E3 2018 is the biggest event in the gaming industry calendar which is taking place in Los Angeles. The official dates for the big events are from June 12 to June 14 but the pre-show actions also count for the excitement to all fans and people who are attending this in the Microsoft Theater.
Sunday’s Microsoft Xbox E3 Briefing was the largest in Microsoft Corp.’s history; it announced its game development studios and showcased a record of 52 games on stage including 18 console launch exclusives and 15 world premieres. This includes exclusives like Forza Horizon 4, Gears 5, which includes independent titles like, Session, Below, Ashen, Tunic and many more that are to be revealed in the next year.
There has never been a more exciting time to be part of the gaming industry, with creators large and small showcasing incredible new games for the more than two billion players around the world. – Phil Spencer, head of Gaming at Microsoft
Microsoft is in the plan of doubling its game development studios by adding creative teams to the Microsoft Family that includes a brand-new studio: The initiative, letters of intent to acquire Ninja Theory, Undead Labs, and Compulsion Games. For Matt Booty, the inventive games created at Microsoft Studios are some of the biggest chattels for them, “our growth strategy is to continue to expand the worlds that players love, by developing all-new exclusive games that deepen their commitment with our platform” – Matt Booty, corporate vice president of Microsoft Studios.
Microsoft, in addition to the creative team, foresees to start developing gaming with a deep commitment to original content and the company is busy developing the portfolio of games in every appliance. Revealed by Microsoft on stage were Gears 5, Gears Tactics, Gears Pop, along with Battletoads, Forza Horizon 4 and Halo Infinite.
We’ve been thrilled with the ultimate freedom to explore and play over 100 great games; Xbox Game Pass delivers our members an incredible value in gaming. – Mike Nichols, chief marketing officer for Gaming at Microsoft
Microsoft along with several new titles joining the Xbox Game Pass catalog has also introduced new innovations to push digital gaming forward, including FastStart, an innovation from Microsoft’s Machine Learning Team, and plans from Microsoft’s Gaming Cloud Team to develop a game streaming service to unlock console-quality gaming on any device.
There are many more to come as the big event still continues for its real fans and publishers.