On stage at its E3 2017 briefing, Microsoft garnered quite the response by announcing that a total of 22 new console-exclusive games are coming to the Xbox One platform. That's from a total of 42 new games that the company is showing off on stage as part of the presentation.
For a console platform that has garnered its fair share of criticism concerning a lack of exclusives, this is sure to be good news for Xbox fans. Of course, this comes on the heels of the reveal of the new Xbox One X, Microsoft's most powerful console ever.
One of the exclusives already revealed on stage is, of course, Forza Motorsport 7, which runs in 4k at an astounding 60 frames per second. We'll bring you more on the big announcements and exclusives, so keep it locked to Windows Central for all of your Microsoft E3 2017 news.
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