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Wednesday, 07 May 2014 07:40

Microsoft confirms E3 presser plans

Written by David Stellmack

Claims more games and no suits this time

Microsoft has confirmed that they will once again be leading off the E3 press conferences with their Xbox: Game On event that will take place Monday June 9th. Microsoft is promising this time around that they will have more games and fewer suits.

They will be providing in-depth looks a previously announced titles as well as announcing new titles from both new and existing franchises that will be released in 2014 and beyond. While not officially confirmed yet, it is believed that a full reveal of the new Halo will be part of the event as well as a playable in-depth look at the upcoming Sunset Overdrive by Insomniac which is an Xbox exclusive.

The event will be streamed live over the Internet starting with a pre-show coverage at 5pm PDT. Coverage will be available on Xbox.Com and Xbox Live on your Xbox console. In addition you can watch the entire thing on Spike TV just like last year.

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