Microsoft once again reiterated Friday its plan to focus on games for the Xbox One at E3. This time, director of programming Larry “Major Nelson” Hyrb made the claim that there would be no TV talk during the the console maker’s E3 presentation.
In response to a fan saying he’s not going to watch Microsoft’s E3 briefing if it spends the time talking about TVs and not games, Hyrb said, “I can confirm that we will have TV’s (or similar) on stage to show the games.That should be the extend [sic] of TV talk in your #E3.”
This follows Hyrb and his co-hosts on the Major Nelson podcast stating last week that the E3 conference was going to be “games, games, games” for the Xbox One.
Microsoft has endured much criticism from the gaming community since the Xbox One reveal on May 21 for it decision to focus almost entirely on the TV and other non-gaming entertainment aspects of the system. However, there was the promise of 15 new exclusives for the next-gen console including eight original IPs.
Quantum Break and Forza Motorsport 4 are the only games confirmed thus far but others were teased in an image that was snuck into Xbox One reveal.
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