Crackdown 3, Halo 5 and More Xbox One Details Leaked
Yesterday we told you about a NeoGAF forum post that supposedly leaked the date of second and third wave Xbox One releases this year, which set South Africa on course for an October release date. The post grew steadily as the day went on, including details about a disc-less Xbox One, and special Titanfall Edition and a rumour that the previously employee only White Xbox One would come to retail.
Overnight, this very same post grew exponentially, including details about release windows for most of the Xbox One’s first-party title, including ones which haven’t even been announced yet. Details include rumours of Crackdown 3, how long it will take Black Tusk Studios to develop a Gears of War title and how Halo 5 has been pushed to next year. You can check out the full list below.
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- Halo 5 is coming in 2015
- Halo 2 is getting the Anniversary edition treatment
- One special edition “war” bundle will include ports of Halo 3 and 4 for Xbox One
- beta access to Halo 5 bundled in
- The game will be 1080p
- Same dev and Halo Anniversary edition
- Multiplayer included
- Crackdown 3 is going to be announced at E3, releasing sometime in 2016
- Forza Horizon is coming this fall — 1080p and open-world
- Quantum Break will be a holiday 2014 title
- Sunset Overdrive is coming fall 2014
- Fable Legends is slated for summer 2015
- Fable Anniversary isn’t coming to Xbox One
- The next Gears of War won’t be here for at least another 2.5 years.
- Titanfall DLC coming 45 days then 120 days after release.
- Along with the white Xbox One mentioned below, Microsoft is considering a $399 version without the optical drive.
- Platinum Games has a title coming (codenamed Project Nagano) for March 2016
At this point, I should just mention again that none of this has been confirmed by Microsoft or any respective studios, so as of now these are all just rumours. Considering we’re bound to hear about the official second and third wave release windows soon, we can sort of judge whether the rest of the information could possibly be accurate by comparison.
Otherwise we’ll just have to wait for June again, when Microsoft takes the stage at E3.