Microsoft Announces Cobalt and Max: The Curse of Brotherhood for Xbox One
Adding to the line-up of highly anticipated titles, Microsoft revealed two more brand-new games for Xbox One and Xbox 360 – Cobalt and Max: The Curse of Brotherhood. Continuing the long-standing partnership between Xbox and award-winning Minecraft developer Mojang, Cobalt is an action-packed platform shooter launching in the first half of 2014, which features a multiplayer mode with up to eight players that lets you punch rockets and deflect bullets to win the day. Players can slide, climb, roll and jump smoothly through levels whilst shooting and deflecting projectiles back at enemies. Bullet time enhances the excitement and intensity of gameplay as players strive to master the intricate timing of combat and maintain momentum in the smooth platforming experience.
Coming in early 2014, Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is a follow-up to the popular game Max and the Magic Marker and tells the story of a boy named Max who embarks on a journey to find his little brother, Felix, after a giant monster steals him away. With the power of Kinect, players will guide Max through a mystical, blighted fantasy world, using powerful magical abilities to overcome puzzles and enemies and save Felix before it’s too late.
In addition, Microsoft and Twisted Pixel announced that its combat motorcycle racing game Lococycle will launch alongside the Xbox One in November.
German and U.S. Heavy Tanks Storm the Battlefield in World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition
In addition to all the exciting Xbox One reveals, Microsoft Studios and Wargaming.net introduced new Tier VII and Tier VIII Heavy tanks in the eagerly anticipated Xbox 360 exclusive, World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition. The German and U.S. modelled Heavy tanks are among the most powerful tanks in the game and one of many class models players can expect to see in this free-to-play with Gold title which will be released later this year. Microsoft Studios and Wargaming.net also announced the expansion of the game’s beta to European regions. Fans in the U.S., Canada, and now Europe can register for the beta here: www.WorldofTanks.com/xbox.