by John Callaham
Microsoft has 23 games it says will be ready for the launch of the Xbox One this November, and many of the titles developed and published by third parties will have features that will be exclusive to the Xbox One version.
The Xbox Wire website reveals that people who buy the Xbox One and Xbox 360 versions of EA's soccer game FIFA 14 will be the only ones that will be able to access virtual versions of classic soccer players like Pele’, Patrick Viera, Freddie Ljungberg, Ruud Gullit and Gary Linekar, as part of the FIFA 14 Ultimate Team. Each of these classic players will have their own unique look and attributes. Microsoft states that they will be randomly included in Ultimate Team Gold Packs. It adds:
Fans will be able to acquire Legends in packs or through the Transfer Market, and then compete with their squads in special tournaments that showcase the skills and flair that made each of these players legendary. Each legend will be available in packs for a limited time and at different times throughout the season.Fans of the Call of Duty franchise will be able to play the Xbox One version of the next game in the series, Call of Duty: Ghosts, with exclusive dedicated servers on Microsoft's Xbox Live Cloud service. European countries will also be able to buy a Call of Duty: Ghosts Xbox One bundle that will include both the console and the game, along with unnamed exclusive content.
Finally, Ubisoft will offer Xbox One players of its upcoming action-MMO game Tom Clancy's The Division some exclusive content as well, although specifics were not announced.
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