Xbox One: The Games So Far
- Updated: May 22, 2013
In the Xbox One reveal conference, Microsoft Studios corporate vice president Phil Spencer said that there would be 15 exclusives on Xbox this year, 8 of which would be new IPs. We don’t know exactly what any of them are yet, but we do know some of the games that are coming to the Xbox One
Forza Motorsport 5: This one has been confirmed as exclusive. Of course it is; Turn 10 Studios are a subsidiary of Microsoft Studios
Call of Duty: Ghosts: All DLC will be coming first to the Xbox One.
FIFA 14: Higher-fidelity football.
Madden NFL 25: That other type of football.
NBA Live 14: No foot to the ball please.
EA Sports UFC: You can totally foot the balls.
Quantum Break: Coming from Remedy Entertainment, this is the only game I’m slightly interested in so far despite hating Alan Wake and never finishing Max Payne. Apparently it “blurs the line between television and gameplay, integrating the two into one seamless, uniquely immersive experience”. Sounds like this generation’s Phantom Tollbooth to me.
It’s so unique that they gave us not one, not two but three screenshots of soldiers from the gameplay section. I am only in it for the bear.
Thief: Square Enix’s Thief has been confirmed for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
Definitely Straddling Current and Next Gen Platforms
Battlefield 4: You’ll be able to kill people in a variety of ways while admiring the Frostbite 3 engine that apparently needs to be mentioned every time you talk about Battlefield 4.
Destiny: Bungie’s upcoming space shootery thing that isn’t Halo will also be coming to current and next-gen platforms.
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag: Pirates and sunsets and beaches and swordfights. Click the tag down below to get more on Black Flag.
Watch Dogs: I like that they’ve dropped the underscore from the name. This action hackery game looks interesting. We’ll find out more about it at E3.
Also, what’s Graeme Boyd doing in that screenshot. Is he in the game? I want to be in the game.