Xbox One Games Line-Up Revealed
Publishers announce a raft of new titles for Microsoft's next-gen console...
A host of games have been announced at the same time as the unveiling of Microsoft's new Xbox One console.
Although much of Microsoft's presentation for its new device focused on TV and internet functionality, there were also segments from several major games publishers - revealing their wares.
And other games companies have made separate announcements and released screenshots of titles they plan to launch for the console.
Electronic Arts announced a new partnership with Microsoft, which will see a new FIFA title plus Battlefield 4, Madden NFL, NBA Live and UFC released over the next 12 months.
The titles will be powered by EA's new "Ignite" engine - which promises greater visual realism, better animation and "human-like intelligence".
Forza Motorsport 5 will be released by Microsoft itself. Developed by Turn 10, the newest instalment of the respected driving franchise is eagerly awaited by gamers.
Activision closed the Xbox One reveal event with the world premiere of Call Of Duty: Ghosts.
The game is reportedly set to feature a totally new story, seeing America invaded and players take on the role of a Ghost - part of the remnants of the US military.
Ubisoft has confirmed that Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag will be coming for the machine, along with a new title called Watch Dogs.
And Bungie - the studio behind the original Halo games - has announced that it's new project Destiny is also set to grace the Xbox One (as well as the PS4).