More than 250 developers have signed to self-publishing scheme

Microsoft reveals first 25 ID@Xbox games for Xbox One

Microsoft has revealed the first wave of ID@Xbox games coming to the Xbox One.

25 games are set to come to the new console through the independent developer program, among them Strike Suit Zero, Nutjitsu, 1001 Spikes, Forced and Divekick.

To date more than 250 developers have signed up to the ID@Xbox scheme, which gives each member a free development kit. Microsoft has previously said however that it plans to make each Xbox One a development kit for all developers to access.

“Our goal has always been to make Xbox One the best place to play games, and that means having a diverse portfolio for gamers to choose from,” said Microsoft Studios corporate VP Phil Spencer.

“We’ve worked closely with independent developers to bring their own brand of creativity and innovation to the platform and today is just the beginning.”

Microsoft stated the list of 25 games coming soon to the console is not comprehensive, and more titles are currently in the pipeline.

You can see the list of the 25 highlighted games coming to Xbox One below.

1001 Spikes by Nicalis
Calibre 10 Racing Series by Bongfish GmbH
CastleStorm by Zen Studios
Chariot by Frima
Chuck’s Challenge 3D by Niffler
Contrast by Compulsion Games
Divekick Addition Edition + by Iron Galaxy Studios
Forced by BetaDwarf ApS
FRU by Through Games
Guacamelee Super Turbo Championship Edition by DrinkBox Studios
Gunscape by Blowfish Studios
Habitat by 4gency
Hyper Light Drifter by Heart Machine
It Draws a Red Box by Other Ocean
Nutjitsu by NinjaBee
Pinball Arcade by FarSight Studios
Q.U.B.E. Director’s Cut by Toxic Games
Riptide GP2 by Vector Unit
Roundabout by No Goblin
Sixty Second Shooter Prime by Happion Laboratories
Spectra: 8bit Racing by Gateway Interactive
Strike Suit Zero by Born Ready Games
Super Time Force by Capybara
The Last Tinker by Mimimi Productions
Wulverblade by Darkwind Media

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