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Xbox, Halo Infinite and Microsoft’s Starfield at E3 2021: How to Watch Live

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Historically, years like these, right after the launch of a new video game console, is when the pace of new games picks up. Some huge titles are available for this year, including the one from Microsoft. Infinite halo.

The Xbox maker is expected to discuss a wide range of new games and initiatives during its press conference at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) Sunday June 13 at 10 AM Pacific Time (1 PM Eastern Time). Although the event takes place remotely on a live broadcast as the world slowly recovers from the coronavirus pandemicMicrosoft is still expected to make flashy announcements for its video game console. Yes, that means in addition to Halo.

Since this is billed as Microsoft other Bethesda storefront there is a high probability that Microsoft will reveal it Starfield, a brand new space RPG created by Bethesda, the game studio Microsoft bought together with ZeniMax Media for $ 7.5 billion.

The company may also discuss its next big racing game, Forza Horizon 5, probably built to take advantage of the next generation technology built into the newer Xbox consoles.


This image of Halo’s hero Master Chief was enough to make fans scream when the new game was announced last summer.


The company also hoped to discuss its Xbox game streaming service, which is built into the company’s $ 15-per-month Xbox Games Pass Ultimate service. Game streaming allows people to stream games over the Internet in a similar way to how they watch Netflix today.


Microsoft’s press conference will be held online on Sunday, June 13 at 10 a.m. M. PT / 1 p. M. ET / 6 pm BST. It will be 3am on June 14 AEST (sorry Australia).


We’ll keep you posted on all the key announcements from the show and live-stream the press conference here on CNET and on our sister site GameSpot.

What can we expect

What, a new Halo is not enough for you? Well, don’t worry, Microsoft has shown a penchant for showing a game tone, and this year will probably be no different.

We will be there

CNET wants to cover everything digital E3 2021 next to our sister site, GameSpot. We will update this page throughout the program as more games are announced.

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