Microsoft Have Apparently Been working On Their E3 2016 Show Since December 2015
Looks like Microsoft are taking E3 this year seriously.
Microsoft have been known for putting up generally good and satisfactory E3 showings over the last few years, which is a remarkable turnaround from the disastrous few shows they had between 2010 and 2014. And apparently, they are taking their E3 presence this year very seriously, too- as revealed by Digital Storytelling Lead Jeff Rubenstein during the latest episode of Director of Xbox Programming Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb’s podcast, Microsoft have been working on their E3 show for 2016 since at least December last year.
This should give a lot of hope to Xbox fans- it implies that Microsoft apparently have quite a few announcements and surprises up their sleeves, which is all that anyone wants. That, plus some extensive showings of games like Crackdown 3, Scalebound, ReCore, and Sea of Thieves, should be enough to make most Xbox One fans happy.
E3 2016 will be held next month- stay tuned to GamingBolt for all the latest and greatest information from the event.