Microsoft make 'positive changes' for Xbox at E3 this year

Xbox E3 2018 briefing will be different this year, Microsoft is making 'some positive changes'

Published Tue, Jan 16 2018 11:34 PM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:52 AM CST

Microsoft is aiming for a big E3 2018 this year, with the company already discussing the event 5 months out.

Microsoft make 'positive changes' for Xbox at E3 this year |

Xbox boss Phil Spencer was on Major Nelson's latest podcast where he talked about E3 this year, and said that there will be some "changes". Spencer said: "I don't think we've talked about yet, but I think will be some positive changes at E3. Could be fun for us; it'll be a nice change".

One of the positive changes we could expect is a PlayStation Now-like service that Microsoft is reportedly working on, with E3 2018 being the perfect spotlight for that.


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