Here Are The New Xbox One Games Out This Week

South Park: The Fractured But Whole leads the way.

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The busy holiday season for video games is ramping up, with big game after big game releasing each week. This continues this week with Ubisoft's much-anticipated South Park: The Fractured But Whole, which after some delays is finally out now.

We're rounding up all the major new Xbox One releases to help you get an idea for what's hitting the console this week. GameSpot's Fractured But Whole review scored it an 8/10. Reviewer Miguel Concepcion said, "Fractured But Whole succeeds as an interactive South Park mini-series, while effectively emulating the show's current style of adult-targeted entertainment and satirization of political correctness."

Other big new releases include the open-world fantasy game Elex, which was made by the creators of the Gothic series. Additionally, Rogue Trooper Redux, an HD version of the 2006 game based on the 2000 AD comic series, is out on October 17 for Xbox One.

Scroll down to see all the major new Xbox One releases this week, as rounded up by Microsoft on the Xbox Wire. Check back later for roundups of new games out this week for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

New Xbox One Releases This Week

October 17

October 20

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How long will it take GS to post an article about XbX Shadow of War?

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I don't know if I just missed the article but there's been more games added to backwards compatibility and the one I wanted the most was added...Fable Anniversary.

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I played the Hell out of Dungeons 3 on Xbone tonight (played 1 and 2 on Steam), and it's an absolute blast. I chose console to see how they translated controls, and it's not bad. Framerate takes some dips, but the game itself is better than the first two.

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@Pyrosa: It looks a lot like Dungeon Keeper - is that a fair comparison?

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@TwinStripeUK: YES, absolutely intentional! The underground half of the game plays exactly like Dungeon Keeper. Dungeons 1 failed at that, and War For The Overworld was great but rife with technical issues.

The main character and narrator are constantly (hilariously) going at each other in this game, and while it's a lot of voiceover I haven't found it annoying at all.

Tons of replay value here, thanks to clever achievements per-mission, optional same-team co-op, and deciding how to conquer RTS good guys above you.

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This is going to have an update on the Xbox One X right? I hope the game has dobly atmos to hear the Fart sounds all around my room. lol

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I'd like to play the South Park game, but I'm so behind on the show I'll probably miss a lot of humor.

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