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Microsoft’s E3 conference will limit executives in order to show more games

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As this year’s E3 event approaches, Microsoft is already preparing their conference show. However, as Microsoft Studio’s Phil Spencer announced on March 21, they are only getting 90 minutes to hold the conference and have already packed that window full off announcements and are now having to decide what to cut in order to add content.

Microsoft’s answer, according to Spencer, is to feature fewer executive on stage so that more game reveals can be packed into the 90 minute period.

I think you'll see very few execs. We are already over our 90 minute time limit and having to move stuff out of show.

It’s good news for Xbox owners that Microsoft has so many announcements to make at E3 that they are having trouble deciding upon exactly what to talk about. That means that fans will likely have an exciting year ahead of them on both the Xbox One and Xbox 360. However, it isn’t known what Microsoft has in store for the conference but gamers can expect several surprises considering that they are having trouble fitting everything in.

This year’s E3 event is set to take place in Los Angeles starting June 10.

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