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Tuesday, 25 March 2014 08:18

E3 presentation to last 90 minutes

Written by David Stellmack

Microsoft having trouble fitting it all in

Microsoft is already getting prepared for E3 in June. Word is that the company has already decided according to Phil Spencer that the E3 presentation will last 90 minutes and they are having issues trying to fit everything in that 90 minutes.

The word is that Microsoft is planning few exclusives for the E3 presentation and some stuff will have to be left out to make the 90 minute time limit. The good news is however that the focus will be on games at E3 which is what everyone wants to see for the Xbox One. Word is that this year the presentation will not feature many exec which is because there are not many of them left on the Xbox side of the house.

One thing we do know for sure is that we will be hearing more at E3 about Halo 5 and the new Halo TV series. It is also rumored from a number of sources that Microsoft is likely to confirm Halo 2 Anniversary for the Xbox One for this fall. We also expect that Microsoft will officially confirm that Halo 5 will not arrive till fall of 2015.

E3 will take place in LA on June 10th thru the 12th. Microsoft’s presentation is likely to again be one of the first this year with Microsoft taking the stage on June 10th in their normal off site press briefing.

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