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EA Announces Partnership With Microsoft On Xbox One

Posted on Tuesday, May 21 @ 10:36:00 PST by Alex_Osborn

The publisher teased us yesterday, and now the time has come: Electronic Arts has revealed the next generation of sports games. The company plans to release new entries in the MaddenFIFAUFC, and NBA Live franchises within the next twelve months.

With the power of the new Ignite Engine, EA will be able to devlier more realistic player motion, physics and the like.

Electronic Arts will have a partnership with Microsoft on the Xbox One, but don't put too much stock in that statement. Don't forget that the publisher announced something very similar for Nintendo and the Wii U, and look what happened there. The Big N's console isn't even getting Madden this year.

And this is only the beginning of all the Xbox-related news, so stay tuned to GameRevolution for updates all throughout the day and in the weeks to come.
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