Looking at the Xbox One, it may seem Microsoft and EA have some secret "strategic tilt" against Sony's PlayStation 4. Turns out, that's not the case as EA Labels' president Frank Gibeau referred to to the perception as a "messaging error" on his company's part.
Microsoft has all sorts of deals worked out with EA includingTitanfall, a highly anticipated first-person shooter that will be exclusive to Xbox One and PC. If that weren't enough to satisfy the FPS crowd, the first Battlefield 4 DLC will debut on the Xbox One (same goes for Call of Duty: Ghosts, though that's Activision).
The company also announced this week that every Xbox One sold at launch in Europe will come bundled with a copy of FIFA 14 free of charge. Additionally, FIFA 14's Ultimate Team Legends will be exclusive to Xbox consoles.
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