Sports games are big business for Microsoft, so it makes sense for the company to offer up a slew of titles on Xbox One as well.
While some of the most popular games have already released on PC and PlayStation 4, there are a lot of Xbox One exclusives that we’re going to cover today.
We also expect Microsoft to release an Xbox One version of Halo 5: Guardians this year, as well as Halo: Nightfall, which has been announced for the console.
For those of you who don’t want to wait for the new generation of Xbox consoles, the first console in the series to hit the market is the Xbox One.
Its name comes from the way it’s packaged, with the top and bottom of the console separated by a plastic box.
This prevents the box from becoming too bulky, and its design is also more stylish.
While Microsoft has yet to announce a pricing or release date for the Xbox, it’s unlikely to be any lower than the $399 price tag for the original Xbox.
The Xbox One’s games lineup has seen a number of updates over the years, including Gears of War 4 and Gears of Wars 5, which are currently available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and Xbox 360.
However, the console hasn’t seen a massive upgrade in its overall quality since its launch.
While Microsoft’s latest console is undoubtedly a big step forward for the gaming industry, it hasn’t been without its faults.
The hardware is capable of handling a lot more than it’s supposed to, and there have been some issues that have plagued the Xbox over the last year.
The only games that have been officially released on the Xbox one are Gears of Wargame: Advanced Warfare and Halo 5, and Microsoft has also confirmed that the Xbox will not be getting any downloadable content for the next three years.
The next-generation console is set to debut on November 8th.