Microsoft is announcing their next-gen console on May 21st, but will split the details between tomorrow and E3 for hardware and software.
Source: Major Nelson
On Major Nelson's latest podcast, Microsoft's interactive entertainment chief of satff Aaron Greenberg revealed that they would be splitting the XBox reveal into two parts.
"We have so much goodness that there's no way we could have packed it all into one event," Greenberg said.
May 21st will focus on the next generation XBox console and their presentation at E3 will focus on games launching with the new unit.
"People are going to get a great inside look at the making of the new platform and the team that brought it to life. To be honest it's really about the team, the people here. We've never done this before, so it's really exciting to be able to do that. It's a lot of laying the foundation, and then just a couple weeks later we go to E3, and E3 is all about the games. It's going to be tons of exclusives [and] world premieres."
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