Xbox 720 List of Games Revealed, 'Halo 5', 'Destiny' and 'Doom 4' to Launch for Console

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  • Visitors play with Microsoft's Xbox consoles at the Tokyo Game Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo, in this file photo.
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    Visitors play with Microsoft's Xbox consoles at the Tokyo Game Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo, in this file photo.
By Vincent Funaro, Christian Post Reporter
April 25, 2013|9:54 am

A list of Xbox 720 games has been revealed and points to titles such as Halo 5 and Doom 4 launching for the console after it hits stores.

The list includes a whole slew of games that might also be demoed at the company's unveiling for the system, scheduled to take place on May 21.

Other titles on the list include 'Ryse', 'Forza Motorsport 5]', 'Dragon Age III: Inquisition', 'Call of Duty: Ghosts', 'The Evil Within', and many more. For a full comprehensive list with more details on each game please visit IGN.com.

Microsoft sent out invitations to the unveiling of the next-generation Xbox console this week.

The event is scheduled for May 21. The invite reads "A New Generation Revealed, Don Mattrick and the Xbox team invite you to the Xbox campus for a special unveiling."

Microsoft also plans to broadcast the unveiling live on Xbox and Spike TV. The unveiling date was originally revealed by Microsoft blogger Paul Thurrott, who leaked the information on his "What the Tech" video blog earlier this month.

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Microsoft will be the last of the three major video game companies to unveil its next generation console. PlayStation introduced the PS4 earlier this year and Nintendo launched its Wii U console toward the end of last year.

The Xbox 360 has been the dominant force in gaming in the U.S. for the past two years, outselling its two biggest competitors the Nintendo Wii and the PS3.

The new Xbox console is expected to be capable of integrating a user's cable or satellite signal into a unified user interface, according to a previous report from The Verge.

The system will connect to set-top boxes via HDMI and combine broadcast content with its interactive interface. Microsoft is currently working with content partners to offer more streamlined integration with the service, according to the report.

 

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