At Gamescom 2014, Microsoft unveiled a massive lineup of indie titles coming to the Xbox One via the ID@Xbox program, and just about all of them are worth your attention.

A multitude of self-publishing indie developers have been given the greenlight to bring their titles over to Xbox One. This new ID@Xbox Trailer features a number of good-looking games made by smaller studios. Blues and Bullets, Cuphead, Dungeon of the Endless, Fruit Ninja Kinect 2, Funk of Titans, Ghost of a Tale, Goat Simulator, Gunscape, Massive Chalice, Inside, Knight Squad, Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime, #Idarb, No Time to Explain, Plague Inc: Evolved, Rivals of Aether, Smite, Slashdash, Space Engineers, Spectra, Pneuma: Breath of Life, Threes!, The Escapists, Volgarr the Viking, Speedrunners and Superhot have all been confirmed to be coming to Xbox One. Hopefully, some of these greats will be released via Xbox Live's Games With Gold program, giving them to us for free, dependent on the month of course.

Unfortunately, there has yet to be any sort of time frame mentioned as to when we can expect these indie games to be hitting the Xbox One. In particular, we can't wait for Cuphead, Goat Simulator, Superhot and Fruit Ninja Kinect 2, but we're very interested in these other titles. Prior to this trailer's unveiling at Gamescom, Phil Spencer mentioned that bundle deals will be coming to the Xbox One's online marketplace. Hopefully, we'll be able to score a group of these indie titles for a decent price. We'll provide more details on these potential bundle deals once more information is available.