Check out the two game covers above, one for the soon to be unveiled PS4 - the other for the XONE - and another image released via Google+ . Neither Sony or Microsoft have released any official images.
A new game cover for Forza Motorsport 5's has also emerged, I have also attached that boxart just after the break.
The Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC versions of Battlefield 4 will be released October 29 in North America, and November 1 in Europe. No word yet on the official release date for next-generation platforms.
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Activision confirmed today that Call of Duty: Ghosts, the next game in the uber popular Call of Duty series, will be available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC to arrive first on Xbox One and will follow on other platforms at a later date.
The franchise that has defined a generation of gaming is set to raise the bar once again with the all-new Call of Duty: Ghosts. New world. New story. New, next-gen engine, all rendered at 60 frames per second. Published by Activision and developed by Infinity Ward, the studio that created the original Call of Duty and the critically-acclaimed Call of Duty: Modern Warfare series, Call of Duty: Ghosts ushers in the next generation of the franchise, delivering a riveting all-new gameplay experience built on an entirely new story, setting and cast, all powered by a new next-generation Call of Duty engine.
Activision also confirmed today that all Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC will be available first on the new Xbox One console. Check out the official reveal trailer below and for more information please visit the 360-HQ video games database or the official site.
Developed by Infinity Ward, Call of Duty: Ghosts will be released on November 5.
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Microsoft confirmed today that Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs, one of the most anticipated titles of the year, will be available on "Xbox One". After two years of development at Ubisoft Montreal, Watch Dogs is set to revolutionize the way players interact with each other.
In Watch Dogs, players take control of Aiden Pearce, a vigilante hacker on a mission to bring justice to those who wronged him. Using his technological prowess, he’ll take control of Chicago’s networks, devices, and infrastructure to turn the city itself into his weapon.
Created by Ubisoft Montreal, the same studio behind Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry 3, Watch Dogs is shaping up to be one of the most exciting additions to our next-generation lineup.
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Introducing Xbox One, the all-in-one entertainment system from Microsoft. This is the unveil video for the Xbox One, showcasing the console, the new Kinect sensor and the new Xbox One controller, as well as the new experiences that will be coming with Xbox One, including the personal homescreen, cinematic gaming, Live TV and Skype.
Xbox One Features:
8 Core CPU
8GB of RAM
802.11 Wireless with Wi-Fi Direct
500 GB HDD
“Xbox One is designed to deliver a whole new generation of blockbuster games, television and entertainment in a powerful, all-in-one device,” said Don Mattrick, president, Interactive Entertainment Business at Microsoft. “Our unique, modern architecture brings simplicity to the living room and, for the first time ever, the ability to instantly switch across your games and entertainment.”
Introducing Xbox One
With Xbox One, games push the boundaries of realism, and TV obeys your commands.1 Say “Xbox On” to launch your personalized Xbox One Home screen, discover what is popular on TV or see friends’ latest gaming achievements all using the most natural interface — your voice.
Battlefield 4 is a genre-defining action blockbuster made from moments that blur the line between game and reality. Fueled by the next-generation power and fidelity of frostbite 3, Battlefield 4 provides a visceral, dramatic experience unlike any other.
Only in Battlefield can you demolish the buidings sheilding your enemy. Only in Battlefield will you lead an assault from the back of a gun boat. Battlefield grants you the freedom to do more and be more while playing to your strengths and carving your own path to victory.
In addition to its hallmark multiplayer, Battlefield 4 features an intense, dramatic character-driven campaign that starts with the evacuation of American VIPs from Shanghai and follows your squad's struggle to find its way home.
The most advanced installment of Battlelog delivers a level of social integration unrivaled by any other franchise in entertainment, allowing you to schedule matches, change load-outs, track your stats, check Battlefield news and keep tabs on your friends across all digital devices. No matter where you go, Battlefield is now always at your fingertips.
A leaked memo allegedly sent to all full-time employees working on the next Xbox says the next Xbox will, in fact, work offline. The same memo also states that the next Xbox will sport an HDMI input, to allow cable boxes to be hooked up for live TV viewing.
Should single-player games, Blu-ray playback, and live TV viewing be possible on a gaming console with no Internet connection? Most gamers would say "yes," but they have been worried that Microsoft feels differently; the next generation Xbox has been consistently rumored to require a permanent network connection. It won't.
According to an internal Microsoft e-mail sent to all full-time employees working on the next Xbox, "Durango [the codename for the next Xbox] is designed to deliver the future of entertainment while engineered to be tolerant of today's Internet." It continues, "There are a number of scenarios that our users expect to work without an Internet connection, and those should 'just work' regardless of their current connection status. Those include, but are not limited to: playing a Blu-ray disc, watching live TV, and yes playing a single player game."
The quotation also implicitly confirms another rumor: the next Xbox will sport an HDMI input, to allow cable boxes to be hooked up for live TV viewing. Our sources tell us that the console will be able to provide TV listings and similar information.
How far this offline support will extend still isn't clear. It could take the form of a fully offline mode akin to that on the Xbox 360 (insert optical disc, install game, play, all without an Internet connection) or it could be more like Steam (install and activate online but enable subsequent offline play once this has been done).