Microsoft is undoubtedly preparing a bunch of launch titles to show off at the next-gen Xbox reveal show, and The Verge’s sources have claimed to be aware of four of them.
Two known games include Ryse and a new Forza title, which will be part of the launch lineup for the forthcoming console, according to sources “familiar with Microsoft’s Xbox plans.”
Ryse is a title that has been in development at Crytek for quite some time. The game was originally announced at E3 2011 for Xbox 360, and was said to use Kinect. The game is set in the Roman Empire period, and used motion gestures to shield, attack and kick enemies.
The next Forza title is another rumoured launch game, and will feature “super life-like” graphics. There’s no news of whether Turn 10, who handled Forza Horizon, are behind this game.
The sources claim that the third game is a zombie title, while the fourth is a family game based on an island with “Pixar movie-style graphics”, and will use the new Kinect to play.
Check out the original trailer for Ryse: