E3, or the Electronic Entertainment Expo to give it its full title, once again returns to Los Angeles, California for 2015. One of the world's most important events for the video game industry, 2015 will see a big presence from Microsoft along with a bunch of other AAA game studios.
Bethesda opened the event with its first ever E3 presentation, launching some hot new titles as well as showing off the hotly anticipated Fallout 4 for the very first time.
The Microsoft #XboxE3 briefing takes place on June 15 at 9.30 a.m. local time and it's set to be the biggest one yet. Windows 10, HoloLens and a whole host of exclusive game news from the likes of Halo 5, Forza 6 and more are expected to be a part of the presentation.
Beyond this the video game world's biggest and best are on hand. EA and Square Enix are but two others holding big events, and that's before we even get to the show floor.
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E3 2023 is officially coming back, as the ESA is partnering with ReedPop to focus on an in-person event for the first time in three years.
E3 2022 is reportedly canceled, with the ESA failing to put together an online event months after confirming that no in-person event would be held.
E3 2022, like the two prior E3 events, will be an online-only function, due to growing concerns over the spread of the Omicron variant.
At E3 2019, I went hands-on with Project xCloud, Microsoft's upcoming game streaming service. And I feel like I've glimpsed the future.
Microsoft casually dropped a huge new detail for its Project xCloud service, and it's going to be a very big deal for many.
At E3 2019, the biggest surprise for me wasn't Gears, Halo, or even Keanu Reeves (but okay, that was a pretty big surprise). Instead, it was Minecraft Dungeons. Here's why.
Bleeding Edge is an upcoming arena brawler from Ninja Theory, the developers of Hellblade and DmC: Devil May Cry. We got to go hands-on with the game, and speak to one of Bleeding Edge's directors to learn more about this intriguing title.
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