This Week on Xbox: Street Fighting, Hell Raising, and Tons of New Games

From new releases to exciting events, Xbox gamers have a lot to look forward to this week. Whether you’re a fan of fighting games or racing simulators, there’s bound to be something that catches your eye.

Mortal Kombat 1: A Blast from the Past

Are you ready to experience the original Mortal Kombat again? Xbox Game Pass members can now access this classic fighting game from the 90s. And for those who never got the chance to play it, this is the perfect opportunity to see where it all began.

Alan Wake II: A Highly-Anticipated Sequel

After 11 years, Alan Wake is finally getting a sequel. The psychological horror game was a huge hit when it was first released, and fans have been begging for a continuation of the story ever since. The game is set to be released on Xbox Series X and S, as well as PC.

Warhammer Skulls Fest: Plenty of Exciting Content

Warhammer Skulls Fest is now underway, and there’s plenty to see and do. This event is celebrating 40 years of Warhammer with new game content, interviews, and more. There are also plenty of discounts on Warhammer games and content, so be sure to check it out if you’re a fan of the franchise.

FIFA Joins Game Pass: Score Big

Sports fans rejoice – FIFA is now available on Xbox Game Pass. This means that Game Pass members can play FIFA 21 and FIFA 20 whenever they want. And with FIFA 22 set to be released in a few months, this is the perfect way to get your football fix.

LEGO 2K Drive Launches: A Fun Racing Experience

LEGO 2K Drive is a new racing game that combines the fun of LEGO with the excitement of high-speed racing. The game is now available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, as well as PC. With a variety of tracks, cars, and challenges, LEGO 2K Drive is sure to provide hours of entertainment.

Server Slams and Updates: Keeping Things Running Smoothly

Xbox is always working to improve the gaming experience, and this week is no exception. The company has been working to improve server stability, as well as fixing bugs and glitches in various games. There’s also a new Xbox wireless controller, which includes a share button for easy video and screenshot sharing.

No matter what kind of games you’re into, there’s plenty to enjoy on Xbox this week. So grab your controller and get gaming!