Microsoft’s Phil Spencer Reveals Length Of E3 2016 Conference, Loves The “Passion” For Banjo-Kazooie

Francesco De Meo
Posted May 25, 2016
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Microsoft’s Phil Spencer is definitely one of the more approachable individuals of the video games industry, often answering fans questions on Twitter and social media. A few hours ago, the Xbox’s head has answered a couple of questions regarding the immediate future and a beloved series that has been away from the spotlight for quite some time.

With the E3 2016 quickly approaching, players all over the world are getting excited for all the announcements that will come during the event. Details on the Microsoft conference are scarce at the moment, obviously, but a few hours ago, Phil Spencer confirmed that the Microsoft E3 2016 Conference will be 90 minutes long, 90 minutes that will definitely be exciting for those who prefer playing games on PC and Xbox One.

As mentioned above, Phil Spencer has recently talked about a beloved series that hasn’t seen a new entry in a long time. A dedicated fan has asked the Xbox head about a return of the Banjo-Kazooie series, originally developed by Rare. Phil Spencer has revealed his love for the passion gamers have for the series, but also mentioned that Rare is kind of busy right now. The door hasn’t been closed completely, judging from this answer, so who knows what it may happen once Rare is done with its current projects.

Phil Spencer also took the time to answer a question regarding the next Xbox One preview update, which will introduce a variety of new features such as background music and more. The new preview update, which has yet to be precisely dated, is still scheduled for this Summer, so we will definitely hear more about the matter soon enough.

With the E3 2016 getting very close, more announcements regarding the future Xbox One and Windows 10 games will be coming very soon. We will keep you updated on them as soon as more comes in, so stay tuned for all the latest video games news.

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