In just over 16 hours, Microsoft will be taking the stage here in Los Angeles to kick off E3 2014, aka the biggest thing in gaming, ever. If you've never seen Microsoft's E3 announcements, well, you're in for a treat. The company takes over the Galen Center for 90 minutes or so and delivers announcements for Xbox 360, Xbox One, Kinect, new games, new technologies and improvements to their services. Of all the press events, the Microsoft E3 one is the most extravagant.
Myself, Sam Sabri and Mark Guim are here to bring you all the latest news from E3 this week, including covering Microsoft's announcement. Here's what you need to know.
- Time – Monday at 9:30 AM PT /12:30 PM ET / 5:30 PM GMT
- Where to watch - Watch the Live Stream right on your Xbox, Windows 8 device or Windows Phone by downloading this app from the Store. It will also be televised live on Spike TV.
- Our Live Blog – You bookmark that here www.wpcentral.com/e3-2014-liveblog
What will Microsoft announce? Our gaming editor Paul Acevedo has some ideas, which you can read about here, but at the end of the day, it's a surprise for all of us.
What are you hoping gets announced? Let us know in comments.
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