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Microsoft, NFL Unveil $400M Partnership; Headset Category Not Included
Published May 21, 2013
Microsoft also unveiled Xbox One, its next-generation gaming console. EA Sports participated in the launch event as part of a new strategic partnership between the publisher and Microsoft, and said it will develop upcoming versions of "FIFA," "Madden NFL," "NBA Live" and "UFC" for Xbox One over the next year, including exclusive content in the Ultimate Team mode of "FIFA 14."