Having unveiled its latest console last month, on the evening of 10 June Microsoft introduced a host of new titles available for the Xbox One at the electronic entertainment conference E3. Aside from the usual expansions on franchises, the company also pushed a little bit harder in terms of independent studios.
“Microsoft Studios is committed to making Xbox One the best place to play games, with more titles in development and more exclusives coming than at any time in the history of Xbox,” said Phil Spencer, corporate vice president, Microsoft Studios.
Titles that were officially announced last night included Forza Motorsport 5, Ryse: Son of Rome, Dead Rising 3, Halo Xbox One, Kinect Sports Rivals, Project Spark, Quantum Break and a new Metal Gear Solid.
“The world’s most visionary developers showcased how they’re leveraging the unrivalled power and performance of Xbox One to bring a new generation of games to life that look and feel like nothing else — fueled by the power of Xbox One, the fidelity of the new Kinect and the expansive power of Xbox Live,” Microsoft said in a statement.
Apart from the games, Microsoft also announced that the console will retail for $499, and will be made available worldwide in November. A new version of the current Xbox360 was also unveiled, which will retail for between $199 and $299.
Have a look at the trailers below, for all the action from last night’s reveal.
Charlie Fripp – Consumer Tech editor
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
Ryse: Son of Rome
Forza Motorsport 5
Battlefield 4 – Angry Sea
Dead Rising 3
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
Project Spark Demo
Minecraft: Xbox One Edition
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