Monday, June 3, 2013

List of Unconfirmed Xbox One Games

These games may be coming to Xbox One but have not been explicitly confirmed for the next Xbox yet.
See Also : List of Confirmed Xbox One Games
List by : IGN
Game Source and Information
Halo 5 Before the release of Halo 4, 343 Industries confirmed that it was the first part of a new Halo trilogy. In 2012, 343 job listings were posted “to help create the current and next generation of game visuals in the Halo universe.” [18]
Cyberpunk 2077: This futuristic RPG is being developed by CD Projekt, using the brand new Redengine3. This game is an open world RPG that is based on the pen and paper game with nearly the same name. It's likely coming to next-gen consoles.
Dragon Age III: Inquisition Despite being announced by BioWare for a release in 2013, the resume of an EA Shanghai level designer suggested that the "scope" of the game has changed and that it "will be postponed to 2014" and "target next gen platforms."
The Evil Within The newest game from Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami was announced by Bethesda for a 2014 release on "next-generation consoles,"
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Metal Gear Solid V uses the Fox Engine, a next-gen engine. It is not confirmed for any next-gen consoles at the moment.
Next-Gen Family Game An anonymous source suggested that the next Xbox will launch with “a family game set on an island with Pixar movie-style graphics” that “will utilize Kinect to scan a body and generate a virtual character in the game.”
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Witcher 3 was officially announced by CD Projekt RED for release in 2014 and is set to target "all top of the line consoles and PC." It was advertised as "a next generation RPG."
Next-Gen Zombie Game An anonymous source suggested that the next Xbox will launch with "a zombie game," which has caused some to speculate that it could be Dead Rising 3.
Rainbow 6: Patriots Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot said Rainbow 6: Patriots is still in development and "there's a good chance it can be” pushed to next-generation consoles.
Mafia III Rumors suggest that Mafia III is in development at 2K Czech and was delayed in order to shift to next-generation consoles.
Doom 4Bethesda confirmed that an early version of Doom 4 "did not exhibit the quality and excitement that Id and Bethesda intend to deliver and that Doom fans worldwide expect" and was canceled in favor of a new one. Rumors suggest that the game is targeting next-generation consoles and that a planned sequel to Rage was canceled in order to add more members to the Doom 4 development team.
Ready at Dawn Next-Gen Game The developers of the God of War PSP games are developing "an exciting new AAA IP for a Next-Generation home console game system."
Square-Enix "Luminous" Games Square-Enix is showing off its "Luminous" tech engine, capable of highly realistic next-gen graphics. Luminous will make games 30% cheaper and shorten development cycles.
Homefront Sequel Game Perhaps titled Homefront 2, Crytek is developing this game (and was the company that originally outed the Xbox One's Durango codename.)
Lionhead Studios Next-Gen Game The studio (sans Molyneux) has been on the lookout for programmers with experience using the Unreal Engine, and "significant experience leading teams designing and implementing modern rendering engine." Example given is DirectX11, which is rumored to be compatible with the Xbox 360's successor.
Rare 'Historic' Franchise Rare says a "Historic" franchise will be making a comeback. This could easily be Perfect Dark (Zero was a launch title for the 360) or even Banjo-Kazooie. It could also be a Killer Instinct title.
Visceral Star Wars Game A report confirms that Dead Space developer, Visceral, has begun the hiring process to build a next gen Star Wars title.

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