Xbox Boss Wants “To Give Our Games More Time” at E3

Phil Spencer talks about not rushing through games at E3.

Posted By | On 27th, Mar. 2017 Under News


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Though it’s still less than three months away, Microsoft has been teasing its E3 2017 plans for some time now. We know that Project Scorpio will be a major part of the presentation but it seems the company wants to give more time for its games as well.

This is according to Xbox boss Phil Spencer on Twitter who noted that, “I want to give our games more time on stage at E3. I sometimes feel like we rush telling the story of our games at E3.”

This could be in reference to certain projects – like ReCore, the eventually-cancelled Scalebound and so on – not getting as much information at past E3 shows compared to other games. Regardless, we’ll find out how much that software focus will tie into Scorpio’s reveal.

Microsoft’s E3 presser will take place on June 11th. What are you hoping to see at the conference? Let us know in the comments below.


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  • Marc Grierson

    I hope they pull some monsters out of the closet and surprise us all. I’m a Sony guy (I’ve owned a one and sold it because the lacklustre list of exclusives just didn’t warrant me keeping hold of it – and I need room under my TV haha!!) but I want the Scorpio to succeed so I have a new reason to pick one up as well as I hope Nintendo have a great showing too so I can be enticed for the Switch as I REAAALLYYY want to play Zelda but cannot justify a Switch right now either – Pokémon game on the switch whether it be full RPG or standard pokemon game, new Xenoblade, Gamecube virtual games, more of the new Mario, a new Donkey Kong and some nice new exclusives would be all I need! Fingers crossed its a great showing all round.

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  • Sp4ctr0

    They should focus on hardware. Compare own hardware to Playstation 4 Pro. Show real difference in games. Today more than 95% games are multiplatform. I want to know what level of details will be possible on new hardware. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/33238aa9633795828c25751e5a812f326faa094713641df5aff9263249adf920.jpg

    • MickaelSuarez

      No need to use “frame-rate upscaling” to reach 60fps with ryzen 8 cores…

    • Sp4ctr0

      If you want 4K 120fps (2x60fps) for VR then “frame-rate upscaling is good. Some VR works in minimum 180fps (2x90fps)

    • Tactical Lag-fighting tips

      If it is Ryzen, not going to be desktop class in a console.
      More a netbook version.

    • MickaelSuarez

      Sure, we can expect from a raven ridge to clearly outperform a jaguar, and maintain a framerate quite higher than 30fps even if it’s an apu.

    • Tactical Lag-fighting tips

      hope so

    • Sp4ctr0

      Yes but still it will be 2x faster than Jaguar from Xbox One and Playstation 4 Pro.

    • MickaelSuarez

      In its whitepaper, MS wasn’t talking about VR but normal games…
      Framerate per eye=framerate…

    • Sp4ctr0

      No they write about 90 fps VR game (180 fps) – Oculus Rift VR quality.

    • MickaelSuarez

      Nope, and this is why DF or Jez Corden who read the MS whitepaper aren’t expectong a ryzen

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    • Dougdec92

      Loool

    • Tactical Lag-fighting tips

      That’s what the x-fans wanted. TV focused media box.
      Soon to be in 4K Netflix

  • Gamez Rule

    Where are the games Phil?

    • Tactical Lag-fighting tips

      “We have 4k TV” Phil would say, “watch that please”.

  • Mr Xrat

    Translation: third parties aren’t interested and we have little to show so we’ll spend a lot of time on filler like dev interviews and overly-long demos.


 

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