The diverse lineup included games for every type of player, from exclusives like Forza Horizon 4, Halo Infinite and Gears 5, to smaller independent titles like Session, Below, Ashen and Tunic. Additionally it has announced the acquisition of Playground Games, and letters of intent to acquire Ninja Theory, Undead Labs and Compulsion Games.
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Washington is eager to see if the North's pledges were "sincere", Pompeo said, adding: "The US has been fooled before". It is also unclear whether US officials will raise human rights issues in meetings with the North Koreans.
Meanwhile, Microsoft is also working on a "cloud network" to stream console-quality gameplay to an array of Internet-linked devices including smartphones and tablets, according to Spencer.
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Authorities have beefed up security around the hotels where Trump and Kim (Saint Regis) will be staying in central Singapore . Both leaders landed in Singapore on Sunday, joining the estimated 3,000 journalists expected to cover the summit, .
Even more gaming news! Instead, with the wealth of content shown at E3 2018, Microsoft is playing the long game here. The last time we saw a proper game in the Halo series was with the fifth game, Guardians, about three years ago.
Surprising news? Not exactly, but many industry observers have lingering doubts about the future of Microsoft-branded hardware under CEO Satya Nadella. And Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, its most recent success, was a PlayStation 4 timed console exclusive, although it eventually came out on Xbox One earlier this year. He also added that 343 is "making changes to how we approach things", which could be interpreted in a number of ways.
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In the most Canadian manner (polite), not directly targeting anyone unlike POTUS (President of the United States). Trump also tweets that he instructed US officials not to endorse the joint communique agreed upon by G7 leaders.
Meanwhile, Microsoft gave a first look at several games coming soon to multiple platforms, including Cyberpunk 2077 (from Witcher III developer CD Projekt Red), Tom Clancy's The Division 2, Devil May Cry 5 and Dying Light 2. But Microsoft continues to work to improve it, and we are seeing the results of that at E3.