Microsoft’s head of Xbox games marketing, Aaron Greenberg, reveals that ‘there are a lot’ of big and unannounced games coming for the Xbox One console.
From the shocking announcement of Metroid Prime 4 to original Xbox backward compatibility, we list the biggest surprises from all the E3 2017 press conferences.
In an interview during E3 2017, Head of Xbox Phil Spencer discusses original Xbox backward compatibility, revealing it won’t be as big as Xbox 360 BC.
Destiny 2 project lead Mark Noseworthy speaks up about concerns over the 30 FPS frame rate of Destiny 2 for Microsoft’s high-powered Xbox One X console.
Xbox chief Phil Spencer reveals he is a huge fan of Destiny during E3 2017, and the executive has stated that he has actually put 700 hours into the game so far.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer reveals Microsoft isn’t making any profit on Xbox One X sales, but will rely on sales of games, peripherals, and services to make a profit.
Original Xbox game backward compatibility on Xbox One will work with original Xbox game discs, confirms Xbox marketing lead Albert Penello on social media.
Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb, the director of Xbox Programming joins with Xbox hardware GM, Leo Del Castillo, to give fans a detailed look at how a Xbox One X is assembled.
Xbox head Phil Spencer discusses first party games for the Xbox One at E3 2017, and teases the prospect of further games that were not quite ready for the expo.
Microsoft slyly releases a video for the Xbox Live Avatar project due this fall, revealing a fun and playful style for avatars that just screams Pixar.
After Microsoft’s E3 2017 press conference, the head of the company’s Xbox division, Phil Spencer, reveals that the firm has more focus on VR for PC than for Xbox One.
The head of marketing for Xbox confirms that the Xbox One X will be made available for preorder ahead of its release, but refuses to give an exact date for the platform.
Microsoft executive Aaron Greenberg discusses the $499 price tag of the Xbox One X, stating that Microsoft is proud of being able to make the premium console available at that price.
Microsoft hits back at a report that suggested that few Xbox One users actually play backward compatible games, calling the data ‘grossly inaccurate.’
Hyperkin announces that it will be resurrecting the original Xbox controller, allowing gamers to play Xbox backward compatible games with the original remote on Xbox One.
Forza Motorsport 7 officially gets announced during Microsoft’s E3 2017 press conference with a gameplay reveal trailer detailing the racing action.
Microsoft doubles down on the Xbox One’s backward compatibility system, announcing at E3 2017 that original Xbox titles will soon be joining the library.