Head of Xbox Phil Spencer Teases Plans for the Upcoming E3 Conference

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Video game executives are already setting up their game plans within the company for the upcoming E3 conference this Summer. Phil Spencer, the Head of Xbox, has been teasing fans and loyal followers on Twitter their strategy for the highly anticipated video game convention. Taking to Twitter, Spencer wanted everyone to know that games will be the main focus this year and there won’t be a huge rush on getting things done, but not necessarily in the way you might be thinking. It’s a claim toward quality versus quantity:

Plenty of people are asking about a reveal for Project Scorpio and if the public will be seeing any hints and mentions of it during the E3 conference. Of course, any of those details under wraps and it will certainly be a surprise on their part. According to several sources and reports, the new console will be showing a little shoulder at one of the biggest gaming events in the world. In fact, Microsoft announced a date and time they will have their chance at the spotlight during E3 with a background image of internal hardware of Project Scorpio. The briefing will take place on Sunday, June 11th, 2017 in the afternoon. Based on the Tweet above, perhaps most of the time will be spent talking and discussing game ideas and plans rather than the console itself.

What are you looking forward to the most when it comes to Xbox and Microsoft? Are you anticipating the debut of Project Scorpio? Feel free to let us know in the comments section below or begin your own conversation on Don’t Feed the Gamers Disqus channel! To stay up to date on the latest news in the gaming world, follow us on Facebook and Twitter!

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