Microsoft's E3 press conference for its upcoming Xbox One console takes place in Los Angeles at 9:30 a.m. local time. The event is being televised by Spike TV, but it can also be streamed from an Xbox 360 or at Xbox.com – or simply watch it here.
Unlike the console's announcement on May 21 which focused heavily on its television capabilities, Microsoft's E3 press conference will focus on Xbox One games. Microsoft said 15 exclusive games will launch in the console's first year, including "Ryse" from Crytek, "Forza Motorsport 5" from Turn 10 Studios, "Titanfall" from Respawn Entertainment and "Quantum Break" from Remedy. Known non-exclusive games include Bungie's "Destiny" and Infinity Ward's "Call of Duty: Ghosts," among others.
Larry Hryb, director of programming for Xbox Live, said the console's TV capabilities won't even be discussed at the event.
"I can confirm that we will have TVs (or similar) on stage to show the games," Hryb wrote to a user on Twitter. "That should be the extend of TV talk in your #E3"