These ones were announced a while ago but have been pretty quiet since - can't wait to see them finally released!
MediaMolecule, the creators of LittleBigPlanet, promised us a new title as a spiritual successor to the series, Dreams. That was a year and a half ago, and now the beta's been pushed back to next year, so hopefully we'll see more on this soon.
We first heard about WiLD back in 2014, and the gameplay footage we saw showed us a kind of shaman-thing going on, controlling animals and that kind of shenanigans. Haven't heard from the folks at Wild Sheep Studios since, though, so who knows what's happened to WiLD.
Another title first revealed in 2014, Crackdown 3 is being developed by Reagent Games, with an engine from Xbox collaborators Cloudgine. It's a destructible sandbox, and hopefully it'll be out by the end of the year - it is set seven years after 2010's original, after all.
It's like The Last Guardian, but for Xbox One instead of PS4. Scalebound was a huge deal at 2014's E3, promising customisable dragons and huge boss fights, but after it got delayed from 2016 to this year it kinda went quiet. Hopefully we'll see more soon.
When we found out Kratos would be back, we were understandably very excited. He's a proper dad now, and he still seems relatively badass, but aside from a snippet of gameplay footage we haven't really seen much. I need more than just GoW cosplay in my life.
Detroit Become Human is one of those games about choice and consequence and at what point AI becomes real and all that jazz. It's seen a few trailers and gameplay reveals in the last couple of years, but nobody really knows when it'll see the light of day. Maybe the devs will hurry along now that Westworld has been so successful?