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Xbox Boss Phil Spencer Thanks Everyone For Record-Breaking E3

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The Xbox conference was a major part of E3 2019 and Phil Spencer just thanked the fans for making it a successful event. Microsoft did have some great announcements and CDPR has some surprises of its own but all that would not have happened if it was not for the fans.

Phil Spencer thanked the fans for making this years E3 such a success and the following is what he had to say regarding the matter:

Just looked at the #s, thanks to fans who made 2019 a great E3 for Xbox. Record social traffic during the week, record views of briefing, 2x the number of fans watching Inside Xbox, 1000s of people at the MS Theater to watch briefing and play games. You all made E3 2019 great.

Phil Spencer has been very active these past couple of days and has provided some great insights regarding the new direction that Microsoft is headed in. He talked about why Microsoft announced the Xbox Scarlett 18 months before release.

He also talked about what the console will be capable of and the kind of power it will have to offer. He went on to thank all the people that he talked to and the people who worked on the show:

Thank you to everyone I talked to and who worked the show on making this another great E3. It was a ton of fun but I have to admit I’m ready for some sleep.

This was a remarkable E3 and it seems that Microsoft is trying to get back in the race. Sony might have won the console war with the PS4 but the next-generation could be different. Microsoft has acquired a couple of studios and I think that the Xbox Scarlett will have a couple of exclusive games at launch.

Obsidian is one of the developers that Microsft has acquired. We got to see some footage of The Outer Worlds, the game that Obsidian is working on right now. It looks like a modern version of Fallout. I mean that in a very positive way. It will be interesting to see what the final version of the game is like and what fans think about it.

Let us know what you thought about the Microsoft press conference at E3 2019.

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