Next week is the start of the ID @ Xbox Winter Game Fest demo event

Next week is the start of the ID @ Xbox Winter Game Fest demo event

The discussion over demos has raged for a long time, yet there are a number of compelling reasons why demos are beneficial to consumers. Microsoft appears to be interested in using demos for marketing purposes, as seen by similar events performed in Summer 2020 and Summer 2021. This enthusiasm for demos is scheduled to continue with an event planned to begin next week.

The “ID@XBox” Winter Game Fest Demo Event, which begins next week and allows gamers to experience early copies of forthcoming Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S games, has been revealed by Microsoft.


  • To start, these game demos are pretty early; they may not be representative of the final product and the full version of these games might not be out for some time. Secondly, these demos will only be available for the duration of the event; while there is always the possibility that the developer will republish a demo at a later date, there are no guarantees. Finally, a big reason for this event is to garner feedback — the devs would love to hear your thoughts about their games.

  • The ID @ Xbox Winter Game Fest Demo Event will give gamers the chance to play some very early versions of upcoming Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S games. However, there are some caveats.

Loot River: Set in a series of procedurally generated labyrinths, Loot River is a dungeon crawling, action roguelike that combines the tense, real-time combat, and dark fantasy stylings of Dark Souls with the spatial block-shifting puzzles of Tetris.

Here are some of the upcoming games you can look forward to in the ID @ Xbox Winter Game Fest Demo Event; bear in mind that this list is just some of the titles that will arrive next week:

Death Trash: Featuring a post-apocalyptic world where cosmic horrors long for humanity but are [met] by punks with shotguns. It combines old-school role-playing, modern action gameplay, and player freedom. Create your own character and explore this unique handcrafted world.

Blacktail: A retelling of Baba Yaga’s origin story set in surreal, grim Slavic folklore. A one-of-a-kind blend of exploration and intense archery combat with dark storytelling. Become a fearsome guardian of the forest or the terror nightmares are based on.

The Tale of Bistun: A story-driven action-adventure game inspired by the 12th Century tragic poem “Khosrow and Shirin.” You play as a stone carver who wakes on Mount Bistun with no memory of anything before that moment. An insidious blight has spread, bringing forth many dangerous foes. You must battle through mythical enemies and travel between the real world and an ethereal place of forgotten memories to discover the secret of your past. Nobody Saves the World: Complete quests to discover and swap between more than 15 varied and distinct forms. Mix and match abilities to unlock and complete even more challenging quests while exploring a vast overworld and its extensive dungeons, either solo or with a friend online, to stop The Calamity and save the world!