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Well, Microsoft promised games this year, and they delivered. Kinda. Some might not be that impressed but it might be more a matter of personal choice really.

Please note: Check back regularly as new videos will be added as we spot them.

So, things kicked off with Titanfall. Sorry, it’s Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. It looks like every other Titanfall Call of Duty ever, except for the setting. We’re sure it will be great. DLC will (as with the last few) be released first on Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

Forza was next. For Forza 5, everyone (with the game of course) can download the Nuburgring for free from right now, while Forza Horizon 2 was dated for release. The game will be out on 30 September and will feature over 200 cars, a day/night cycle and run at 1080p on Xbox One.

Microsoft revealed that an exclusive beta and timed-exclusive DLC for Evolve will be available only for the Xbox One.

Co-op for Assassin’s Creed Unity was confirmed on the “biggest playground ever” for the series. You will be able to form your own Brotherhood with three friends and play through the campaign. It looks rather fantastic.

The Xbox One has bagged timed exclusive “premiere content” for Dragon Age inquisition. It too looks rather fantastic.

Sunset Overdrive will be out from 28 October. It is an Xbox One exclusive and it looks nuts.

The ‘Super Ultra Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix Hyper Edition EX Plus Alpha’ or Dead Rising 3 on Xbox One is now available. It offers arcade-style gameplay for up to four players in co-op dressed as their favourite Capcom characters.

Fable Legends will be getting a multiplayer beta this autumn.

Conker will be joining the cast of Project Spark. That, and a new trailer was released.

Halo 5 Guardians will be getting a beta in December this year with access guaranteed with the newly announced Halo: The Master Chief Collection. The collection brings all four of the Master Chief’s previous games to the Xbox One and runs at 1080p 60fps on dedicated server with 4000 Gamerscore. Halo 2 will feature the ability to switch between visuals at touch of a button and the Halo 2 multiplayer will feature as it shipped ten years ago. Six Halo 2 maps have been recreated with the power of the Xbox One.

Ori and the Blind Forest has been revealed for the Xbox One.

PlayDead’s next game, Inside, will be available on the Xbox One first in “early 2015”.

Rise of the Tomb Raider, a sequel to the 2013 reboot, has been revealed and will be out in 2015.

The rumour of Phantom Dust returning is true. A remake is heading to the Xbox One.

Platinum Games announced Scalebound which will be an Xbox One exclusive and features big baddies and a bleach blond fighter who looks a little like Dante.

A new Crackdown game has been announced for Xbox One. A few people got very excited. Including a grumpy zombie…

A number of titles were revealed for ID@Xbox – the indie games are looking really promising on the Xbox One.

Warframe is one of the titles coming to Xbox One as part of the ID@Xbox program, but will only be free-to-play to Gold subscribers.

The Witcher 3. Enough said right?

A gameplay trailer for The Division. Game of E3 again?

An update to the Xbox One Achievements system has been announced. The update will allow players to snap the Achievements app to the side of the screen, rather than having to switch between the app and their game. By default, the Achievements will be sorted by how close the player is to achieving them, although players will be able to arrange them in any order they like. A search option will also be added to allow players to find help with a particular Achievement – the Xbox One will load a browser and search online for guides. No date has been revealed for the update.

TJ Combo has been revealed for ‘season two’ of Killer Instinct.

Xbox has got you covered too with their own round-up – if you prefer.


A gameplay video for Halo 2 Anniversary on Xbox One has hit the internet.