Microsoft is planning its "biggest presence ever" for Xbox at E3, Sunday Showcase times set

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As E3 2019 is now less than two months away, Microsoft has just shared its plans for the event and they’re consistent with Xbox’s head Phil Spencer previous statement about “going big” this year. “From our briefing to our fan events, the Xbox Experience to the Xbox Official Gear Shop, this will be our biggest E3 presence ever,” the company said today.

First of all, Microsoft’s E3 press briefing will be on Sunday, June 9 at 1 p.m. PDT. Just like last year, Microsoft will offer free “MixPot” digital rewards to those who watch the event live on the company’s Mixer service. “During the briefing, you’ll have a chance to check out everything from trailers for unannounced titles coming in 2019 and beyond to in-depth looks at previously announced games,” the company said today. We expect to learn more about Project xCloud, Gears 5, Halo Infinite, as well as the new RPG that Forza Horizon 4 developer Playground Games is currently working on.

In addition to the E3 press conference on Sunday, there will also be an special Inside Xbox Episode on Monday, June 10 at 3 p.m. PDT. Microsoft is teasing “exclusive announcements, game demos, interviews, and more” during the show, and this should guarantee that Xbox will remain part of the conversation during the annual trade show.

E3 2019 will be open to the public from Tuesday through Thursday, and attendees will be able to enjoy The Xbox Experience at The Microsoft Theater and the Xbox Plaza at LA Live. Microsoft announced 100 gameplay stations, a “massive” Xbox Official Gear Shop, as well as a Mixer Dome for game streaming enthusiasts. Xbox FanFest will also make a come back at E3, and Microsoft will share more details during Inside Xbox later today. Tune in to the livestream at 2 p.m. PDT on Mixer if you want learn more earn another exclusive MixPot.

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