While the new trailer we got the chance to see looks lovely, there's no doubt Xbox One X owners should be excited to see the game running in 4K. Also announced is that Microsoft has acquiredWe Happy Few's developer, Compulsion Games, in addition to several other developers.
Ubisoft revealed that Division 2 would arrive on PS4, Xbox One and PC, but it was Microsoft that got to show it off properly. It seems that Microsoft is gearing up to tackle the massive success of Sony's (and Nintendo's for that matter) success with single-player games. A new trailer during Microsoft's E3 conference gave us a look at the striking visuals and challenging platforming gameplay fans of this series are going to expect.More news: EU Will Act Against US Tariffs On Steel, Aluminum: Merkel
However, Microsoft didn't rely on multiplatform games this time around.
Also part of Microsoft's plans for gaming is building an industry leading, first party organization. The Xbox One's next year-or-so is looking pretty healthy. A mysterious gauntlet to throw down immediately, but it's one that the rest of the presser picked up and ran with, even if they did focus on Forza for too long.More news: CD Projekt Red's Cyberpunk 2077 gets an incredible first trailer
We will keep this story updated as more details come.
Fallout 76 hasn't technically been confirmed for any platforms apart from Xbox One, but Bethesda will absolutely confirm a multi-platform release at its own press conference later today. This is great, but it was what he mentioned next that really has us excited. He went on to declare that Xbox will be always be the best place to experience gaming and hinted at a cloud gaming service and new Xbox consoles for the future.More news: EA Announces Origin Access Premier
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