The studio behind Marvel's Avengers will be working on the upcoming spy thriller which is still early in development at this time.
With E3 2021 officially over, let's take a look back at all of the announcements that flopped along with a few others that angered fans.
Multiple upcoming first party Xbox games are currently scheduled for 2023 launches, according to GamesBeat journalist Jeff Grubb.
Three of Xbox's biggest exclusives could be even further off than initially believed.
Titles like Jetpac Refuelled and the Viva Pinata games even have touch controls.
From hotly anticipated sequels to new IPs, here are some single-player titles to look forward to.
Drew Murray is departing from Xbox's youngest first party studio.
Joanna Dark is making her long-awaited return on Xbox.
GamesBeat's Jeff Grubb draws a comparison to Apex Legends and Titanfall.
A return to Rare's shooter franchise is allegedly what the new studio is working on.
Rumours have suggested that the studio is working on a Perfect Dark revival.
"Sorry to get your hopes up," says Xbox marketing GM Aaron Greenberg.
Classics, but not timeless.
The future looks bright for Microsoft's first party output.
Contemporary games could do with some of these mechanics being brought back.
A new Perfect Dark? Forza Horizon 4 in Japan? Fable 4 actually happening? Say it is so!
Troubled development, indeed.
Rare's oldest, greatest, quirkiest and coolest games are on offer for a low, low price. And it's glorious.
Plus, a Banjo Kazooie and Perfect Dark revival may be headed our way.