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Every Trailer Showcased During the E3 2017 Microsoft Conference

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So many trailers, so little time.

Forza Motorsport 7 – Unsurprisingly, Forza Motorsport 7 was announced alongside the Xbox One X at Microsoft’s E3 2017 press conference. Featuring new dynamic lighting and weather systems, it promises to be one of the most immersive racers we’ve seen to date.

Assassin’s Creed Origins – The new Assassin’s Creed game was officially unveiled at Microsoft’s press conference, and it offered us a grand look at Egypt and the new RPG elements present in the game.

Metro Exodus – One of the biggest surprises and Microsoft’s conference, Metro Exodus made its debut with an exciting trailer that took place mostly above ground. And without a gas mask, too.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds – PUBG fans will be pleased to know that the game is coming to the Xbox One, and in “True 4K” (TM) at that. You can check out the new trailer here.

Deep Rock Galactic – Deep Rock Galactic was one of the new indie games announced for the Xbox One. It’s a co-op game that places you and your friends in control of four dwarves who mine minerals and shoot spider monsters.

State of Decay 2 – State of Decay 2 is one of the most eagerly anticipated Xbox One exclusives, and the game received a new trailer at Microsoft’s E3 2017 conference.

Dragon Ball Fighter Z – Dragon Ball Fighter Z is a brand new Dragon Ball fighting game from the Guilty Gear devs, and it features 2D fighting, along with exciting 3v3 brawls.

The Darwin Project – The Darwin Project is a new Battle Royale-style game that tasks players with surviving in a snow-covered arena, while trying to fend off other attackers.

Minecraft – Minecraft made an appearance at Microsoft’s E3 2017 press conference as well, and the trailer showed off a new community marketplace, as well as cross-platform play for consoles, mobile devices, and VR.

Black Desert – The popular MMORPG Black Desert was shown off at Microsoft’s press conference today, and it’s been confirmed for an Xbox One release.

Code Vein – Code Vein is the latest action game from Bandai Namco, and while it doesn’t have a set release date just yet, it was confirmed for a 2018 release on Xbox One.

The Last Night – The Last Night is one of the more interesting indie games we saw at Microsoft’s press conference today, and it features a pretty cool-looking cyberpunk setting with a hint of noir.

The Artful Escape – The Artful Escape is a colorful new indie game shown off at Microsoft’s press conference, and it looks absolutely wild. The trailer was brief, but it offered us a glimpse of strange creatures, hallucinogens, and musical light battles.

Sea of Thieves – Sea of Thieves was shown off again at Microsoft’s press conference, and we got to see even more exploration gameplay. Players can explore sunken ships to find treasure, and head into the dark caverns to fight off deadly skeletons.

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War – Shadow of War is one of the most hotly anticipated games of 2017, and today’s trailer showed off some of the game’s new features. You can apparently recruit orcs now, and they’ll fight alongside you.

Tacoma – Fullbright’s been working on Tacoma for a while, so it was nice to get another fresh look at the game this year. It also finally has a release date of August 2.

Super Lucky’s Tale – Lucky’s Tale was a VR game, but it looks like Lucky got lucky enough to get his own standalone title on the Xbox One. Super Lucky’s Tale is a new exclusive title that got announced for the console today.

Crackdown 3 – After an excruciatingly long silence from Microsoft, Crackdown 3 has finally resurfaced, and Terry Crews is starring in it. It’ll be launching alongside the Xbox One X this November.

Life Is Strange: Before the Storm – Dontnod may not be working on Before the Storm, but the game’s debut trailer certainly looks as stylish and charming as the original series. We’re hoping for an equally captivating hipster soundtrack to go with it.

Ashen – Ashen is a new action RPG where the player character struggles to find a home in a world that’s utterly devoid of light. You can run into other people in the world as well, and you’ll have to decide if you want to bring them back to your own camp.

Ori and the Will of the Wisps – Ori and the Blind Forest was a critical darling when it first released back in 2015, so it’s no surprise that it’d receive a follow-up. Will of the Wisps looks just as beautiful as its predecessor, and we can’t wait to see more.

Anthem – BioWare’s new IP received a teaser trailer at EA’s conference yesterday, but we finally got a good long look at Anthem today. The game features fully customizable exo-suits and an incredibly expansive open world that you can explore with your friends.

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