 2020 so far! Is there anything you're particularly looking forward to in this list? Let us know in the comments below.