ID@Xbox April 2023 showcase roundup

ID@Xbox April 2023 showcase roundup
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The ID@Xbox April 2023 showcase has now concluded, and although there wasn’t anything too significant revealed (sorry Silksong fans), most of the games announced were still interesting and are undoubtedly worth keeping an eye on.

However, the most important part of the show wasn’t a gameplay trailer, but was instead an interview with poncle senior marketing manager Geo Morgan, who is part of the group that developed the highly popular Vampire Survivors. Not only did he reveal more details about the beloved indie game, but he also gave viewers a deeper look at the development process of the upcoming DLC, Tides of the Foscari.

To give you an idea of the other wonderful creations that were announced during the event, we’ll be providing a comprehensive list of all the exhibited games so you can decide which ones to play once they’re released. So with that said, let’s get right into the thick of things with a quick roundup of the ID@Xbox April 2023 showcase.

All games shown at the ID@Xbox April 2023 showcase

There were a total of 10 games exhibited during the showcase with each of them being equally intriguing in their own right. Aside from the obvious standout in Vampire Survivors: Tales of the Foscari DLC, a few other creations that you should keep an eye on are the mystical RPG Homestead Arcana, the poignant slice-of-life sim Closer the Distance, and the brilliantly eccentric adventure game The Explorator.

You can also check out the other entries that were revealed during the showcase by going through the full list below:

  • Cassette Beasts
  • Omega Strikers for Xbox
  • The Karters 2: Turbo Charged
  • Coffee Talk Episode 2: Hibiscus & Butterfly
  • Homestead Arcana
  • The Explorator
  • Lil Guardsman
  • Kabaret
  • The Last Case of Benedict Fox
  • Vampire Survivors: Tales of the Foscari DLC

ID@Xbox has historically been about showcasing some of the most brilliant and innovative upcoming indie entries so it comes as no surprise that the show was dedicated towards displaying the amazing work of several independent game developers.

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