The Christmas period can get a bit overwhelming – whether you’re buying a festive gift for a special someone or just looking to treat yourself to a game, the massive array of choice can leave you in a conundrum.
Well, in true Christmas spirit, RealSport is here to lend a helping hand in your search for the perfect game to buy on the Xbox One this winter.
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Gears 5 continues one of the greatest sagas in video game history with a gripping story, visually stunning graphics and addictive multiplayer experience.
This unique third-person shooter gets better and better with each instalment and Gears 5 certainly delivers for newbies and veterans alike.
To find out more about Gears 5, head here.
Star Was Jedi: Fallen Order
Set five years after Revenge Of The Sith, the game’s protagonist Cal Kestis is a young ex-Padawan forced from hiding who only narrowly escapes capture in the opening gambit.
Fallen Order truly feels like Star Wars, with the sound department killing it and the visuals really putting you into the gritty nature of The Empire.
It is fun to play and challenging even to some hardened gamers at the higher difficulty levels!
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
If this isn’t the game of the year it should be very close. The new COD is nostalgia done right, bringing all the intense firefights of the old Modern Warfare game with fresh graphics, amazing audio, and spectacular maps.
There are hundreds of loadout unlockables and gunsmith options, the depth of game modes and of course the planned DLC means this is not a game that will lose its player base quickly.
Check out our full review of COD: Modern Warfare here.
GRID is a fantastic racing game, with a wide range of cars, locations, and circuit routes, which means you aren’t likely to get bored with it any time soon. The racing experience is truly unlike any other too.
It’s the kind of game you can jump in for a quick race or thrash around for a 5-hour binge and still enjoy. The variety of cars, tracks, and unpredictable races make it one you’ll come back to over and over again.
You can read our full GRID review.
Need for Speed Heat
Another racing game on our list, the latest installment in the 25-year-old franchise hit the shelves back in November. Need for Speed Heat is well worth putting on your Christmas list, as its graphics, sound, and customisation are all be top-notch.
This is a fun game and is much like the Fast and Furious films it takes inspiration from; flashy, good-looking and a fun, cheesy campaign.
To read more, take a look at our full NFS Heat review.
F1 2019 was released back in June with rave reviews from both the fans and critics alike. It’s generally accepted that this year’s game is one of the best, if not the best in the ten years since Codemasters began developing the franchise.
The game’s inclusion of driver transfers, antagonistic rivalries and a superb driving experience makes this game an unquestionable hit.
If you want to find out more, head over to our full F1 2019 review.
Without question, this is the best NBA 2K title to date. The visuals are crisp, the gameplay bugs from previous editions have been eradicated and there has been significant improvements to already top quality modes.
The changes to offense and defense make it easier for those who struggle with in-game plays, but are so rewarding when you get them right. This is the most customisable and ambitious 2K title yet and will not disappoint if you are an avid basketball gamer.
For our full NBA 2K20 review, head here.
Football Manager 2020
This year’s FM game is everything you could realistically want or expect from Sports Interactive. It is engaging, while the new features don’t distract or alter the flow of the game.
There are a few tweaks this year that really help take everything up a notch and as a life-long FM player, they all work.
To find out more about FM20, read our full review.
We couldn’t have a Christmas games list without including the most popular football title, FIFA 20. This year’s game has brought with it a refurbished Career Mode, allowing for manager customisation and dynamic team morale.
In addition, Ultimate Team has been diversified with new features such as First Owner Objectives, bringing a new twist to the online game mode. If you haven’t got the game already, the Christmas sales are a great time to pick it up.
To read our full review of FIFA 20, follow this link.
The Pro Evo franchise has long been in the shadow of EA’s FIFA titles – however, this year felt a little different…
Konami’s licensing agreement with Juventus is the cherry on the top of plenty of other big-name partnerships, such as Arsenal, Manchester United, Barcelona and Bayern Munich.
Not only this, PES boasts shiny 3D scanning graphics, and a revamped Master League. The franchise has taken a massive step in the right direction, closing the gap with its footballing rival.
Head here for our full review of PES 2020.