By incorporating Television features, Xbox One has been designed to be an all-purpose entertainment device as well as a gaming console, with an innovative BluRay drive and the expertise to assimilate live TV features.
Its state-of-the-art Kinect motion and voice-regulator plays an essential part in maneuvering the console, with enhanced voice recognition and an improved camera that ensures precision based motion control. Microsoft boasts that the camera is so responsive that it can precisely find out the heart rate of a player.The first one is a world-building game named ‘Project Spark’, which will allow customers to put together their gameplay by speaking commands to the Xbox One, like ‘Show me cars,’ and available cars models would eventually appear on the ground. Gamers can also outline the ground that they might want to play for by using a tablet operating on Microsoft's SmartGlass applications.
Some of the newest gaming titles being added to the Xbox One console are open world shooter Insomniac, Killer Instinct and Quantum Break. A new Halo gaming label is also due to be made for next year. Ryse: Son of Rome, a new gaming franchise was also revealed at the event, along with a much improved interlude to Dead Rising.
Players will also be able to take, edit, and upload videos games directly from the console and televise their gameplay live on Skype and Twitch. In spite of all the hype surrounding Xbox One, Microsoft has plans to continuing the Xbox 360 model, with a newer and slimmer prototype being displayed at the expo. The company also aims to lure more subscribers to its finest online service, Xbox Live Gold, by allowing them two free game downloads per month in the upcoming weeks as Xbox One prepares to go on sale. Other prominent changes to the Xbox Live service will include the addition of real currency replacing Microsoft Points system that were previously used by gamers to pay for buying new games and other downloads.