Here are all games coming to Xbox One next week.

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Final Fantasy 15 used to be called Final Fantasy Versus 13 when it was revealed in 2006. However, the game changed its name and its visuals. It used to look like Kingdom Hearts but not anymore.

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Killing Floor 2 was listed for Xbox One on Amazon Germany. The game is supposedly coming out on June 13. However, the listing appears to be under the PlayStation Vita category so it could be a mistake.

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Microsoft's ID@Xbox program helps hundreds of developers self-publish their games on Xbox One and Windows 10 by providing kits and other tools to aid in the process. Recently, several indie developers spoke at an ID@Xbox preview event praising the program.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 will supposedly release on September 26 according to a retail listing by Base.

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Update: Activision is pulling Call of Duty: WWII trailers from YouTube.

Images of posters and packaging for Call of Duty: WWII appeared online today. The leaks are from a credible source who leaked Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.

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Though GameStop has made efforts to quell falling sales, the retailer will be closing at least 150 stores by the end of the year.

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With Microsoft's Project Scorpio set to release this year, GameStop's Chief Operating Officer has commented on the console during an investors call, stating that the company is impressed with Scorpio and its capabilities.

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Some interesting games came out on Xbox One today but the highlight has to be Vikings: Wolves of Midgard.

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Every little piece of information we learn about video games can't be classified as a story in itself. While we'd love to talk more about everything, the fact is that resources don't permit us to discuss titles beyond ones we feel will resonate with our readers. Keeping that in mind, the stories still deserve attention so we've invented the daily briefing to get you up to speed.

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An analyst by the name of Michael Pachter has claimed that Microsoft’s new Xbox Game Pass has “no chance” of replicating the success of the highly popular video streaming site Netflix. This comes from Pachter Factor, a gaming research video series.

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The fight for a new home continues today with the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda's first free event called Multiplayer APEX Missions.

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A lot of Xbox One games got trailers today. Many of them are heavy-hitters which will appeal to the majority of gamers.

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Alongside the official confirmation of April's Games with Gold, Major Nelson has unveiled a new trio of backward compatible titles coming to Xbox One today.

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Last year, Activision revealed before an earnings call that the next entry in the Destiny series would release in 2017. A new image appearing online now pegs the release date for this September.

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FlatOut is back was the phrase I wanted to shout when FlatOut 4: Total Insanity was announced earlier this year. While technically the series is back in a literal sense, FlatOut 4 doesn't reach the greatness of the series' second iteration, though it is an improvement from the unimaginable disaster of the third game.

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Update: Larry Hryb confirmed the games.

Xbox Austria leaked April's Games with Gold on their Facebook page. The Facebook page is verified so it definitely looks real.

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Surprisingly a lot of games came out on Xbox One today. Some are fan favorites while other are interesting surprise.

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Phil Spencer answered a lot of questions on Twitter about the future of Xbox. He talked about E3 2017 and even Japan.

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Every little piece of information we learn about video games can't be classified as a story in itself. While we'd love to talk more about everything, the fact is that resources don't permit us to discuss titles beyond ones we feel will resonate with our readers. Keeping that in mind, the stories still deserve attention so we've invented the daily briefing to get you up to speed.

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