E3 2018 is officially underway, kicking off a week of announcements and trailers from the world's biggest game publishers. Microsoft is set to host its media briefing on June 10, where the firm is expected to outline upcoming games, hardware, and other Xbox-related products.
Preparations are underway ahead of its showcase, with the final rehearsal now wrapped according to Xbox head, Phil Spencer. Posting to Twitter from the E3 stage, Spencer has confirmed 15 new games will be premiered during the show, alongside "much, much more."
While leaks are common practice leading up to E3 press conferences, Microsoft has kept details on this year's show locked down. While in previous years, entire show schedules have surfaced online, we're yet reliable information on any major announcements.
The Microsoft press conference is set for 4 PM ET / 9 PM BST on June 10, through the official Xbox Mixer channel. For those unable to watch, timely written coverage can also be found at Windows Central.
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