Microsoft needs to kick off their E3 presence with a big bang this year if they want to keep the fans invested. With the Xbox Scorpio, they might have the right platform to do so as they peddle out a console that has enough hardware to give anyone a technolust boner. Hardware that will have some pretty decent software to give you some stiffware according to Xboss Phil Spencer.
Microsoft may be bringing some big first-party games to E3 for the launch of the Xbox Scorpio, according to Phil Spencer. While answering fans' questions on Twitter earlier, Spencer stated that having first-party games ready for the Scorpio's launch is "critical." @LosDreamss Having our 1P games ready for Scorpio is critical. — Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) ...]
Rumours about Destiny 2 being imminently revealed have been floating around for about a week now, and with Activision confirming the sequel would be hitting shelves this year back in February in their Fourth Quarter 2016 results, it's no surprise to finally see something official. Destiny 2 was announced a couple of hours ago (at time of writing) with a rather unceremoniously posted image on the official Destiny Twitter. Details on the sequel unfortunately end there, but E3 is fast approaching so we won't have long to wait until we find out what's next for the FPS MMO.
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Nintendo has big plans for this year's E3, according to Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aimé. At last year's E3, Nintendo didn't have much to show. The Switch was still kept under wraps, Pokémon Sun and Moon were on the horizon, most of the booth was dedicated to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the ...]
Microsoft is turning its focus back towards games for this year's E3. On Twitter, Xbox boss Phil Spencer promised that more of the company's stage time will be spent on games, rather than hardware, outside programs, or UI upgrades. @mosTears I want to give our games more time on stage at E3, I sometimes feel ...]
It may still be a few months until E3 comes about, but that doesn't mean Nintendo can't start bragging about it ahead of time.
According to Reggie Fils-Aime, president of Nintendo America, we can expect to see 'a big E3' this time around. With the Switch recently launched, that's hardly surprising, but an interview with Fox News over the weekend suggested that there'll be plenty of reveals to show off for both the Switch and 3DS come July. "E3 is always a big time for Nintendo. We look at each E3 as a unique opportunity to tell our story - and we're going to have a big E3 this year. We're going to be showcasing a variety of games, we'll have experiences for consumers (who'll be able to attend the show for the very first time), so I'm not going to tell you all of the various games and all of our little secrets for E3.