Microsoft was the 1st company to hit the live stage during the beginnings of E3 2014. There’s a lot of information that was given to the live press members in attendance and those who viewed the livestream, so we’re going to compile it all in one simple format for you all. Here’s everything you need to know about what went down during the Xbox E3 2014 media briefing.
1. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Was Shown Via Some New Gameplay, Plus the DLC Was Announced for Xbox One Exclusivity
The live press conference started of with an inside look at one of the playable levels in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. And as expected, Xbox 360 and Xbox One owners will get 1st dibs on Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare downloadable content.
2. Forza Motorsport 5 is Getting a NEW DLC Stage That’s Available for Download Now
One of the bigger announcements for the day revolved around Forza Motorsport 5’s newly added track – Nurburgring. Starting today, owners of the game will be able to download the track at no cost. Afterwards, Forza Horizon 2 and its release date was revealed – September 30, 2014.
3. A New Trailer for Evolve Was Debuted
2K Games‘ Evolve was the next game to be shown. In the trailer, a brand new beast made its debut. Like Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s planned DLC, the Xbox One will receive the 1st flood of add-on content and the exclusive beta for Evolve.
4. Assassin’s Creed Unity Showcased the Co-Op Brotherhood Gameplay
Ubisoft hit the stage to give fans some more details on Assassin’s Creed Unity. Players will be able to join each other in a 4-player co-op experience that focuses on the “Brotherhood” label the series is known for. A new gameplay demo displayed the 4-player co-op action that’s possible through this next-gen take on Ubisoft’s long-running series. Fellow assassins can be spotted by spotting the purple emblem icon that floats over their heads.
5. A New Story Trailer was Shown for Dragon Age: Inquisition
Dragon Age: Inquisition was put on display in a new revealing trailer. The Xbox One will also be getting the 1st bits of downloadable content before any other console.