Microsoft revealed at the beginning of the week that the much-awaited launching of the Xbox will be unveiled in two stages, not one. The first event will be held on Tuesday at the Redmond, Washington, Microsoft Campus and it will be followed by a more game-oriented event in June during the Electronic Entertainment Expo, NBC News informs.
Game players have all been excited about the arrival of the new Xbox console from Microsoft, but the company made a new announcement a day before the official launching. According to the information disclosed by the software company, the game console will not reveal itself completely to its future buyers at the first event, namely, the presentation that was programmed on Tuesday, at the Microsoft Campus in Redmond, Washington. Customers will get to know all there is to know about Xbox during the Electronic Entertainment Expo which will be held in June.
Microsoft’s interactive entertainment chief of staff Aaron Greenberg explained that the release of the Xbox console was programmed for two separate events because “We have so much goodness that there’s no way we could have packed it all into one event”. He further stated that during the event that was programmed for the 21st of May, the staff will reveal the most important aspects of the new generation of Xbox and the company’s vision for “the future of games, of entertainment”.
Even if the launching was expanded over two events, Greenberg reassured the media that there will be plenty of news to present. He promised fans and customers that they will get “plenty of surprises” during the first meeting as organizers will do their best to help them “get a great inside look at the making of the new platform and the team that brought it to life”.
The first event will only set the foundations for the new generation of Xbox, introducing customers to the main features of the product. The E3, which will be held after a couple of weeks, will present all innovations related to software and games.