Phil Spencer is ‘Feeling Great’ about E3

It’s that time of the week again! No, not what Xur’s offering in Destiny (though you can find that here), rather it’s that time when all the news comes via tweets from Mr. Head of Xbox himself, Phil Spencer.

The first tweet surmises his thoughts about this year’s Xbox show.

There are rumours about as to just what will be a part of the show – an Xbox One Slim, perhaps? There’s definitely going to be something big.

We’ve known for a while that there will be a strong focus on first-party games at this year’s E3, and that’s confirmed once again.

This doesn’t mean Gamescom, in August, will be neglected, however.

Confirmed titles at the show are Rise of the Tomb Raider, which will be showing off gameplay, and you can expect Halo 5: Guardians.

Looks like there’ll be good reasons for tuning into the Xbox Daily show, too; and as this year marks the first that E3 will be open to the general public, Mr. Spencer seems particularly excited about it.

Xbox Preview members also have another reason to be excited – good times apparently await.

If you’re waiting for news on background music and the ability to broadcast party chat then these next two tweets will update you on that.

Finally, although focusing on Xbox customers, the Head is still positive in regards to the conferences from other companies, such as Sony.

And there we go! For details on E3, check this out, and keep your browsers pointed to Xbox One UK during the expo for all the goings on.

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