What you need to know
- Microsoft's E3 2019 media briefing takes place on June 9.
- According to a report, Halo Infinite gameplay will be showcased.
- Project xCloud is also rumored to be more powerful than Google Stadia.
Microsoft's E3 2019 media briefing is only a few days away, but it seems like certain aspects of the show may have leaked. According to a report by Brad Sams on Thurrott, the company will finally showcase Halo Infinite gameplay, and discuss its Project xCloud game streaming service.
While we haven't heard anything concrete about Project xCloud being showcased during E3 2019 or how it's supposedly is more powerful than Google Stadia, we can confirm that Halo Infinite will be part of the show. Sams said the following when discussing the reveals.
While Microsoft may not provide exact specifications for Project xCloud, the company should make it clear that it's more powerful than Google Stadia. However, only time will tell as to how the company wants to approach the reveal.
What are you looking forward to most from Microsoft's media briefing on June 9? Let us know. Hopefully Halo Infinite will be confirmed as an open-world game that lets you explore an entire Halo ring. That's what we all want more than anything else.
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