Xbox Tavern’s Ones to Watch for September 2023

Wondering what games are coming to Xbox this month? Worry not, we’ve compiled a list of the biggest and most interesting releases right here for you, complete with links to trailers (when available).

Sept 6th
Starfield – Bethesda Game Studios

It’s finally here, the event everyone has been waiting for. Yes, that’s right – it’s my 39th Birthday!! Please deposit your gifts and old jokes in the comme… huh?? There’s an even bigger event on the 6th?
Holy shit – STARFIELD is finally out?
Yes, after many – many – years of waiting, Bethesda’s space-faring RPG is finally going to be in our hands. The hype has been real, and yet every time the game has been shown off it somehow hits the exact right spots without going too far into over-promising territory.
Early access starts September 1st for those willing to stump up a few extra quid, and we’ve no doubt there will be lots of chatter about it on the internet from minute one.
Microsoft need to nail this one, and we’ve only a few days to wait (at time of writing) to see if they do.

Sept 12th
The Isle Tide Hotel – Wales Interactive

We’re big fans of the Wales Interactive FMV resurgence, and the latest release – The Isle Tide Hotel – looks to be one of the strangest ones yet. A free demo is up on the Xbox store right now to play, and if the full game carries on the theme, well, we’re in for a good time.

Sept 14th
Mortal Kombat 1 – WB Games

Another massive release just a few weeks behind Starfield, the MK games are always huge hits. Netherealm have absolutely nailed the last few entries. From combat (sorry, Kombat) to story and character rosters, they’ve set a high bar for themselves. Early Beta sessions have impressed us, so here’s hoping the full release is the proper next-gen fighter we’re expecting.

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