Months away from E3 2014, Microsoft is already generating buzz by teasing the Xbox One will have a huge outing at this year’s show. Microsoft Studios boss Phil Spencer took to Twitter revealing that the company’s 90-minute time slot will be filled with major announcements, debuts, and special reveals.
“We are already over our 90 minute time limit and having to move stuff out of show. There are other places for us to announce things at E3. Day 2, 3, etc. Show things on the floor.”
Spencer also mentioned Microsoft was working with an acclaimed Japanese developer to create an Xbox One game during its appearance at GDC 2014—hinting the 2014 Tokyo Game Show will showcase something sure to capture the interest of Japanese Xbox One owners. Sounds promising.
Some of the major titles already being discussed to appear during Microsoft’s E3 conference are Assassin’s Creed: Unity, Halo 5, the next Call of Duty game, and Epic Games new IP.
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