There are amazing games coming out for Xbox One in the coming months. Whether you own an Xbox One S, 4K-ready Xbox One X or even an original Xbox One, you are in for a treat.

And thanks to E3 2018, we now know much more about many of them, including trailers. So we've rounded up the Xbox One games we're looking forward to the most for you to get excited about too.

There are release dates where possible and a trailer for each. We'll also be updating the round-up throughout the year so come back wherever possible.

  • Release date: 29 June 2018
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Ubisoft

The sequel to the hugely underrated The Crew includes races with boats and aeroplanes as well as cars. And that makes for a very different type of game. It also has a huge open world environment to explore plus single-player racing, but you will be able to take part in enormous multiplayer sessions online too, of course.

  • Release date: 7 August 2018
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4, PC and Switch
  • Publisher: Team 17

The original Overcooked was the best couch multiplayer game in years and the sequel promises more local mayhem in the kitchen, with all new locations and even crazier action.

  • Release date: 10 August 2018
  • Xbox One exclusive: Yes
  • Publisher: Microsoft Studios

The full version of We Happy is finally on the horizon. We've been playing an early access build of the game on Xbox Game Preview for some time, but can't wait to revisit it. Microsoft Studios has also bought Compulsion Games in the meantime, so future releases will be Xbox exclusives too.

Strange Brigade is an online multiplayer co-op shooter with a difference; it's based on early British matinee cinema and has a sense of humour to suit. You get to pick one of a few hardy adventurers and take on swathes of mummies and other spooky enemies through multiple scenarios and levels.

  • Release date: 30 August 2018
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4
  • Publisher: Konami

PES is back and filled with more official team licences than ever before. Philippe Coutinho is the cover star but the special edition version of the game features none other than David Beckham in many of his former guises.

Not just DLC, the Forsaken expansion pack adds an all-new campaign in which Cayde-6 snuffs it right at the beginning. The rest is about revenge. There is also a new team-based multiplayer mode, Gambit, that pits player up against CPU enemies and other teams.

  • Release date: 14 September 2018
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4, PC and Switch
  • Publisher: Square Enix

The all-new, grittier Lara Croft returns for a third outing and the chance to see exactly how she became the Tomb Raider we all know and love. There are more tombs to explore than ever before and a lot of underwater swimming sequences. It's like the 90s all over again.

  • Release date: 21 September 2018
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4
  • Publisher: Activision

The early adventures of loveable dragon Spyro are brought back kicking and screaming into the modern age, with a ground-up graphical remake of the original 3D platform game trilogy.

  • Release date: 28 September
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4, PC and Switch
  • Publisher: EA

EA Sports has stolen the Champions League licence from rival Konami, meaning you can compete in the prestigious tournament in FIFA 19 for the first time in years (with the official logos, etc, that is).

  • Release date: 2 October 2018
  • Xbox One exclusive: Yes
  • Publisher: Microsoft Studios

The action has shifted to the streets and countryside of the Great Britain for the latest outing of the arcade racer. And the major new feature this year is dynamic seasons. Races will feel very different depending on the season - Winter, for example, will enable racing on frozen lakes and less grip on the roads, while spring will have more rain hitting the tarmac.

  • Release date: 5 October 2018
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Ubisoft

Ubisoft shifts the Assassin's Creed series to ancient Greece in this year's edition, with Spartans who wear far less clothing than those in Halo. We're thrilled by the fact that ship battles have returned too.

There is no single-player mode with this year's Call of Duty but you get plenty more besides. There are many "feet-on-the-ground" multiplayer maps to battle across, plus a new zombies mode with three different scenarios and Blackout, the franchise's first Battle Royale game mode.

  • Release date: 16 October 2018
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4, PC and Switch
  • Publisher: Warner Bros Interactive

Instead of a new Lego Batman game, Warner has focused on his and the rest of the DC universe's enemies for the next platformer to feature the brick-based system. The Joker and many more are yours to control at last. Bwah! Ha! Ha!

  • Release date: 19 October 2018
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: EA

Following closely behind the new Call of Duty is the latest in the Battlefield saga, which is based in World War II this time around. Unlike Black Ops 4, it will have a single-player campaign as well as multiplayer modes.

  • Release date: 19 October 2018
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Bandai Namco

The latest in the super-speedy PVP fighting game series comes later this year, with Geralt from The Witcher 3 making a special appearance as one of the playable characters.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of the most eagerly awaited games of this generation. The prequel to Red Dead Redemption has been on the cards almost two years but will finally arrive in October. Yee-ha!

