Every year Xbox has a strong presence at Gamescom, and some may say that this is one of their strongest, since the release of the Xbox One back in 2013. Though, Sony unfortunately did not have a briefing at this year’s show, but does have a presence on the exhibit floor. Microsoft, going guns blazing for their briefing, with the biggest line up of first party titles, but is it enough to win the console wars? Maybe, but they still have a way to go. Here is what Xbox showed off during this year’s Gamescom.
DVR on Xbox One coming 2016
Xbox One Chat Pad Pre-Order today coming November 2015
All Future games with Gold will have backwards compatibility.
Here are some independently developed games coming to Xbox One first.
Dark Souls III
Homefront: The Revolution
FIFA 2016 play it 1st on Xbox One with EA access
Halo 5 Guardians Multiplay Esports demo
Also, during the briefing Microsoft debut a new 1TB Halo 5: Guardians Xbox One console. Available for pre-order right now for $499. The Xbox is one of many Halo 5 Bundles and will hit stores a week before Halo 5 comes out, which is October 20, as halo 5 will be release on October 27.
Just Cause 3
Rainbow 6 Siege
Rise of the Tombraider gameplay demo
Halo Wars 2
With one of the strongest years in first party title games, Xbox is definitely going in the right direction for once. What excited you most during the Xbox Gamescom briefing? Let us know what you think in the comments.