The E3 2019 event is now seemingly turning out to be exciting with Microsoft stating that there would be lots to look forward to from gamers’ perspective at the conference. This comes after Sony officially announced non participation at next year’s E3.
Firstly, after Sony’s apparent pull-out from E3 2019, Microsoft’s Xbox head honcho Phil Spencer took to Twitter to announce that there is “Lots to share with fans at E3 2019. Always a high point of the year to witness the industry’s creativity and the energy of the community.”
This is clearly indicative of the fact that there would be announcements positively impacting the global gaming community. Also, Microsoft gets to become the numero-uno a far as game console makers participating at E3 2019 is concerned.
In this regard, gamers could share with us their views on Microsoft’s enthusiasm at E3 2019.
Also, in other related developments, multiple speculated Black Friday 2018 dels have surfaced; asper these leaked listings, Forza Horizon 4 is rumoured to be made available (during Black Friday Week) for $39.99 along with Uncharted The Nathan Drake Collection for PS4 at $9.99 on GameStop. Gamers could check out the e-tailer as and when Black Friday approaches.
Another leaked ad on GameStop indicates that the Creed: Rise to Glory and Superhot VR for PlayStation VR would retail at $250; apparently $100 down from its original pricing of $350. In consoles, the 1TB Spider-Man bundle for PS4 would be made available for as low as $199.99; signifying a $100 reduction from its regular price tag of $300.
There is reportedly something for Xbox One as well; a 1TB Xbox One S Minecraft bundle is set to go on sale at $199 (for Black Friday). Walmart has put up this offer.
Microsoft is also now letting gamers subscribe to the Xbox Game Pass at just $1. Forza Horizon 4 (a recent release) has also reached the repository and should be available to members. Hence, check this out and let us know if you were able to access the relatively new Xbox games, in tandem with the already released yet not-so-legacy titles.