Xbox Boss Teases E3 Showing - Details Inside

Jan 31, 2017 05:00 AM EST | Ileen Jasmine

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Just a month into 2017, and so much has already happened. Especially in the technological world. Now, Xbox big boss Phil Spencer reveals its plans for the upcoming E3 2017.

Yes, Microsoft is already planning its presentation for the E3 event this year. Phil Spencer, Microsoft executive and head of Xbox took to Twitter and talked about the Xbox One E3 review.

Spencer responded to a fan and informed him that things are looking up for this year's lineup. It is a well-known fact that Spencer takes his time to interact with plenty of Xbox fans through his social media accounts.

On Friday, one Twitter user under the handle @bones_no tweeted the Head of Xbox just to ask how he felt about the Xbox One's upcoming lineup for E3. A couple of minutes later, Spencer sent his response saying, "Yes, in another E3 review right now, I like the lineup."

This is not the first time Spencer talk high praises about the Xbox One, and it is not exactly a huge shocker to the fans. However, this tweet does speak volumes on how hard Microsoft works to create the best show they could create in June.

A lot is at stake for the E3 2017 for Phil Spencer and the rest of the Xbox team as the much anticipated Project Scorpio is expected to hit the market this fall. According to reports, this new console is expected to provide a greater gaming experience than the current Xbox One.

Speculations state that Project Scorpio could even leapfrog Sony's PlayStation 4 Pro as the most powerful console on the market. This means that if Scorpio is going to be a success, Microsoft is going to need some over-the-top games ready to go on launch day.

E3 2017 is also expected to be the event where Scorpio will make its debut. Spencer gave an update on Scorpio a few months ago in which he said the console was making "amazing progress."

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