PlayStation Wishes Xbox Good Luck For E3

Here’s hoping for a good E3 all around.

Posted By | On 11th, Jun. 2017 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605

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E3 is a time when all of our favorite companies hawk their wares, show off what exciting new stuff they have in the pipeline for all of us. However, it has also become something of a ‘battle’ in recent years- that’s why the term ‘winning E3’ has become so prevalent for instance.

So it’s nice to see companies getting along and exhibiting some sportsmanship, even as fanboys on all sides bare their claws in anticipation of an attack. Posting on Twitter, PlayStation wished Xbox ‘good luck’ for E3. It’s nice to hear that kind of a sentiment.

For those of you who are just tuning in, Microsoft will have their keynote later today (at 2pm PT), followed by Sony’s almost 24 hours later. Nintendo’s will follow on Tuesday morning. As always, you can stay tuned to GamingBolt to get all of the latest and greatest news, information, and footage from E3.

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  • heima

    Eh, fairplay is something that lately is sorely missed.
    Kudos to Sony, I appreciate this kind of sportsmanship.

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  • Dougdec92

    Great sportsmanship, honestly Xbox was light on exclusives but next E3 will be much better for them as devs get to know the x better

  • Ocelot forgot his meds

    Nice to see…Sony’s show was disappointing, lacked anything new and still seems to offer single player games that bore me quickly.


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