Started by Legend, Feb 26, 2017, 05:15 PM
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They probably don't...
Halo 6Forza CrackdownSea of ThievesMinecraftThat's what I can think of. I think they will have a third part money hat in there as well
I doubt any third party will want to do business with them right now. All their money hats have been huge failures.
Well going off Google you're missing State of Decay 2.Wait, does XBOX really only have 3 announced exclusives?Crackdown 3Sea of ThievesState of Decay 2That's incredibly low. I'm pretty sure it's the lowest it's ever been in XBOX history.After launch:Halo 5Sunset OverdriveQuantum BreakTitanfallKinect Sports RivalsD4Project SparkFable LegendsPre E3 2014:Halo 5Sunset OverdriveQuantum BreakD4Project SparkFable LegendsPre E3 2015:Halo 5Quantum BreakFable LegendsCrackdown 3ScaleboundForza 6Rise of the Tomb RaiderPre E3 2016:Crackdown 3ScaleboundRecoreSea of ThievesGears of War 4Halo Wars 2Pre E3 2017 probably:Crackdown 3Sea of ThievesState of Decay 2I'm sure I've missed something but in general XBOX has half the announced games this year than they did every other year. How has nobody realised the 50% decrease in games? Meanwhile this year MS has 50% less floor space at E3 than usual. Statistically unlikely to be a coincidence.Do they just not have much for 2017?
Well to be fair, they also have some stuff like Gigantic, Phantom Dust and Voodoo Vince Remaster announced.Also MS doesn't have a major game currently announced that's not at least aiming at 2017.Realistically Forza 7 will still be announced for this year, probably at E3. Halo 6 seems like a lock as well and a sequel to Ori and the blind forest was leaked last year already so I'm guessing this'll come at this years E3 too.The question is this: Do we really think MS would go into 2018 with only Halo 6 and Ori 2 announced for the year (and then later on add Forza Horizon 4)? I don't know about you guys but to me this sounds absolutely insane, they have to have something else cooking up that we just can't foresee yet.
Well we don't know how much Microsoft paid these companies for the exclusivity. I wouldn't be surprised to see some 3rd party exclusives, still, but I'm not expecting any companies to be too willing. They'll ask for a large amount of money, that's for sure. On top of that, Phil has said he wanted to focus on first parties. So its quite unlikely they'll get any on the scale of Scalebound or Sunset Overdrive in the future I think
Super early predictions:XBOXHalo 6, this year!Forza 7New game from RemedyPlaystationSuckerPunch's new gameNew game from FromLondon Studio VR gameNintendoPokemon for SwitchSmash Bros portSwitch Pro dock
A new remedy game could be announced, but seems a little early. Plus we already know from Shinobi or some other insider that Remedy's next game is multiplatform, I believe. But it can still have xbox marketing and be revealed there.
So of Sonys announced AAA games, which do you think we'll see at E3 and which do you think will miss the show?God of WarDays GoneDetroitSpider-ManUncharted The Lost LegacyDreamsDeath StrandingGT SportKnack 2The Last of Us 2Technically I could see each of these games making an appearance, but that woukd leave no more space for third party or VR games. But honestly can you imagine how mindblowing a show with these games plus a new Sucker Punch IP, Bloodborne 2 and maybe Horizon DLC would be?
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