Microsoft’s E3 conference will take place at 9:30AM PT on June 13, the company recently announced in a statement to GameSpot.
The statement reads:
“We’re excited to return to E3 this year where we’ll showcase more games and experiences coming later in 2016 and beyond, starting with our briefing at 9:30 AM PDT on Monday, June 13.”
No other details regarding the console have been divulged, but last month Xbox executive Phil Spencer confirmed that we’ll be hearing more on Xbox One’s Anniversary update this summer.
Whilst Electronic Arts confirmed it won’t be holding a conference or booth this year – instead pursuing its own off-site event – Activision won’t hold a booth either (via. GameSpot). You can check out the names of the companies attending this year’s E3 here.