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E3 2019: 5 ways Xbox and Microsoft can dominate this year's E3 press conference

  • Microsoft and Xbox are going big this E3 2019. Here are 5 ways they can absolutely dominate it.
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Modified 07 May 2019, 10:56 IST

#4 Halo Infinite gameplay reveal


As a long time PlayStation fan, I'm curious to dive into the world of Xbox's Halo in the upcoming Halo Infinite. Since Microsoft has somewhat confirmed that Infinite will be the launch title for the upcoming Xbox console, E3 2019 seems to be the perfect fit for such a reveal. Showing off some huge chunk of gameplay running on the new Xbox, presumably at 60 FPS and native 4K will be a godsend for me and many others who have been waiting for this game since a very long time.

Halo Infinite was revealed back at E3 2018 and is supposedly a soft reboot of the series and will be going back to its root. Also in the most recent leak, it was stated that Halo Infinite is supposedly the most expensive game ever made with a game development budget of over $500 million.


#3. Ninja Theory's next game reveal

Hell Blade
Hell Blade

Ninja Theory blew us all away with its beautiful masterpiece back in 2017 called Hell Blade: Senua's Sacrifice. The first ever semi AAA game, Hell Blade went on to receive widespread universal acclaim from critics as well as fans alike and sold incredibly well.

The game's depiction of Norse mythology as well as the Celtic culture was very well received as well as it focuses on themes such as Psychosis made Ninja Theory's ambitious title vastly unique in this ever-growing looter shooter industry.

Not only that, but it also caught the eye of Microsoft who went to purchase the studio as one of their first party developers back at E3 2018 and I can't really describe my excitement for what this talented studio is up to next with Microsoft holding their hands.

One thing's for sure, whatever they are making will be a story-driven action game and will be an Xbox exclusive, something that Microsoft absolutely needs this upcoming generation.


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Published 10 Apr 2019, 12:27 IST
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