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Microsoft's E3 2016 Event to Have Final Fantasy XV, The Division, ReCore, and Battlefield 1: Report

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Microsoft's E3 2016 Event to Have Final Fantasy XV, The Division, ReCore, and Battlefield 1: Report
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  • Final Fantasy XV will be demoed at Microsoft's E3 2016 conference.
  • The Division Underground will be exclusive to the Xbox One for a month.
  • ReCore will be out on September 30.

After the Xbox One S, Halo Wars 2, and Forza Horizon 3 have been revealed to headline Microsoft's E3 2016 conference, it seems that Final Fantasy XV, The Division, ReCore, and Battlefield 1 will also be a part of it.

As per NerdLeaks, you can expect a gameplay trailer for ReCore with a September 13 release date. This will be followed by Square Enix's Hajime Tabata and Mathew Kishimoto presenting a Final Fantasy XV demo.

"They'll show live gameplay demo on Xbox One in a fight with a huge boss," NerdLeaks states. The date for this hotly anticipated role-playing game is September 30. Something that was known months ago.

(Also see: EA's E3 2016 Showcase: Battlefield 1, FIFA 17, Titanfall 2, and More)

After this, will be a trailer for The Division Underground - quite possibly an expansion pack for The Division that's expected on June 28 for the Xbox One first. Rounding things up will be a Battlefield 1 trailer. Possibly the same one we saw at EA's event.

Final Fantasy XV at a Microsoft conference could possibly imply a marketing tie-up between publisher Square Enix and Microsoft. Somewhat of an oddity given how Final Fantasy has always been perceived as a Sony franchise, despite games being available on the Xbox 360, Xbox One and even PC via Steam.

(Also see: Bethesda at E3 2016: Dishonored 2, Quake Champions, Skyrim HD, and More)

Nonetheless, with almost every major announcement for Microsoft's E3 2016 conference finding its way to the public domain, we wonder what's the point of the company even hosting it at this stage. Hopefully, there's something still left to surprise us with.

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