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Xbox One and ‘Other Surprises’ to be at PAX Prime

Xbox One and ‘Other Surprises’ to be at PAX Prime

The Xbox One and a handful of its first and third-party titles will be making playable appearances at PAX Prime this weekend. In addition to Battlefield 4 and Killer Instinct, demos of games like Dead Rising 3, Fable: Anniversary and Project Spark will also be at the Xbox Booths (#412, #422 and #432). And it wouldn’t be Microsoft without a little bit of Halo, as a Halo 4 tournament is set to take place at the event.

“And of course there will be other surprises at the booth,” said Major Nelson in this blog post, “including games that I’m not at liberty to divulge . . . yet.” It’s unclear if he’s referring to unnannounced titles or games we already know about (like Titanfall) showing up in playable form, so I guess we’ll just have to wait until PAX. But that’s not too bad, since the show it literally days away.

For a more in depth look at what Microsoft is bringing to PAX Prime, check out Major Nelson full post here.

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