Microsoft will skip the E3 showcase but will co-stream the Xbox game show as part of E3 Digital

Microsoft confirmed that it won’t be at E3 this year, but gave continued support saying it will broadcast the Xbox game show as part of E3 Digital. (via IGN)

“We look forward to hosting the Xbox Game Show on June 11 and will share more details later,” a Microsoft spokesperson said. IGN. “We also look forward to co-broadcasting our event as part of E3 Digital and it will not be shown at E3.”

News confirms Phil Spencer’s Xbox lead words saying that Microsoft will continue to support the Entertainment Software Association despite previous reports that the company would not physically attend the event.

“Xbox is on the ESA board of directors, and I think a successful and healthy ESA presence is critical to what we’re trying to do,” Spencer said at the time. “So we’re positioning our bid, as we’ve always done, at a time when we hope it will be convenient for the press and even consumers heading into the E3 event, and that’s what we’re trying to do now. We’ll continue to work with the ESA on their plans. As I said, we’re part of the board and want to Making sure we do everything we can to contribute to the success of E3.

As mentioned, Microsoft plans to showcase Xbox games near the E3 event. This must be done before Developer_Direct is dedicated to Starfield on June 11th. In the meantime, it is already certain that Nintendo and Sony will not be participating in the event. The former has already confirmed this, while Sony’s reported conflict with the European Space Agency ensures that the company will ignore it again, which began in 2019.

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