Xbox’s last stand?
Let’s face it: Xbox had a rough few years with no big-deal exclusives and its heavy reliance on its Game Pass. It’s not bad, but it needed more to combat juggernauts like PlayStation and Nintendo.
This may change, as Xbox and Microsoft’s E3 2019 press conference, which is slated for 10 June at 4am GMT+8 this year (9 June 4pm ET), will feature “exclusive announcements, game demos, interviews, giveaways, and more.” There’s no word on whether the company will tease its new machine (codenamed Scarlet) but here’s hoping.
You can tune into the upcoming livestream of the conference on YouTube, Twitch, Twitter, and Facebook. Personally, more game announcements on the existing platform and some info on its upcoming next-gen/new version of its consoles will help make the brand a tad more relevant.