Phil Spencer Talks E3; Will Focus on Xbox and PC; Interesting changes Coming


Microsoft had a pretty good E3 last year, with a great press conference. Xbox Boss Phil Spencer has sent out some tweets for E3 2015, stating that it will be even better than before.

Spencer mentions that there will be some interesting changes at E3 this year.

Asked whether there will be any PC talk at E3 or mainly focus on Xbox, Phil Spencer replied that they will have some of both, something that is quite exciting to hear.

Spencer, explains that he believes this year is going to be better than the great briefing that the company had last year, because of stronger content.

Phil Spencer has already mentioned that E3 2015 will be more about first party titles than past E3s and that they should have a new exclusive IP reveal at the event. This year there will be more gameplay demonstrations than CGI trailers. There will also be more Xbox-PC cross-play announcements.

With Rise of the Tomb Raider, new titles from Rare, Forza 6, Crackdown, Gears of War and many others, Microsoft will have an exciting E3

It's certainly exciting to see what Microsoft has in store for E3 2015, and with less than two months away, it's a pretty exciting time for both Xbox and PC gamers.

With a potential Gears of War for the Xbox one reveal coming, as well as some interesting surprises from Rare, and even some Crackdown gameplay, E3 2015 is looking quite exciting for Microsoft. The Rise of the Tomb Raider is sure to have a strong presence with some game play demonstration. The new Forzatech engine and Forza Motorsport 6 are sure to impress, and surely some DX12 supported games are bound to make an appearance as well. There will be plenty more surprises from Microsoft in what will surely be one very exciting media briefing for both Xbox and PC gamers.

We will bring you any new information from Microsoft as soon as it becomes available. E3 2015 will be held on June 16-18 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Be sure to check out our previous Microsoft coverage for more information, here and here.