Xbox Showcase news recap, lots of games on lots of platforms

Arif Bacchus

Last week in San Francisco all of the biggest Microsoft Studio’s franchises for Xbox One and Windows 10 were on show.  From Gears of War Ultimate Edition for Windows 10, Quantum Break, Forza, Killer Instinct, and more, the event showed off your favorite franchises, and also most anticipated games of the year. Now that the wraps are off, we can tell you about them.

Here is a wide angle look at the Xbox Titles that were on show at the event:

Dark Souls III: Launching April 12th, this title takes you through an apocalyptic dark journey to unfold the secrets of the unique universe created by Hidetaka Miyazaki.

Forza Motorsport 6 expansion Pack: Now available, this pack for Forza 6 cover’s Porsche’s 60-year history and gives you the chance to race and master 21 Porsche models. 9 of these models are new to the Xbox One, and so is a new eight-hour long career campaign as well as the Virginia International Raceway track.

Killer Instinct: Season Three: Available March 29 on both Xbox One and Windows 10, this game will feature cross play functionality between both platforms.

Quantum Break: Coming on both Xbox One and Windows 10 on April 5, anyone who purchases the Xbox One Digital version of the game will receive the Windows 10 version of the game for free.

Tom Clancy The Division: Launching March 8th for Xbox One, you will fight to take back New York City from a deadly pandemic.

Pit People: Coming later this year to Xbox One, this is a fast paced, turn based co-op adventure title.

Below: With no scheduled release date as of yet, this title promises to bring you down into the depths to explore, discover, and survive.

Forza Motorsport 6: Apex
Forza Motorsport 6: Apex

Several Windows 10 games were also at the show:

Forza Motorsports 6: Apex: Coming this Spring, this free title for Windows 10 will brings a Forza 6 like experience to PC Gamers.

Gears of War Ultimate Edition for Windows 10: Available today, this marks the first time the title is on Windows 10.  It features amazing 4K resolution and unlimited refresh rates.

Minecraft with Oculus Rift support:  Available through the Windows Store and Oculus Store this Spring, this title will bring you Minecraft’s Creative or Survival mode in full 3d mode while still using the familiar Xbox One controller.

Ori and the Blind Forest Definitive Edition: Available March 11, Microsoft Studios highlighted the games new areas, abilities, story sequences, and more.

The event also included a DirectX 12 Showcase. DirectX 12 Enhancements for titles such as Rise of the Tomb Raider, Ashes of the Singularity, and King of Wushu were all on show.

These titles are all very exciting, so it is best to stay tuned to our site for more information. We will bring you more coverage on these titles as they release.