If you’re hoping to catch all the details from E3 but can’t attend the big yearly gaming event, don’t worry. Microsoft has you covered.
The company has announced today that its 90-minute E3 Xbox 360 briefing, which will take place Monday June 4th at 12:30 PM EDT, will air simultaneously on both Spike TV and streaming through Xbox Live. This marks the first time that the company will be using the game console as a primary viewing option for a live press conference, this one titled “Xbox: Entertainment Evolved”.
Now it’s just a matter of figuring out what will be shown. Microsoft is likely to unveil some new things for Xbox 360, including its Sesame Street interactive channel and a few games. Of course we dare not forget Halo 4 which is set to drop at retail on November 6, just in time for a ridiculously packed holiday season.
We’ll provide full details from the press event as they happen right here at Prima. Hopefully we’ll see some big game announcements and not just stuff that’s set up for the casual players. Remember, Microsoft, gamers like your system too. How about some more Gears of War?