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Microsoft confirms the time of their E3 2016 press conference

One of the gaming world's biggest events is just around the corner, E3 which will go from June 14 to June 16. Microsoft has officially revealed the time and date for their big press conference.

As per usual, a lot of information will come out during E3 and it is important to know when the big stuff happens, like Microsoft's press conference.

Microsoft confirmed the details of their press conference in a statement to Gamespot. The event will start at  09:30 AM PT  (12:30 AM ET / 16:30 AM GMT), on Monday, June 13. Microsoft did not reveal any details about what would be in the press conference, just that they would have one.

If past Microsoft E3 press conferences are anything to go on then this is something no one would want to miss out on.

Ubisoft E3 press conference date revealed

The biggest event in the gaming world, E3, is just around the corner. Ubisoft is the latest in line to reveal the time and date for their big press conference.

We have already gotten the date for Microsoft's big press conference marked in our calendars, now we get to mark down the date for Ubisoft's as well. It will begin June 13 at 1:00 pm PT (4PM ET / 9:00 pm GMT).

Now we are only waiting for Sony to announce when their press conference is. With Microsoft and Ubisoft having theirs on the same day it wouldn't be too far fetched to think that Sony takes the evening slot for their press conference.

E3 it self will be happening from June 13 to June 16.

Source: VG247

Titanfall 2's teaser trailer finally arrives and it comes wielding giant swords

 

The follow-up to the robot smashing, hectic multiplayer shooting, Xbox One exclusive — Titanfall, has finally received its first official teaser trailer.

The teaser trailer, which you can watch above, is a short 49 seconds, but it does show off what seems to be a giant mech wielding a sword and some dialogue which sounds to be focusing on the story portion of the game.The trailer also shows viewers to expect the full reveal later this year on June 12.

For as well-received as Titanfall was, one of the game's major criticisms was a lack of a traditional single-player campaign. Instead, the sci-fi shooter interweaved its "story" into the multiplayer gameplay, with voiceovers and character portray overlayed on top of the action going on. This time around, EA and developer Respawn will aim to deliver a proper story mode, one that offers fans the answers to questions they had regarding the universe.

Are you excited for Titanfall 2? Let us know in the comments below!