This year's Electronic Entertainment Expo is going to happen on June 13 to 15 in Los Angeles, and industry leader Microsoft has already revealed some of its plans - much to the excitement of its fans.
According to Gamespot, Microsoft will be breaking its E3 tradition of having its briefing on Mondays of the E3 week.
Microsoft will of course showcase their popular Xbox consoles during the event. This has been announced by Xbox marketing manager Aaron Greenberg via his official twitter page. Greenberg, however, did not provide any other details but only told fans that they will share more about it soon. It will be on Sunday, June 11, and will start at 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET.
Xbox Project Scorpio. The Xbox Project Scorpio was at the E3 2016 with the Xbox One S. Scorpio is set to be more powerful than the PlayStation 4 Pro and will allegedly sport an AMD Vega GPU with six teraflops of processing power.
The video game community-focused gathering will be the best way to release the Xbox Scorpio. It is possible that the tech company would reveal a little bit more about Project Scorpio because as of now, little is known about the project, and this briefing would be ideal to reveal the real name of Project Scorpio along with its exact release date, specs and price.
Responding to a fan who asked him this very question on Twitter, Xbox boss Phil Spencer said that he is "confident" of what Microsoft has to show at E3 this year, while at the same time also apologizing to European viewers, for whom the Xbox stream will now be too late in the night. This could mean that Microsoft could be planning to reveal more details about the Project Scorpio during its press briefing this year.
(Twitter/Xbox) Microsoft reveals the schedule of the Xbox press briefing for E3 2017.