Microsoft may have gotten its biggest pre-E3 announcement out of the way weeks ago, when it announced that customers will be able to purchase a Kinect-free version of the Xbox One for $399. Let’s not forget that the Redmond giant also has the Xbox Live Gold requirement for its media apps and recently announced dozens more such apps to come. There was also the recent announcement about the bump in the Xbox One’s GPU processing power due to an SDK update.
With all that news out of the way, what can we expect from the press conference itself? Well, some games would be fun. More details about the Xbox One Halo project announced last year seems a given, as does a little more love for Insomniac’s exclusive zombie title Sunset Overdrive. Expect plenty of time for Microsoft’s indie-focused ID@Xbox initiative and at least one or two completely new AAA franchises in addition to discussing some third-party sequels. Whatever is announced, we’ll have the information live for you as it happens.