Microsoft started out classy, with head honcho Phil Spencer naming Sony and Nintendo, and pointing out they were all united in the goal of making fans excited. Getting down to brass tacks, however, they revealed exclusive content/ time exclusivity on several multiplatform games.
Microsoft has announced Forza Horizon 2, the next installment in their flagship racing series. Forza Horizon 2 is in development for Xbox One and Xbox 360 and due for release this fall. The racer follows 2012 franchise spinoff Forza Horizon for Xbox 360 and 2013’s frontline Xbox One launch game Forza Motorsport 5. Development is being handled primarily by Horizon 1 studio Playground Games, though the team is collaborating closely with the Motorsport team at Turn 10 Studios; the two teams share a technology pipeline as well as select key personnel.