Even though Microsoft started out well on the exclusive front, releasing a wealth of sequels to popular franchises and creating brand new original IP for the Xbox One in the console's first couple of years, the company's rate of new releases has suffered a sharp decline since Gears of War 4.
Which, in case you weren't keeping track, dropped in October of 2016.
Thankfully however, this gap in big exclusive games looks to be down to the publisher figuring out its roadmap and gearing up for the years ahead. With the likes of Crackdown 3 still left to grace us with its delayed presence in 2017 and hotly anticipated titles like State of Decay 2 and Metro Exodus in the pipeline, there are plenty of releases for Xbox fans to look froward to across the next few months.
But while we wait for these upcoming titles to hit, it's the ideal time to look back and assess the state of the Xbox One's library at our disposal. By now Microsoft has amassed a rather impressive library of exclusives, but which are the ones that you need to pla,y and which should only be touched when they inevitably show up Games with Gold?