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Xbox Game Releases April 30th to May 6th 2018

Included is a list of all the Xbox game releases for April 30th to May 6th 2018. This list goes over all the titles freshly releasing, coming out of Xbox Game Preview or just generally entering that program. Note that certain releases might change due to developer delays or certification issues and we'll do our best to update things as that happens. You're able to click on the title of the games to see the Xbox Store page for your region and to get additional information such as pricing.

Games that are Xbox One X Enhanced will have the "Enhanced" tag. If you're looking for more details on those games it's best to check out our previews or the Install Sizes Area (Click here) since all enhanced sizes will be available there. Games that will support the Xbox Play Anywhere program will have the "XPA" tag meaning if you buy them digitally once you own it on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC. There will be a "Review" tag for the games we either have reviews on or will be reviewing around launch so look forward to those. A final tag is for games that debut on the subscription service from Xbox with "Game Pass"
Through the Woods Xbox Screenshot
May 1st
Super Mega Baseball 2 "Enhanced", "Review"
-The well loved arcade styled Baseball game returns back and bigger than ever.

Battlezone: Gold Edition
-This rebooted tank shooter returns with new features and modes, a classic option too.

May 2nd
Through the Woods
-A mother looks for her lost son within this dangerous and deadly mythical forest.

Outbreak: The Nightmare Chronicles
-Inspired by classic horror titles experience the nostalgia once again.

May 4th
City of Brass "Enhanced", "Review"
-This is a 3D first person dungeon crawling procedurally generated desert game.

Aqua Moto Racing Utopia
-Jet Ski racing, push it to the max in this aquatic lifestyle.

Bounce Rescue
-Bounce to the rescue through challenging side scrolling puzzles.

Drive on Moscow
-Tactical turn based game about the drive on Moscow.

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Gamerheadquarters Reviewer Jason Stettner