Phil Spencer is Happy With What Team Xbox Has Planned for E3

By   /   Mar 26, 2016
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E3 is just a couple of months away, Microsoft will be at the event with all things Xbox and Windows 10. We don’t know what the company has planned for the event but whatever it is, Phil Spencer is pretty happy with it.

If we are to assume, Microsoft would be bringing Gears of War 4, Halo Wars 2, ReCore, and handful of new IPs. This year will be a little different as Microsoft won’t be presenting the next Call of Duty.

Sony and Activision are partners which means PlayStation is now the face of Call of Duty. Activision isn’t attending the event but Sony’s booth will let players try out the next Call of Duty. Sony will also be revealing it at its E3 presser.

Speaking of the next Call of Duty, rumor has it that it would be Ghosts 2. I really hope not, so I am personally rooting for Modern Warfare 4.

What are your expectations from E3? Do you think Gears of War 4 PC will show? Comment with your opinions down below.

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