Microsoft E3 Press Briefing of 2017 Moved to Sunday
Feb 16, 2017 02:09 PM EST
Microsoft has decided to reveal the time and date of their press briefing for E3. This Sunday, they will be talking about their plans including the Scorpio and more.
For many gamers across the globe, E3 is a momentous occasion, bringing in the latest updates and revealing the newest and most innovative of gaming technology. Like looking into the future, E3 is one of those expos where it was so popular that only a select few were allowed entry. Now that E3 2017 has been opened to the public, people are thirsting to be the first to get the latest updates regardless of when the press briefings are moved.
According to Polygon, the schedule was moved to June 11 at 2 P.M. This particular time is for Microsoft's press briefing the Sunday of E3 2017, which is something that the company has never done before. In most cases, the company is often prepared for the press briefing with no delay in schedule, but perhaps the reason for the movement of the time and date is because they may have a lot to talk about for the coming year and the upcoming projects that they have been working on.
It seems clear, however, that there will be something heavy to be shared to the fans, as the company has made a few announcements to those that have been following them on Twitter or other various forms of social media. Microsoft will be holding their position at the Galen Center in Los Angeles, California in a 10,000-seat arena on the University of South Carolina, for E3 2017 this Sunday.
IGN reports that this year, Microsoft is planning to reveal more than just the Xbox One S. For E3 2017, the press briefing they are having this Sunday will be a literal game changer as they talk and reveal more about Project Scorpio, their company's console upgrade. There have been reports of it floating around before, some of which were leaked via PDF file, but the press briefing this Sunday may show the company coming clean with more information about their project that had been worked on away from the public eye. To psyche up fans even more, a few hundred lucky fans are invited to attend the press briefing, where an Xbox developer recently called the project a full-blown next-gen machine.