Dave McCarthy, Xbox’s Operation Team Head noticed that most of the Playstation releases shown at E3 lacked release dates. No doubt, both consoles had excellent trailers and showoffs with gamers having their own opinion which companies had a better event at E3.
Xbox was proud enough to show release dates for almost every game they had including Forza Horizon 3, Dead Rising 4 and much more. No doubt to put the cherry on top they also announced a few games that were Xbox Play Anywhere Eligible which included some excellent titles to be cross played on both platforms when you buy the game for one platform.
Dave McCarthy Quoted:
“I like to show games that people are going to buy soon,” he says. “I didn’t see a lot of dates discussed on games [at PlayStation’s conference].
“We have four triple-A exclusives coming to Xbox One and Windows 10 in 2016: ReCore, Forza Horizon 3, Gears of War 4 and Dead Rising 4. In 2017, there’s another five to call out. We have Halo Wars 2, Sea of Thieves, State of Decay 2, Crackdown and Scalebound. I haven’t even mentioned our great third-party partners and ID@Xbox. We are going to see Inside at the end of June, we’re going to see an open beta for We Happy Few, which we showed on stage. It’s awesome. It’s going to be across Xbox One and Windows 10 and is going to be an Xbox Play Anywhere title. Then we have Cuphead, also a Play Anywhere title. And Below coming as well. I get excited about showing games that I am going to be able to get this year and next year.”
We quite agree with the fact that Dave McCarthy pulled up, but Sony also had some amazing games to show off the E3, some of those titles included Crash Bandicoot Remake, the new Spiderman, God of War and much more.
It’s an exciting year for gaming for all platforms, PC, Xbox One and PS4. Can’t wait to see what’s ahead for 2017.
Source in Chinese: 163.com