First Xbox One Games Announced

By: John Nedelcu
3 minute read
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Today, Microsoft announced the new Xbox One console. Also during the announcement, we got a sneak peak at the new games that will run on the Xbox One. They all look awesome, with stunning graphics, and I’m sure users can hardly wait to test them.

If you didn’t have chance to watch the live announcement, I’ll give you a short recap of what games were announced today, for the Xbox One. As you might know, the Xbox one will be powered by the Windows 8 Kernel, which adds stability and speed to the entire system.

What Games will be coming to Xbox One

As promised, here are a few games that were presented during the Xbox One announcement. Users who want to try these games first hand will have the chance at E3 this year, where they will also see 15 new titles for this console.

Forza Motorsport 5

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The fifth game in the Forza series will be arriving on Xbox Live and it’s said it will blow user’s minds. The graphics are top notch, the gameplay will be awesome, thanks to the new features, such as: the new dynamic achievements and smart multiplayer match-maker. We didn’t get a good look at the actual gameplay, apart from the short presentation video, but if the game will look like what we saw at the Microsoft event, then Forza Motorsport 5 for Xbox One will be a smashing hit.

Call of Duty: Ghosts

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Call of Duty needs no introductions, as it has been around for many years and it has continuously evolved. Today, we saw a premiere trailer of the new Call of Duty: Ghosts game which will be available for Xbox One. The game will have a new cast and a new story, with stunning looking environments and complex levels. All of these are possible thanks to the new game engine that Activision will be using for this new title.

FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25, NBA LIVE 14 and EA SPORTS UFC

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EA Sports have announced not one, but 4 new games that will be available for the Xbox One. All of these games will be powered by the new game engine that EA calls ‘”Ignite”, and it will take these games to a new level. Better AI and realistic movements are only a few of the advanced that it will bring. I myself am not a fan of sports games, but for those of you who like them, I’m sure you will find the new EA sports games awesome.

Quantum Break

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Quantum Break goes beyond what gamers refer to as a “very realistic” game, as it uses state of the art graphics and a seamless integration with videos. The game will be part video show, part game, and the player will interact with the show, in order to create the story. What we saw was amazing, and I can hardly wait to test out this game.

If you want to know more about the gaming side of the Xbox One, you can head to the Xbox website or take a look over the press release, where you will see all the information you want about the upgrades that have been brought. As mentioned before, new Xbox One titles will be available at E3, so don’t miss it!

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