343 Industries' Bonnie Ross takes the stage.
First time Halo will run at 60fps
Today, we're here to announce Halo's debut on Xbox One. A Halo FPS for next-gen hardware. Halo engine enhanced by cloud computing, dedicated servers, and a Halo experience at 60 frames per second.
In 2014, Halo combat will truly evolve, says 323 Industries. No real details shared though.
Xbox One will launch in November at $499 in the U.S.
Xbox One will launch at 499 euros in Europe, and 499 pounds in the U.K.
One more exclusive title to share.
Here's a teaser for Titanfall
Respawn Entertainment is on screen.
This looks to be a sci-fi themed game.
You can run around and jump long distances with a jetpack. It looks to be a third-person action shooter.
This is from teammembers of Infinity Ward, the studio behind Modern Warfare
Nevermind, it's a first-person shooter.
So there it is, Titanfall is their "One Last Thing"
Titanfall is the last exclusive title announced at the Xbox event.
Respawn CEO Vince Zampella is on stage.
This game leaked ahead of schedule
Partnering with Xbox One has helped us redefine next-gen gaming beyond graphics.
Now we're getting a taste of the gameplay.
Jetpacking and superhuman jumping looks like a lot of fun
You can call in a mech and switch assault modes
The gameplay seems to switch between a regular first-person shooter, and one where you enter a mech with more heavy firepower.
You can toss around enemy soldiers...pretty sweet.
It's a lot more of what this dev does, and that's making great FPS action
Wow...the gameplay is frenetic, and switching between being on foot and in a mech is seamless.
Thanks for joining us everyone!
The announcer thanks us for being here, and the crowd is getting up and dispersing.
Okay all, thanks for joining us at the Xbox press conference. Check back in, as the whole team will be back for the Sony press conference tonight.
Like the Xbox conference, we'll be starting up the Sony live blog a little early, so check back in.