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    At E3 2017, we went hands-on with The Darwin Project, an upcoming competitive action game for Xbox One and Windows 10.
    Microsoft demonstrated The Darwin Project with an extended trailer at its E3 2017 conference, detailing the game's Battle Royale-style gameplay, complete with influences from The Running Man and The Hunger Games.
    What really caught my eye about The Darwin Project is its planned integration with Mixer, which will allow viewers of the game on Microsoft's streaming service to potentially interfere directly with matches they're watching.
    During my hands-on session, I discovered a game that is already steeped with polish and great mechanics, despite only being in development for around nine months. This is one ID@Xbox game worth keeping your eye on. Here's why.

    Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...
    06-27-2017 07:10 AM

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