10. Red Dead Redemption 2 It might not run at 60FPS - Arthur's mosey is still locked to 30FPS, at least until Rockstar decides to optimize it for XSX.

9. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Sekiro on Xbox Series X runs at a locked 60 frames per second, which is a vast improvement for an experience that requires split-second counters.

8. Halo: The Master Chief Collection This package now collects six Halo games all under one digital roof – everything except Halo 5.

7. Forza Horizon 4 highest-rated Microsoft exclusive on Xbox One to date – Forza Horizon 4's Series X refresh absolutely slashes loading times.

6. NBA 2K21 Don't confuse this with the game you may have already bought on Xbox One – NBA 2K21 on Xbox Series X is a totally new.

5. Black Ops: Cold War Black Ops Cold War is a solid trip down 1980s memory lane, and it looks quite good to boot on the Xbox Series X.

4. Yakuza: Like a Dragon dresses up and acts like a baby, but when you get back on the main story path, Yakuza: Like a Dragon is one of the best video game stories of 2020.

3. Watch Dogs Legion The 'Play As Anyone' system of dynamically-generated NPCs-turned-player-characters may not always fall perfectly into place.

2. Gears 5 Better lighting, raytracing, 120fps support in Versus multiplayer -- the bottom line is that if you skipped Gears 5 last year.

1. Assassin's Creed Valhalla build a kingdom in 4K resolution at 60 frames per second. Valhalla’s scope, scale, and lightning-fast load times prove.