The new Xbox One S is coming in hot, and it's got a nice roster of improvements. It's 40 percent smaller, plays 4K Blu-Rays, offers HDR video support and will eventually start at $299 in the US later this year.
Duck for cover as you advance through yet another gore-drenched alien battlefield when Gears of War 4 hits Xbox One and Windows 10 in October.
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Release date: October 21 (PS4, Xbox One, PC)
The Battlefield series is heading to World War I in Battlefield 1, promising some of the largest online battles in the game's history, with dynamic weather effects and the option to control massive "behemoth" vehicles like battleships, trains and zeppelins.
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Release date: October 28 (PS4, Xbox One, PC)
We loved the epic online multiplayer battles of the original Titanfall that pit players against huge mechs. Titanfall 2 adds new mechs and a single-player story to the package -- and lets PS4 players join the fun.
Watch Dogs 2 is sort of like Grand Theft Auto meets TV's "Mr. Robot." The sequel pits hacker heroes once again attempting to defend the masses from the corporate-government industrial complex, this time in a faithful recreation of San Francisco.
Trey Parker and Matt Stone are letting players back into their cartoon world with South Park: The Fractured But Whole. Where the last game poked fun at the world of fantasy role-playing, this new entry will skewer the superhero genre.