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42 games shown at Microsoft E3 2017, 22 XBOX EXCLUSIVE

Microsoft came out kicking this year this with it's  most "diverse" line-up of games ever. This was said with so much power and belief by Phil Spencer, that it almost seemed like he coined the word.

Watchiing E3, and as you will see below, Phil Spencer and his team over at Xbox did not fail to meet the expectaions they created.

As a long time gamer, that has followed every year of E3 for some time. I can say that this is by far there most "Diverse" line-up of games ever. This line-up beats back the echoing laughter of PSN players saying Xbox has no games. 

Ironically enough  the convention like it was meant to mirror Playstations 2016 conference in its embracement to Indie games fluffing there vault of beautiful games made from pure passion. Then going a step further to wow us with games like Crackdown 3, PlayerUknown's: Battlegrounds, Metro: Exodus, and more

Down below you can see the massive amount of games showcased at the MICROSOFT  2017 E3 Conference.

All games shown at microsoft e3 2017

  • Crackdown 3
  • Ori and the will of the wisp
  • Metro: Exodus
  • Playeruknown's: Battleground
  • State of Decay 2
  • The Darwin Project
  • Black Dessert Online
  • The Last Night
  • The Artful escape
  • Sea of thieves
  • Tacoma
  • Super Lucky's Tale
  • Cuphead
  • Forza 7 motarsports
  • Osiris New Dawn
  • Raiders of the Broken Planet
  • Unruly Heroes
  • Path of Exile
  • Battlerite
  • Surviving Mars
  • Fable Fortune
  • Observer
  • Robocraft Infinity
  • Dunk Lords
  • Minion Masters: Forced to Duel
  • Brawlout
  • Ooblets
  • Dark and Light
  • Strange Brigade
  • Riverbond
  • Hello Neighbor
  • Shift
  • Conan Exiles
  • Assassins Creed: Origins
  • Dragon Ball Fighters Z
  • Life is strange: Before The Storm
  • Middle Earth - Before the Storm
  • CodeVein
  • Deep rock Galactic


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SOURCE: Gamespot

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