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Microsoft unveils Xbox One games roster...

21 Aug 13

Microsoft has revealed their intentions to ply gamers with an extensive list of ‘exclusive’ or ‘available first on Xbox One for a limited time' only titles.

Announcing collaborations with 343 Industries, Access Games, Bungie, Crytek, DICE, EA Sports, Infinity Ward, Ubisoft Montreal and many more, the tech giant says a huge 38% of titles will be exclusive to Xbox One owners and 44% will contain timed or exclusive content.

The following titles will be exclusively available on Xbox One:

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• Crimson Dragon

• D4

• Dead Rising 3

• Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved

• Forza Motorsport 5

• Halo Xbox One

• Killer Instinct

• Kinect Sports Rivals

• Minecraft: Xbox One Edition

• Quantum Break

• Ryse: Son of Rome

• Sunset Overdrive

• Titanfall

• Zoo Tycoon

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