  • Release date: Fall 2018
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Ubisoft

If there's a game to starkly contrast the jovial pirates of the recently released Sea of Thieves then, well, Ubisoft has hit the nail on the head with Skull & Bones. This multiplayer battle game takes you to the seas where you'll need to use co-operative play to sink your competitors' ships and get the best loot possible.

  • Release date: Fall 2018
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Starbreeze

This first-person outing for The Walking Dead is developed by the same team behind PayDay and its sequel, so expect clever, tactical co-op FPS action. Four players can battle the undead at the same time, although we also understand that the difficulty adapts automatically, so just one player can also take part too.

  • Release date: 13 November 2018
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Warner Bros Interactive

Warner stepped up to snag the rights of Hitman 2 after IO Interactive and Square Enix parted ways, and the first order of the day seems to have been to ditch the episodic nature of the last Hitman. All the missions in the sequel are included this time around instead.

  • Release date: 14 November 2018
  • Xbox exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Bethesda

Not just an add-on or off-shoot to Fallout 4, Fallout 76 is a whole new game. It's actually a prequel to Bethesda's previous chapters, but increases the game world by four times over the last instalment and adds multiplayer play for the first time. You will encounter "dozens" of other players in your game, although you don't have to interact with them if you don't want to.

  • Release date: 4 December 2018
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Square Enix

In this latest outing for Rico Rodriguez, developer Avalanche Studios has crafted an even larger open world environment than ever before. It has also greatly improved enemy AI, potentially making for harder battles and more tactics. There's still the crazy action though, of course.

  • Release date: Winter 2018
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4, PC and Switch
  • Publisher: Bandai Namco

The massive role-playing game finally comes to the West at last, with a huge remaster of one of the most-loved JRPGs of all time. We've actually heard of some learning Japanese in the past in order to play the original. Soon you won't have to go to such measures.

  • Release date: Winter 2018
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4, PC and Switch
  • Publisher: Sega

Sonic and his chums get back in their karts for a return to kart racing action. This time around, team play is important as you can work together while zooming around tracks to beat your opponents.

  • Release date: 2018
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Focus Home Interactive

We're not sure when it might be available, but this RPG from Cyanide is based closely on the tabletop role-playing game from the 1980s and that has us intrigued. Not enough to want to come face to face with the Great Cthulhu or Yog Sothoth, but intrigued nonetheless.

  • Release date: 25 January 2019
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4
  • Publisher: Capcom

Rebuilt from the ground up, this is more than just a remake, it looks and feels almost like a new, modern game. The effects are so much better second time around that even a playable demo made people scream during E3 2018.

  • Release date: 29 January 2019
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4
  • Publisher: Square Enix

The Kingdom Hearts games, with their strange but welcome mash-up of Final Fantasy and Disney themes, have been incredibly popular in the past, but the third in the series is bound to be the biggest yet. New worlds include Pirates of the Caribbean, Toy Story and Frozen.

Following Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light isn't easy, but Exodus is so far looking like it'll pull it off. It has large, open world areas and, for once, occurs mostly above the ground now that the radiation is dissipating. Don't worry though, there are still plenty of mutants after you whether it is day or night.

  • Release date: 22 February 2019
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: EA / BioWare

Bioware suffered heavy criticism for Mass Effect: Andromeda but its next game is looking so good that it should be able to put that behind it. Anthem is more an action role-playing game than others the studio is famed for, and those that played a demo at E3 2018 say it is shaping up to be a real triple-A experience.

First pushed back from a late 2017 release date, then slipping past 2018 entirely, Crackdown 3 is now confirmed for a February 2019 release. One thing that's very exciting though is that it will be part of the Xbox Game Pass subscription scheme, so anybody with monthly membership will get it for free when it finally does arrive.

  • Release date: 15 March 2019
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Ubisoft

The online multiplayer duck-and-cover shooter is back and it's looking bolder than ever. The action switches to Washington DC this time around and the locations provides for some incredible, overgrown vegetation effects which remind us of Will Smith movie I Am Legend.

  • Release date: Spring 2019
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Capcom

Devil May Cry 5 is looking as madcap as ever, with playable characters Dante and Nero having to take on hoards of demons once more. We reckon HDR colours and contrast will be used to maximum effect in this 'un.

