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June 15, 2015 - Los Angeles - Opening with the tagline "Jump Ahead', Microsoft's Xbox Press Conference at E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) delivered welcome news to Xbox gamers. Most notably, head of Xbox ,Phil Spencer annouced to a thundering roar, Xbox One will now be backward compatible with the last generation Xbox 360. This means all those old favorites will be playable on the Xbox One! The backward compatibility will work for both digital downloads and discs.
Xbox also highlighted a host of exclusive titles, with no less than five triple a titles slated before the end of this year and into early 2016. Those exclusive titles include: Halo 5: Guardians, Recore, Forza 6, Fable: Legends and Rise of the Tomb Raider. Some of the titles will be cross-supported on the newest Windows 10 OS coming this July, allowing PC and console gamers to play together.
From the hardware side, Microsoft announced a partnership with Valve VR (virtual reality) with the Oculus VR headset coming packaged with an Xbox One controller.
However, the biggest "wows" came from the live demonstration of Microsoft's recently announced Hololens. The headset will allow players to virtually project thier game onto a wall and onto a table-top surface in 3D! The demo game used was the very popular game Minecraft and a special Hololens version is in the works.
Keep checking back here for continuing E3 2015 coverage!