With E3 right around the corner, Microsoft is full steam ahead when it comes to the recently announced Xbox One. Despite a lengthy one-hour reveal last month, there are still plenty of questions surrounding the new console — and that's mostly because they didn't show off many games. Well, all that should change come E3, where Microsoft has promised games, games, games.
The 30-second teaser gives us a good idea for the type of coverage Microsoft will provide during the Electronic Entertainment Expo: exclusive content, Xbox Live developer interviews, and a look at some of the 15 exclusive Xbox One games. Over $1 billion have been spent on Xbox One exclusives; it's time for Microsoft to bring out the big guns.
Microsoft will be broadcasting live daily coverage from the E3 show floor between June 11-13 at 7:00pm ET. Additionally, the console maker will be hosting an E3 media briefing on June 10th at 12:30pm ET/9:30 am PT. Expect the bulk of new announcements to come during this briefing.