  • Release date: 2019
  • Xbox One exclusive: Yes
  • Publisher: Microsoft Studios

Gears of War will return in 2019 with a sequel that puts you in the shoes of Kate this time around. We've only seen a cinematic trailer so far, so don't know much about the plot or enemies you will have to face, but you can guarantee that it will provide more than enough big-time run-and-cover gameplay to sate every fan's appetite.

  • Release date: 2019
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Ubisoft

It's been more than 15 years since the original game, so this sequel has us excited more than most. We still haven't seen much of the gameplay yet, but the CGI effects are quite simply jaw dropping. What's more, you can have some of your music or artwork included in the game. Fine out more at hitrecord.org.

  • Release date: 2019
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Techland

The original Dying Light was (and still is) a cunning blend of fire-person melee action and parkour, with more zombies than you can shake a flesh-covered stick at. The sequel promises to take it a step or two further, with more dynamic night and day cycles and consequence based gameplay that changes the entire open world map depending on your decisions in missions.

  • Release date: 2019
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Activision

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice was somewhat a surprise announcement during the Xbox E3 2018 media briefing. It's the new game from Dark Souls creator FromSoftware and similarly leans towards super-hard combat and boss battles. This time it seems to revolve around samurai and Japanese myth rather than fantasy role-playing tropes.

  • Release date: 2019
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Bethesda

Bold, brash and in-your-face, Rage 2 is being co-developed by Avalanche Studios which has Warner's Mad Max in its portfolio. That is a perfect fit as, although this is a first-person shooter, Avalanche has a lot of experience building open world environments and post-apocalyptic ones to boot.

  • Release date: 2019
  • Xbox One exclusive: Yes
  • Publisher: ID@Xbox

Looking like a cross between the SNES Zelda games and Monument Valley, Tunic is a cute, isometric adventure game with exploration and puzzles at its heart. Very much an indie game to watch.

  • Release date: 2019
  • Xbox One exclusive: Yes
  • Publisher: Microsoft Studios

The visual style of the original Ori was simply gorgeous, a trait which is carried forward into the sequel, The Will of the Wisps. In fact, the 2D platformer is looking even better, if that is indeed possible.

  • Release date: 2019
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Bandai Namco

Jump Force combines the worlds of several manga heroes, including Dragon Ball, One Piece and Naruto. It's a fast-paced tag-team fighting game with stunning graphics and intuitive controls. You have three heroes on each side in a battle and the idea is to defeat the opposing trio.

  • Release date: 2019
  • Xbox One exclusive: Yes
  • Publisher: Microsoft Studios

Xbox teams with toy manufacturer Funko for a game featuring Gears of War characters in the style of the Pop! figures you can buy. We have no idea of the gameplay at the moment.

  • Release date: 2019
  • Xbox One exclusive: Yes
  • Publisher: Microsoft Studios

Rare is bringing back one of its much-loved 90s games in an all-new form. You might not remember Battletoads, but those in the audience at the Xbox E3 2018 media briefing sure did.

  • Release date: 2019
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Crea-ture Studios

After a successful crowd-funding phase on Kickstarter, Session finally made its E3 bow at the 2018 Xbox media briefing and looks more like a spiritual successor to Skate 3 than we could have hoped. As it's a small indie developer, however, there might be a while to wait for it yet.

  • Release date: TBC
  • Xbox One exclusive: Yes
  • Publisher: Microsoft Studios

Starting the Xbox E3 2018 media briefing with a bang, Halo Infinite confirmed that Master Chief is heading back to the Xbox One in the future. As for when or how, we have no idea at present. Watch the trailer though to send shivers up your spine in the meantime.

We got to see around 50 minutes of the game played in front of us in a behind closed doors session at E3 2018 and 51 minutes later we could pick our jaws up off the floor. The open-world RPG from the maker of The Witcher 3 is quite simply stunning. Our only question is whether it really will run on an Xbox One or if it'll have to wait until the Xbox Two turns up.

  • Release date: TBC
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Bethesda

We have little idea of what to expect from Doom Enteral apart from what we can see in the teaser trailer above. It does feature "Hell on Earth" though, so perhaps that's a major clue.

  • Release date: TBC
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC
  • Publisher: Bethesda

Touted as "Skyrim in Space", Starfield will be the first new intellectual property from Bethesda Softworks in many a year. We don't expect to see it until 2020 though.

  • Release date: TBC
  • Xbox One exclusive: No, also on PS4 and PC (probably)
  • Publisher: Bethesda

Yep, it's just music and a logo, but doesn't it make the hairs on your arms stand on end like it does ours?