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Microsoft E3 2014 Xbox: Game On press conference dated

Microsoft has confirmed its Xbox One E3 2014 press conference will take place at 9.30am PDT on June 9.

This year’s Xbox One E3 conference is entitled “Game On” and will focus on the future game titles coming to Microsoft’s newest console in the next 18 months or so.

“Another May is upon us, which can only mean one thing: E3 is just a few short weeks away. Today we’re confirming that Xbox: Game On, the Xbox E3 2014 Media Briefing will take place Monday, June 9 beginning at 9.30am PDT,” reads the official Xbox Wire post.

If you want to tune in live in the UK, you’ll be able to do so from 5.00pm BST via, Xbox Live and Windows Phone devices.

“During the briefing you’ll be treated to everything from in-depth looks at previously announced games to trailers for our unannounced games coming in 2014 and beyond.”

Microsoft also teased that there will be some “fan-centric events both before and after Xbox: Game On” both for those in LA and those streaming live across the world.

Details on these events will be released closer to E3, which runs from June 10 – 12 in Los Angeles.

Earlier this week, Xbox boss Phil Spencer teased that there would be “a couple of things” announced prior to E3, concerning game announcements.

“May should be a good month for news. Took me a month to get plans set,” said Spencer on Twitter.

In regards to the E3 press conference itself, you should also expect a rather large announcement relating to Halo 5,  the upcoming Xbox One exclusive.

“343 Industries has a great plan in place, will be cool to share with everyone,” Spencer tweeted in February.

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