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The first one, on Xbox 360. Which will be available via backwards compatibility alongside Mirror's Edge. Also the first one. On the Xbox One front there's the indie title Earthlock: Festival of Magic, which actually looks very cool. That'll be joined during the back half of September by the 2.5D action of Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China.

Here's a peak at the line-up.


Probably the most interesting addition is Earthlock: Festival of Magic which is making it's console debut on the Xbox One before hitting PS4 and Wii U at a later date. It'll also be available on PC from September 1. Check it out.




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