The Microsoft Xbox One is set to hit shelves sometime in November.
The list is more or less as expected. The big franchises – Call of Duty, Battlefield, and Madden – are represented, as are next-gen racing games such as Forza Motorsport 5 and the heavily-hyped hack-and-slash title Ryse: Son of Rome. In addition, FIFA 14 makes the list, alongside Watch Dogs, an open-world game that revolves around a hacker protagonist named Aiden Pearce.
Perhaps the most intriguing launch title is Killer Instinct, a reboot of an old fighting game, which will get an innovative pricing structure – the game is free to download and play, but adding additional characters will set you back $5 a pop.