With E3 beginning later this week, the team got together to pen down their hopes, wants and needs from each publisher.
Microsoft is the first of the console giants out of the gate on Monday the 11th of June. You can find every single press conference time and date HERE.
Phil Spencer acknowledged after God of War’s release that Microsoft was sorely in need of some big budget single-player epics like that. While I think it’s probably too soon for them to push anything out of that magnitude, intention is everything. Even the promise of a game like that could perhaps satisfy the disgruntled Xbox One adopters, who haven’t had a lot to cheer about lately. I think it’s a given we’ll see Halo and Gears in some capacity, but I’m hoping that we’ll finally get release dates for Below and Crackdown, games that were promised to us way back when the console launched. Plus, if the partnership with Platinum Games isn’t too damaged, perhaps the rumoured Devil May Cry 5 could come to Xbox first. I’d love it, if only to see the fanboys throw the toys out of the cot.