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Microsoft E3 2014 FPS announcements.

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Microsoft did what every major game publishing team should do: Show Upcoming games and amaze us please! But as far as FPS games goes it's something we've already expected, but still interesting none the less.

Call of Duty: Advance warfare Nov. 4th 2014 - The first one up was Call of Duty Advance Warfare. First WWII, then "now-ish", now predictions! Call of Duty shows more than what it can do without living in the past and the now. They look to the future where stuff looks very pretty and and the gear at your disposal is from the world of tomorrow. No multiplayer information, but plenty to see to get hyped for. The video is right here.

Evolve Oct. 21 2014 - Remember Left 4 Dead? Remember those friends you had that say they always got your back only to understand that they shown their true colors and only use you as bait for the hungry undead? Well you can relive those memories in a dark cave with a giant Cthulhu monster in Evolve! Video here.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection Nov. 11th 2014 - Halo has come a very long way and it's almost been 10 years since Halo 2's release on the original Xbox. But why have Halo 2 when you can have 1-4 on one disc, with Halo 1 & 2 getting a graphics boost, AND Halo 5 beta? Sign us up. Halo 2 Multiplayer here.

Halo 5 Guardians 2015 - And here we are, a new Halo installment. Not much was said on this game other than 2 different teasers. We don't even know if you're playing as Master chief or a completely different Spartan. All we know is that Keith David is back playing as the Arbiter once again. You can see the two teasers here and here

Microsoft started off with a huge hit! Now the other companies have carry the torch to future gaming.