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E3 2013: The Witcher 3, Crimson Dragon, Killer Instinct Sequel, D4, Sunset Overdrive, Coming To Xbox One; Price Point Revealed!

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E3 2013: The Witcher 3, Crimson Dragon, Killer Instinct Sequel, D4, Sunset Overdrive, Coming To Xbox One; Price Point Revealed!A load of new titles have been announced for the Xbox One including The Witcher 3, Crimson Dragon, a Killer Instinct sequel, Sunset Overdrive, and D4.

Players will be able to purchase their very own Xbox One this November for the hefty price of $499.00. Read on to learn more.

Highlights
Killer Instinct will be developed by Double Helix, which is the same company who did Silent Hill: Homecoming. Fans can expect the sequel to feature the classic fighters Jago and Sabrewulf.



The development team behind Deadly Premonition, Swery65, is developing a new episodic adventure game called D4.

CD Projekt Red revealed the next title in the Witcher series will be The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. It will feature an open world for players to explore and be a conclusion to Geralt’s trilogy.

Crimson Dragon will be available exclusively for the Xbox One. It is being developed by designer Yukio Futatsugi and will feature tons of dragon-based action.

From Insomniac Games comes Sunset Overdrive. A catastrophic event has left your city overrun by mutants, but while most perish or transform, you flourish. It turns out your calling isn’t picking up trash or serving food… it’s mutant destruction.

To learn more, visit the official Xbox website.

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  • theGoldenSimatar

    Alright on price, but not an impressive lineup. And with Microsoft’s attempts to sell the consumer the idea that having no control over the games and console they’ve purchased and own is a good thing….I think I’m going to either skip this generation or go to PS4.

    • LSD Zombie

      Same here. I think Microsoft has blown it this time around. Sony stands to take away a lot of business from Microsoft; here’s hoping they don’t screw it up.