It’s no secret that the Xbox One reveal didn’t go smoothly for Microsoft. Gamers came away concerned over issues ranging from the console’s policy on used games and privacy issues over a Kinect that is always watching users even when the Xbox One itself is powered down. Microsoft will have a chance to clarify these concerns during their media briefing at this year’s E3 event, which the company began counting down to on May 31 via Major Nelson’s blog.
Additionally, Microsoft has announced that gamers will be able to watch the official, 90 minute long briefing as it streams over Xbox Live. Additionally, the event will be broadcast live on Spike TV without commercial interruptions. The remainder of that week will also feature hourly shows, over Xbox Live, from Microsoft’s Major Nelson to provide a rundown of E3 news.
Microsoft recently revealed the Xbox One to the world. The next-generation console will come with the Kinect 2.0, which is required for the Xbox One to even turn on.
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