E3 is the biggest expo of the year when it comes to the video game industry. This is the event that most developers, publishers among other manufacturing companies take to the stage or show floor in order to advertise what’s coming down the pipeline. This is an exciting time of year for gamers as we often get big reveals and announcements though with that said, the expo will be missing one big name this time around. Sony PlayStation has already confirmed they won’t be present at E3 2019 and this gives Microsoft a chance to really take the show.
Microsoft has been hyping up E3 and promises a big show for gamers but what that entails is anyone’s guess. There have been talks of Microsoft unveiling the next generation console to other first-party video game announcements. Regardless, we know that 343 Industries will be present with the anticipated Halo Infinite video game. This next major installment to the Halo franchise will be at E3 2019 but likely in a much more profound way when compared to its small teaser spotlight in E3 2018.
This confirmation comes by the way of Bonnie Ross, the head of 343 Industries. IGN reported that Bonnie confirmed Halo Infinite will be at E3 2019 but didn’t express in what way it would be shown. Some are hoping that this game will have a release window attached along with potential story premise and gameplay footage. Already, Bonnie has stated that Halo Infinite is considered a spiritual reboot and as such, we are wondering just what the development studio has planned for the long-running and much-beloved franchise.
For now, we’ll have to wait and see, but luckily the wait won’t be too much longer. Patience is key as E3 doesn’t kick off until June 11, 2019. Of course, we’re still waiting to hear more information in regards to what times certain press conferences will be starting. As always, we’ll be covering E3 2019 and presenting you the latest information as we receive it.
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