Xbox Head Shuts Down Absurd E3 Show Length Rumors
The Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, has mentioned in the past that this year’s E3 presentation would be the biggest yet. With Sony skipping the event this year, it wouldn’t be too much of a stretch to assume that this leaves Xbox open to have a longer presentation than usual with more content and goodies for fans to enjoy. Unfortunately, this also means more fodder for rumors.
The idea that the Xbox presentation would be as big as ever led to rumors for how long it would last ranging from a modest 2 hours, to a whopping 7 hours. When asked if these rumors are true, Spencer responded on Twitter by stating that he likes the traditional length of the company’s showing at E3. Spencer also stated that quality content is what will be the driving force of the presentation, indicating that there will be a plenty for fans to look forward to regardless of time constraints.
Yea, I like the length of our traditional show. Content will drive the length. Quality is the key.
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) March 31, 2019
Spencer’s Tweet doesn’t necessarily directly state that the show will be similar in length but it certainly was implied that the company will be trying to stick to their traditional time frame. Of course it is possible that with the focus on the content determining the length, it may go longer if necessary. If the company decides to bring out the full reveal of the next gen Xbox console, it’s hard to imagine that they’ll want to skimp on any details just to put it in the show. Whatever the case may be, fans are sure to see plenty of amazing stuff throughout the showcase.
E3 is set to be held from June 11th to June 14th this year at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California. Is there anything you’re hoping to see at Microsoft’s presentation at E3? What are you most excited to see, Halo Infinite perhaps? Let us know your thoughts on the upcoming Xbox E3 presentation and more in the comments section below. As always, don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.
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