List of Xbox One and PlayStation 4 exclusive games

Both Microsoft and Sony came out an showed off a bunch of games at their respective E3 2013 keynotes, but it often wasn't clear exactly what games are exclusive to each console and which aren't. So, we've compiled a handy list so you can see what you'll be getting from both consoles, at least from the early information we've received from E3 2013.

Xbox One Both PlayStation 4
Below Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag* Blacklight: Retribution*
Crimson Dragon Battlefield 4* Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn*
D4 Call of Duty: Ghosts* Daylight*
Dead Rising 3 The Crew* DC Universe Online*
Forza Motorsport 5 Destiny* Deep Down
Halo (for Xbox One) The Division Don't Starve*
Killer Instinct Dragon Age Inquisition* DriveClub
Kinect Sports Rivals Dying Light* Gran Turismo (for PS4)
LocoCycle* EA Sports UFC* Infamous: Second Son
Minecraft* Elder Scrolls Online* Killzone: Shadow Fall
Quantum Break FIFA Soccer 14* Knack
Project Spark Final Fantasxy XV Mercenary Kings*
Rabbids Invasion Just Dance 2014* Oddworld: New n' Tasty*
Ryse: Son of Rome Kingdom Hearts 3 The Order: 1866
Sunset Overdrive Mad Max* Outlast*
Titanfall* Madden 25* PlanetSide 2*
Zumba Party Fitness Metal Gear Solid V* Primal Carnage: Genesis*
Zoo Tycoon* Mirror's Edge 2* Ray's The Dead*
Untitled Black Tusk game NBA 2K14* Transistor*
Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare* NBA Live 14 War Thunder*
Fantasia: Music Evolved* Need for Speed: Rivals* Warframe*
  Skylanders Swap Force*  
  Sniper Elite 3*  
  Star Wars Battlefront*  
  Watch Dogs*  
  The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt*  
  The Witness*  
  Wolfenstein: The New Order*  
  The Evil Within*  
  Trials Fusion*  

*Also on other, non next-gen platforms (eg. PC, Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3)

Neowin's E3 2013 coverage is sponsored by Alienware

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