Crytek doing exclusive Xbox 360 game

Kingdoms shown during conference.

Microsoft has announced that Crytek is developing a new exclusive game for Xbox 360 codenamed Kingdoms.

"I'm thrilled to announce an exclusive title from a leading industry developer," said Microsoft's Phil Spencer, introducing the game during Microsoft's E3 conference on Monday.

A trailer followed showing a barren, burnt landscape. A gladiator wandered across it "looking a bit grumpy" according to our reporters on the ground. Blood dripped off his sword.

We'll have more on the game codenamed Kingdoms when there's more on the game codenamed Kingdoms.

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