Ori and the Blind Forest for holidays, Goat Simulator, SMITE, more via ID@Xbox

Microsoft touched upon some of the independent offerings coming to Xbox One through its ID@Xbox incentive. Along with Ori and the Blind Forest getting a release date, the firm announced one million-seller Goat Simulator and other indie favorites are heading to the console during gamescom.

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