Electronic Arts' sports division currently has four games in the works for Microsoft's new console, including FIFA 14.
EA Sports' Andrew Wilson took to the stage during today's Xbox One reveal, announcing the new titles would be the start of a new "broad strategic partnership" between Microsoft and EA, a deal that will be detailed over the coming months.
Wilson confirmed four titles are heading to Xbox One, including FIFA 14, Madden 25, NBA Live 14 and a new UFC title.
All four will be powered by the new Ignite engine, which Wilson said allows developers to create "living worlds", utilise "true motion capture" and offer NPC players with "human-like intelligence".
EA Sports titles will also use Xbox Live to provide gamers with a daily stream of new content, as well as exclusive content for the hugely popular FIFA 14 Ultimate Team.