Xbox E3 2019 Showcases Boasts 14 First-Party Game Reveals

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This year, E3 kicks off on June 11th and continues until June 13th. With less than two weeks away from the grand developers showcase, studios are operating at maximum efficiency to check off their to-do list and prepare for one of the biggest games industry events of  year. Companies like Xbox are finishing up the final touches to their presentations and, according to head of Xbox Phil Spencer, there are tons of surprises in store.

Taking to Twitter, Spencer announced that the team recently completed the final rehearsal for their E3 2019 briefing. It won’t be a flashy on-stage show for fans across the world, gamers sitting in the comfort of their own home will see the product of their hard work. According to Spencer, the team will show off 14 first-party titles from the Xbox Game Studio. Check it out:

Obviously, fans are plenty impressed. Past years, it seemed the studio seemed more focus on bringing third-party games to the platform. While that’s not bad by any means, since it brings about diversity to the console, but that means the platform will maintain relevance, and owners of Xbox console want their loyalty to hold some semblance of significance. Furthermore, playing a hit title months are it has already launched sucks if you can’t afford another console or a hulking PC.

Either way, Spencer’s announcement comes with a wave of relief for Xbox fans. Fourteen games? You’re spoiling us. Do you hope Xbox continues onward toward the trend of more first-party video games, or focus on a hybrid of that and third-party titles? Any guesses as to what Xbox plans to announce? Let us know what you think in the comments section below or start a conversation on Don’t Feed the Gamers Facebook page. To stay up to date on gaming and entertainment news as it happens, follow us on Twitter! Here are some of our latest:

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