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Microsoft Xbox E3 Press Conference

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Microsoft Xbox E3 Press Conference

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Bonnie Ross

Bonnie Ross, head of 343 Industries, takes the stage.

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Halo 5: Guardian

Master Chief is getting back in the saddle, with Halo 5: Guardians set to be released this fall.

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Halo 5: Guardians

Halo 5: Guardians is set for a October 27, 2015, release date.

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Halo 5: Guardians

In what 343 Industries is calling its "most ambitious Halo campaign to date," the company announced a 24-player multiplayer mode called Warzone.

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Recore

From the brains behind Metroid Prime comes a new game called Recore that tells the story of a girl and her robodog.

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Recore

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Recore

Recore is set for a release in spring 2016.

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Xbox One backward compatibility

Microsoft announces backward compatibility support for last-gen games on its current-gen console at the E3 games show.

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Xbox One backward compatibility

Microsoft on Monday surprised the video game world with news that its Xbox One console will be able to play old Xbox 360 games. Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox at Microsoft, explained at the E3 gaming conference how backward compatibility was one of the most requested features for Xbox owners. Microsoft has listened to its fans, Spencer said, and will deliver the feature later this year.

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Xbox One backward compatibility

Aside from granting Microsoft permission, game developers don't have to do anything extra to make their games backward compatible. Xbox One preview members can play a selection of titles starting today, but everyone else will have to wait until this later this year. While no firm date was announced, Microsoft said that over 100 Xbox 360 titles will be available to play on the Xbox One sometime this holiday season.

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Xbox Elite Wireless Controller

Microsoft has announced a new controller for the Xbox One, set to debut later this year. Dubbed the Xbox elite Wireless, it's all about customization: you can swap out the analog sticks and re-assign the various buttons to perform new actions. Fans of first-person shooters will appreciate being able to adjust the sensitivity on the triggers.

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Xbox Elite Wireless Controller

Four paddles have been added to the underside of the controller, offering up a faster, snazzier way to shift gears.

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Xbox Elite Wireless Controller

The Elite wireless controller will debut later this year, though there's no word on a price, or a release date.

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Shareable PC mods on Fallout 4

PC mods will work on the Xbox One version of Fallout 4.

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EA Access

All Xbox Live Gold members will be able to play EA Access Vault games for the next week.

EA Access is the publisher's subscription service that provides members with free access to a selection of games, discounts on digital content, and early access to new games. It's currently available only on Xbox One.

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Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare

Peter Moore took to the E3 stage to announce Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare. The game will be available in spring of next year.

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Titanfall on EA Access

Peter Moore announced that EA Access will now include Titanfall, its 2014 space-age shooting game. Dragon Age: Inquisition will also be available later this summer, he said.

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A Ford falls from the E3 ceiling

Henry Ford III showed up at the show: "Partnering with Forza allows us to bring the Ford GT to everyone," he said.

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Forza Motorsport 6

Forza Motorsport 6 launches September 16, 2015.

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Dark Souls 3

Dark Souls 3 is making its way to the console in early 2016.

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Rainbow Six: Siege

Ubisoft's Laurent Detoc announced that Rainbow Six: Siege will launch on October 13, 2015.

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Rainbow Six: Vegas 1 and 2

To sweeten the deal, the company is also making the sequels Rainbow Six: Vegas and Rainbow Six: Vegas 2  available for free with purchase of the game.

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Gigantic

The beta version of a game called Gigantic will be available for Windows 10 and Xbox One in August 2015.

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Ashen for ID @ Xbox

Derek Bradley from studio Aurura 44 announced a game called Ashen for ID @ Xbox, the company's self-publishing program for Xbox One.

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Cuphead

Cuphead is also coming soon for ID @ Xbox. It's a game that draws heavy influence from the quirky characters in 1930s cartoons.

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Xbox Game Preview

Microsoft debuted a new initiative called Xbox Game Preview -- a way to buy early access to games.

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Ion

The creator of Day Z has been working with the tech company Improbable to create a new game called Ion, coming first to Xbox One and then to the PC at an undisclosed date.

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Rise of the Tomb Raider

Brian Horton from Crystal Dynamics introduced Rise of the Tomb Raider, an exclusive for the Xbox that will come out in the holiday season of this year.

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Rise of the Tomb Raider

The sequel to the 2013 reboot of the action adventure game, Rise of the Tomb Raider takes Lara to the snowy mountains of Russia in search of some ancient ruins.

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Rare Replay

Microsoft is publishing Rare Replay for Xbox One, a package that brings together 30 of the studio's best games in one place.

The $30 price was also confirmed along with an August 4 release date.

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Sea of Thieves

Developer Rare announced a new IP titled Sea of Thieves, themed around pirates that features a shared world which can be inhabited by multiple players.

The announcement was described by the developer as "By far the most ambitious game Rare has ever created."

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Fable Legends

Available this year on both Windows 10 and Xbox One, the free-to-play Fable Legends got a new trailer at E3 2015.

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Microsoft partners with Valve

Microsoft announced a partnership to support the Valve virtual-reality system.

The news comes just days after Microsoft partnered with Oculus to provide a bundle an Xbox controller with every Oculus Rift headset. Between Oculus, Valve and its own HoloLens augmented-reality headset, the company is backing all of the major players in virtual reality.

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HoloLens

Microsoft also showed off its own HoloLens headset in a demonstration of a customized version of Minecraft built to handle augment reality. A virtual simulation of a Minecraft world emerged out of a real wooden table, allowing the person using the headset to manipulate the world and switch perspectives.

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Microsoft and HoloLens demo

Microsoft shows off its HoloLens headset by demoing a customized version of Minecraft built to handle augment reality.

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Minecraft landscape sprout-up

Microsoft's HoloLens is an ambitious device designed to float 3D images made only of light in front of our eyes. The headset contains speakers for audio output and a large number of cameras and sensors for mapping the environment and tracking the user's body and head movements.

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Minecraft and HoloLens demo

The HoloLens will run a version of Windows 10 software, Microsoft says. That will allow developers to design so-called universal apps that can run on the HoloLens as well as the PC, the Xbox One game console, Surface tablets and Windows smartphones. The project is expected to be released within the Windows 10 timeframe, Microsoft executives have said repeatedly. Whether that means this year or within the entire lifespan of Windows 10, which could be many years, is unclear.

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Gears of War: Ultimate Edition

Microsoft revealed a remastered version of the 2006 original Gears of War called the Ultimate Edition.

The new version of the game comes with improved graphics, as it runs at 1080p/60fps, producer Rod Fergusson said on stage at Microsoft's briefing.

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Gears of War 4 coming to Xbox One holiday 2016

Microsoft also announced a brand-new Gears of War, Gears of War 4, that is coming to Xbox One during holiday 2016.

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