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Outside Xbox investigates The Division

And Mike goes nuts for Forza Motorsport 5.

Hello Eurogamers! We picked you in the internet Secret Santa draw (shh), so we got you this selection of the week's videos on Outside Xbox. We hope you like it, it was this or socks.

The Spike VGX awards are tonight. I know, has it really been a year? Even if you care not at all for gaming's noisiest awards ceremony, they are worth keeping an eye on for new gameplay demos of big upcoming games.

Tonight's event will include Dying Light, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Quantum Break and a fresh look at Tom Clancy's The Division, showing off its new Snowdrop engine. In readiness, Show of the Week investigates The Division and the things that make a Tom Clancy game a Tom Clancy game, such as acronyms and gruffness:

Cover image for YouTube videoShow of the Week: The Division and 5 Things Tom Clancy Games Love Best

Tom Clancy's The Division launches in late 2014. It's joined in the next-gen pipeline by a bunch of Xbox One exclusives about which we know precious little. These enigmatic games include the aforementioned Quantum Break, Fable Legends, Halo 5 and Sunset Overdrive. Watch on to find out what we do know about the eight most mysterious impending Xbox One exclusives:

Cover image for YouTube video8 Xbox One Exclusives We Know Almost Nothing About

Finally this week, as a festive treat for Mike, we let him make a video about the motorsport knitty gritty of Forza 5. He bothered Forza Motorsport 5 creative director Dan Greenawalt with really specific questions on the game's racing cars and circuits. Hit play for car nerd heaven:

Cover image for YouTube videoForza 5: A Motorsport Fan's Guide

For more, including video producer James's verdict on State of Decay's Breakdown DLC, check out outsidexbox.com, or subscribe to our YouTube channel to never miss a video. See you next week!