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'Halo 5' and 'Quantum Break' publisher reveals E3 2014 live stream details

'Halo 4' on Xbox 360
'Halo 4' on Xbox 360
Photo courtesy of Microsoft Studios, used with permission

Microsoft Studios, the publisher of "Halo 5" and Quantum Break," has confirmed the live stream details for the company's E3 2014 press conference. According to a report from Hardcore Gamer on May 7, the media briefing is set for June 9, one day before the gaming event officially begins. It has an early start time of 9:30 a.m. PDT in Los Angeles.

June 9 will be a day filled with press conferences for gaming companies. Aside from Microsoft Studios, Sony Computer Entertainment is expected to hold a media briefing on the same day. The two big third-party publishers, Electronic Arts and Ubisoft, will also have live stream events.

The press conference from Microsoft Studios will end up being 90 minutes long. It is going to be featured on Spike TV for those who have access to cable television. Otherwise, fans can use the official Xbox website, Xbox Live for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One as well as the Windows Phone. The full details on the live stream aspects of the press conference from Major Nelson's blog can be seen below:

During the briefing, you’ll be treated to everything from in-depth looks at previously announced games to trailers for our unannounced games coming in 2014 and beyond. You can stream Xbox: Game On live beginning on June 9 at 9:00 AM PDT with our pre-show coverage on, Xbox Live, and Windows Phone globally. You can also watch Xbox: Game On on Spike TV in the U.S. and Canada at 9:30 AM PDT.

In an interview with Fortune, Phil Spencer confirmed that already-announced titles such as "Halo 5" and "Quantum Break" will be a part of the software lineup shown at E3 2014. A few other rumored first-party titles like "Crackdown 3," "Forza Horizon 2," "Halo 2 Anniversary" in addition to a new game from the developers of "State of Decay" could be revealed as well. Finally, some third-party games such as "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare" and "Tom Clancy's The Division" may also end up at the media briefing.

"Quantum Break" is expected to come out later this year exclusively for the Xbox One next-generation system. On the other hand, "Halo 5" will most likely end up being a 2015 title although its multiplayer beta could be included with the release of "Halo 2 Anniversary." You can find a screen featuring the previous game, "Halo 4," from the official Facebook account of the first-person shooting series with the image attached near the top of this article.

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