The Xbox E3 2019 presentation is about to kick off, where we’ll likely finally see Microsoft lift the lid on its next-gen Xbox 2 console as well as go into detail on the Google Stadia rival Project xCloud streaming service. Of course, many more games are also expected to feature.
And if you’re too busy to watch the E3 live stream you can check out our Xbox E3 2019 hub for all the latest news and updates.
Xbox E3 2019 press conference date and times – when does it start?
Microsoft’s live stream will begin at 9pm today here in the UK, and at 1pm Pacific Time and 4pm Eastern Time for those of you in other regions.
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How to watch Xbox E3 2019 press conference?
Watch the Xbox E3 2019 live stream right here with the video below, as the conference kicks off today at 9pm BST in the UK.
What will Microsoft show off at E3 2019?
Microsoft is expected to unveil not one, but two consoles – or possibly one console and one game streaming service. Rumours are that at last one of the new machines will feature an AMD Navi graphics processor, and a high-speed SSD, which promises to accelerate game loading times, as well as give a general performance boost to in-game performance.
While Microsoft is being cryptic, saying it’s bringing “something new” to the table this time around, it has actually confirmed a few things – Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 4, Fable 4, and, amazingly, Age of Empires 4 (wololo) are coming, as are some new, original titles. In addition to new hardware, we’re expecting to see advances in backwards compatibility and cross-platform play.
There have also been a couple of teases and rumours to suggest Nintendo might make an appearance. Sounds far-fetched, but stranger things have happened.
Trusted Reviews will be at E3 2019 covering all big announcements from major publishers like Xbox, Google, Square Enix, Bethesda and more. Be sure to keep it locked to our gaming section for all the latest news.