The 6 Best Xbox One Exclusive Games

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This wiki has been updated 12 times since it was first published in April of 2020. While the Xbox One’s lineup of exclusive titles isn’t particularly fleshed out compared to its console competition, it still includes many solid entries that make for great additions to any gamer’s collection. It has everything from fitness encouragement to arcade action and offers something for just about everyone with fun, content-packed experiences across the board. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Halo 5

2. Forza Motorsport 5

3. Rare Replay

Editor's Notes

April 24, 2020:

As there are very few exclusive titles for the Xbox One console, choosing games for this list was relatively straightforward. However, ranking them wasn’t as easy. While Halo 5 was a clear winner and has been an Xbox system seller for over a decade, the other games on this list fought for their spots. Many of them are underrated, like Rare Replay for example. Anyone who’s purchased the Xbox One as their first console may be unfamiliar with the classic games that Rare has produced since the 80s, and it’s a great way to provide a ton of proven experiences in a single package.

Not much needs to be said about Halo 5. It’s one of the best games on the console in general, and has a production quality that rivals most feature films. It continues the story of super-soldier Master Chief in a fictional futuristic universe. Both the single-player story mode and multiplayer are filled to the brim with content, and make for an amazing experience overall. I chose Forza Motorsport 5 as a runner-up since it’s a solid entry in the Forza franchise that does almost everything right. It never hurts to add a racing game to your collection, and Motorsport 5 is one of the best out there. It has a refined physics engine and is a great way to push the boundaries of the Xbox One’s capabilities.

4. Shape Up

5. Dance Central: Spotlight

6. Powerstar Golf

Nate Lakritz
Last updated by Nate Lakritz

Nate Lakritz is a tech writer from San Jose, CA. He’s currently studying computer engineering at UC Santa Cruz and has worked at a few well-known Silicon Valley tech companies over the years. He’s been a staff writer for several online gaming publications including BagoGames, GameGrin, and his own personal project — Launch Party Gaming. A successful career as a game reviewer, interviewer, and news writer led to him Ezvid Wiki in early 2020. Knowledgeable about the newest trends in cutting-edge technology, he hopes to share his excitement for the latest and greatest devices with the world.

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