Microsoft Exec: Xbox One E3 to Take a “Different Approach;” Expect Lots of Talk About Games

on February 21, 2015 5:46 PM

E3 isn’t too far away, it’s only a few short months until the summer show dazzles gamers with all the goodies they can look forward to.

Microsoft will once again be taking on the show this year and have a few surprises in store for those who have an interest in the expo.

In a recent interview with The Inner Circle Podcast Xbox’s Aaron Greenberg spoke out on what fans can expect from Microsoft at this year’s E3 show and it sounds like Microsoft are looking to mix it up a little.

We love E3, it’s a fantastic time for us to get to engage with our fans and we save a lot of big news for E3 and I think our fans want that and so we always debate how much should we reveal before E3, because you want to create this special moment in time and it’s like the Super Bowl of gaming.

The likeable executive goes on to say that players should be happy with what the firm will have on show in terms of games and even hopes to bring in some new players who’ve yet to invest in the Xbox One.

Expect a lot of surprises, expect us to talk a lot about games and if you’re an Xbox owner I think you’re gonna leave really, really, really happy in the investment you made and if you’re undecided we hope that you’ll look at what we deliver on games and want to buy an Xbox.

Greenberg then teases that we should expect something a little different this year as Microsoft are working on a different approach to this year’s show.

We’re already working and and my teams actually driving a lot of the work there in close partnership with our other internal teams and we feel really good about this year. We have some ideas to some things different at E3 this year that we haven’t done before so wait until we’re really ready to fully show that but I think we’re gonna take a little bit of a different approach to E3 this year and I feel really excited about it.

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