Games Released This Month – July 2015

A list of all the games coming to Xbox One this month

Friday 10th July 2015

F1 2015

Race like a champion in F1 2015 – get closer than ever before to the experience of racing in the world’s most glamorous, exciting and prestigious motorsport.

Friday 10th July 2015



Spectra is a dynamic twitch racing game where the player blasts their nimble ship down procedurally generated intricate ribbons of light in time to the energetic beats and original soundtrack by chiptune artist legend Chipzel.

“Spectra has transformed into a visually awesome, fun experience inspired by our own childhood gaming experiences such as Audiosurf, Wipeout and F-Zero, not to mention rainbow road from Mario Kart. Spectra is a veritable homage to arcade games of old and we wanted to create a game with a simple concept that anyone could pick up and play.” – Jenny Eckloff (Gateway Interactive)

Thursday 16th July 2015

Rory McIlroy PGA Tour

EA Sports Rory McIlroy PGA Tour truly delivers Golf Without Limits, opening up the experience like never before. Gorgeous real-world courses and epic fantasy tracks provide players with not only the most realistic representations of their favorite locales, but the opportunity to explore brand-new locations. Full course loading offers limitless options when attacking the green and zero wait times when moving from one hole to the next. Experience the next generation of golf and play where you want, when you want, how you want.

Thursday 16th July 2015

Trials Fusion:Awesome Max Edition

Take on an unlimited array of platform-racing challenges in the unreal world of Trials Fusion. Using your skills to traverse across obstacle-laden, ramp-ridden courses, you must strive to set track records against the best Trials players from around the globe. Whether you’re racing alone, with friends, or in a global tournament, competition is always around you.

Friday 17th July 2015


SlashDash is a competitive local multiplayer showdown launching exclusively on Xbox One this summer. Compete for glory against your foes or team up with a friend in Capture the Flag. Perfect for parties and tournaments, players shoot, teleport, slash, and of course dash to victory.

Created for two to four players, SlashDash  has nine thoughtfully designed levels and four unique game modes to make for non stop competitive action. The art and music, inspired by instruments and locations of Edo-period Japan, evolve as you play, enhancing the full ninja experience.

Friday 17th July 2015

No Time To Explain

No Time To Explain is a game about shooting the ground, putting on weight and setting your body on fire.
Blast yourself through time and alternate realities to rescue your future-self from a giant crab sent by your evil time-twin from another dimension!

Friday 31st July 2015

The Swindle

The Swindle is a platforming, action and stealth game set in a Victorian Steampunk world. All the levels are procedurally generated and it is the player’s job, as a master thief, to break into buildings, steal cash, hack systems and get out. Players must start small by robbing from the slums and upgrade their skills and abilities until they can pull off the ultimate heist in Scotland Yard.

Developer and owner of Size Five Games Dan Marshall says: “The Swindle is the kind of game that I always wanted to play; one minute you’re sneaking past robot security guards to grab a load of loot and the next you’re being chased by police choppers and drones, desperately trying to avoid capture and an awkward-and-embarrassing death. Procedurally generated adventures are all the rage these days – but there’s nothing with stakes quite as high as The Swindle.”

Managing director of Curve Digital, Jason Perkins, comments: “We were seduced by The Swindle the moment we first encountered it – so it has been brilliant to play a part in the game leaping onto consoles. We’re really looking forward to seeing how players’ heists go down.”

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Lee Burnham

Father of two boys, always up for a laugh and always willing to help people out. I have 3 main loves in my life... Family, gaming and football! Gt - leeburn

2 thoughts on “Games Released This Month – July 2015

  • 01/07/2015 at 11:50 am

    F1 2015, but not download, £10 cheaper from shopto.why £10 dearer to download. If it was same price I would use download every time. Should be cheaper, no disc or packaging needed. Come on be competitive with the downloads.

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