It looks like it is going to be an exciting time for Xbox One owners during the busy E3 2014 period. The annual event doesn’t start until June this Summer, but Microsoft are already teasing big things by suggesting that they have no more room to squeeze in material for their press conference.
We can confirm that out of the 90 minutes allowed, Microsoft’s E3 2014 press conference will make full use of the 90 minutes. Microsoft’s Phil Spencer has even confirmed that their keynote this year will feature less talk from execs and aim to focus fully on the games.
This is great to hear for those that just want to see game reveals and nothing else – we’re hoping along the same lines as the Killer Instinct reveal last year. Spencer has also revealed that they’ve had to take some content out of their conference as they cannot fit it into the 90 minute time frame.
@PotentialyGreat Yes, I think you'll see very few execs. We are already over our 90 minute time limit and having to move stuff out of show.
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) March 21, 2014
It’s a pleasant problem for Microsoft to have and obviously good news for the gamer. It’s also refreshing to see that Microsoft appear to be finalizing their E3 2014 keynote well in advance, so they must have a clear idea of what games are already going to be the highlight in June.
Sony and Nintendo will be plotting their own E3 press conferences we expect too so we can’t wait to see what happens in June. E3 2014 will start on June 10 and last two days until June 12 – let us know your expectations for all of the press conferences and whether you think Microsoft can come back strong after the DRM saga last year.