Phil Spencer has dropped a new teaser on Twitter about the Xbox E3 2019 media briefing, which happens to be around early June.
According to Spencer, indeed, the media briefing will have the “traditional” length, which debunks rumors of it being a bit longer.
That was starting to spread because of Sony’s absence and Microsoft’s will to fill the void by going all-in with its announcements.
While it’ll be filled with announcements, as Microsoft has lots to talk about – like Ninja Theory and Playground Games new titles, and Xbox Scarlett and Project xCloud -, it won’t take ages to learn everything about them.
“I like the length of our traditional show,” Spencer told the followers on Twitter. “Content will drive the length. Quality is the key.”
Looking at last year’s E3, it seems the conference will take around 1 hour and 40 minutes, which seems reasonable.
Yea, I like the length of our traditional show. Content will drive the length. Quality is the key.
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) 31 marzo 2019
In the meantime, the head of Xbox is traveling across Asia to brief publishers and developers over there about “future plans” and E3 2019.