Xbox One and games playable at Eurogamer Expo 2013

Plus: Phil Harrison to present exclusive developer session.

Go hands-on with Forza 5 at the Expo.

Come on, you knew we'd have both! We're very happy today to finally let you know that Xbox One will be playable at the Eurogamer Expo this year.

Visitors to the show will be able to check out a bunch of games from the launch line-up, going hands-on with Forza Motorsport 5, Ryse: Son of Rome, Killer Instinct, Kinect Sports Rivals and Project Spark. A theatre demo of Dead Rising 3 will also be available for attendees.

Not only that, but Microsoft corporate vice president Phil Harrison will present an exclusive Xbox One presentation, kicking off the Eurogamer Expo developer session schedule at 12pm BST on Thursday 26th September. The session will also be streamed online on the Eurogamer YouTube channel.

In addition to the games Microsoft will have available to sample, many third-party publishers and developers are visiting the show with their next-gen titles, and they will also be a big focus for the rest of the developer sessions schedule, which should be announced shortly.

The Eurogamer Expo takes place at Earls Court, London, from 26th to 29th September this year and tickets are now completely sold out. If you're going, you'll be able to go hands-on with both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 for the first time in the UK and try out tons of upcoming games.

There's much more information on all this year's attractions over on the Eurogamer Expo website. Hopefully we'll see you there later this month!

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