XBox One Exclusive Showcase in Singapore

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Monday, Xbox held an exclusive showcase at School of The Arts for us to catch a preview the Xbox One. Not only that, there is an exclusive chance for us to interact with developers and publishers behind some of the hottest titles available on Xbox One.

 (Close door session with Ryan Schneider Director,
Brand Development, Insomniac Games )

We managed to speak to the publishers behind “Forza Horizon 2”, “Dead Rising 3”, “Sunset Overdrive”, “Dance Central Spotlight” to find out what are the key highlights of the game and where they draw inspiration from.

(Close door session with Designer Alli Thresher
and Product and Community Manager, Jessa Brezinski
for Dance Central, Harmonix Music Systems)

This holiday session, race through a wide-open world with beautiful landscapes of Southern Europe in “Forza Horizon 2”, be a legendary hero in “Halo: The Master Chief Collection”. “Dead Rising 3”, “Ori and the Blind Forest”, “Sunset Overdrive”, “Assassin’s Creed: Unity”, “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare”, and “EA SPORTS FIFA 15”. There will be at least 50 games launched this holiday and 20 of them exclusively available on Xbox platform.

(Xbox One – Image credit Xbox)
On 23 September, the Xbox One will be launched in Singapore. In celebration of the launch, Xbox will be giving its fans the chance to win a trip of a lifetime. “Xbox High Flyers” will grant one lucky Singaporean fan alongside other fans across the Asia region to jet set across the globe for 10 days. You will stand a chance to visit some of the biggest game studios, get air-borne with Master Chief and play spectator to the world’s most epic sporting events.
Fans in Singapore will have the choice of great bundles at day one with great value. Fans can currently choose from two pre-order options; the Xbox One Launch Console Bundle which includes a digital copy of EA Sports™ FIFA 15 for only S$639.
The Xbox One Launch Kinect Bundle and Dance Central Spotlight for only S$739.
Product Information credit Microsoft Xbox
Photo credit Jeremy unless otherwise credited

 

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