Microsoft Have Bought All The Studios, And Are Opening One Too

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Microsoft had its big E3 showcase today to show off everything Xbox, and it wasn't short on big reveals.

The new game in the Halo series was revealed with a trailer, although sadly no gameplay footage was shown.

The announcement of not one but three separate Gears of War titles in the works was a big signal of intent from Microsoft. The game was previously planned for a release this year. This was one of the givens for the conference, but it's always good to see solid exclusives for Xbox One even if it was expected.

- "Jump Force" is an all-new game that mashes together several different popular anime into a single game, including characters from "Dragonball Z" and "Naruto".

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Get ready to call your local pawn shop and annoy them with an outdated meme, because there's a new Battletoads game in development. Microsoft's hardware team "is deep into architecting the next Xbox consoles, where we will once again deliever on our commitment to set the benchmark for console gaming".

343 Industries is busily working on the next Halo game, which is codenamed "Infinite". Little else is known about Halo: Infinite at this time, but we will keep you updated as we learned more over the course of this week. "This is why we're amplifying our investment in worlds that will deepen your love of Xbox".

So far details are scarce on the new title. There are going to be additional customization options compared to the games before, with the developers implementing goodies such as drift suspension upgrades while driver personalization will allow you to pick clothing and various accessories.

Studio acquisitions include the US-based Undead Labs (known for State of Decay), the UK-based Playground Games and Ninja Theory (known for the Forza Horizon series and Hellblade respectively), and the Canadian-based Compulsion Games.

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