Following Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, the next title to appear on stage was the Xbox exclusive, Forza Horizon 2. Forza Horizon 2 was announced last week for Xbox 360 and Xbox One, with Playground Games developing the title for Xbox One and Sumo Digital the Xbox 360 version.
The game's creative director, Ralph Fulton, got up on stage to reveal more details on the title as well as a new trailer. Fulton has confirmed that players will be able to get access to over 200 cars and create clubs of up to 1000 members. In addition, the title will feature day-night cycles and dynamic weather, all while running at 1080p.
Forza Horizon 2 will be availble for Xbox One and Xbox 360 on the 30th of September.