Published: Wed, July 13, 2016
Tech | By Dwayne Harmon

Microsoft showcases upcoming Xbox One games in a new video

Microsoft showcases upcoming Xbox One games in a new video

Responding to media, Xbox CEO Phil Spencer revealed that even though Sony is doing incredibly well in the PS4 arena, they are doing business which is different than what Microsoft does. The general manager of Xbox Services, Dave McCarthy, told the Daily Star that "Some of our retail partners today do trade-in programs and that's definitely going to be partnerships we continue to move going forward".

Besides the new Forza Horizon game, other major titles, like Dead Rising 4, State of Decay 2, Killer Instinct, We Happy Now, Gears of War 4, Ghost Recon Wildlands, Madden NFL 2017, For Honor, and many more will make their way to the Xbox One later this year, or at the begging of 2017. I'm saying if you're an Xbox One console gamer, we are so focused on making your experience the best experience you've ever had with the best lineup of games.

ANYONE THINKING about buying current airware the Microsoft Project Scorpio console, but concerned about their pennies, can chill out a bit.

"We'll try partnerships with our retail partners to smooth it even more with trade-in programs and things like that". While all the remains to be seen, the more important thing for Spencer is catering to their customer's gaming experience and options.

Microsoft did announce that they are working on a new Xbox One and PC game called the Sea of Thieves but what they did not reveal was the arrival date of the game. Interestingly, their own presser still featured a shout-out to ID@Xbox program with a new trailer, a montage of several smaller projects still in the works to come out for Xbox one.

Mcrosoft and Xbox are also keeping in line with their goal to maintain compatibility for users patronizing their products, such as PC, Xbox One S, when Project Scorpio gets out sometime next year.

Whilst we're sure this won't affect most Xbox gamers, the Xbox One S has been designed without a Kinect port. Every new Microsoft Studios title shown at the Xbox E3 2016 Briefing will support Xbox Play Anywhere, with more titles on the way.

"Project Scorpio" will join the Xbox One family and coexist alongside Xbox One and Xbox One S and all of your Xbox One games and accessories are compatible. Right now the buzz in the industry is split between 4K gaming and VR, both of which put added demand on hardware resources, particularly the graphics. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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