Watch Microsoft's Xbox One E3 press conference right here

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"

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Thank you. Neowin is really ****ing me off. I've been coming here for years, and can they be so lazy to not link the streams to source? Seriously, you guys have been doing this repeatedly. SHAME.

.Rik said,
Thank you. Neowin is really ****ing me off. I've been coming here for years, and can they be so lazy to not link the streams to source? Seriously, you guys have been doing this repeatedly. SHAME.

Microsoft's live stream went down -- we have no control over that and didn't expect it to happen. The very first paragraph tells you where you can watch, except the Xbox website we pulled the stream from went down.

Which is why whenever people talk about cloud computing being something games will rely on, I shudder and die a little inside...

dead.cell said,
Which is why whenever people talk about cloud computing being something games will rely on, I shudder and die a little inside...

I have the same feeling.

Anthony Tosie said,

Microsoft's live stream went down -- we have no control over that and didn't expect it to happen. The very first paragraph tells you where you can watch, except the Xbox website we pulled the stream from went down.

Why not a direct link the page? Sure it doesn't cost me to search, but that's something I'm expecting from you.

.Rik said,

Why not a direct link the page? Sure it doesn't cost me to search, but that's something I'm expecting from you.

Because it was the splash image on Xbox.com and that website is mentioned in the lede. That was the stream that went down, however, as I already said. We can't snap our fingers here at Neowin and bring Microsoft's official stream back online, though it'd be nice if we could.

My point wasn't that the stream went down, was the lack of links to watch it in the official website. Maybe this happened with another writer, but when it was time to the opening BUILD keynote, the writer here at neowin just embedded the stream. No links to source. That's not very nice IMO. And I've seen it in other times. Sorry to just be ranting, but it just grinds my gears!

Well Sony announced a lot of their good game stuff already and Microsoft only got their crap info out the way so hopefully MS will have a lot to say today!

I like Xbox I have a 360 I'm just scared there will be to many rules and restrictions with next gen Microsoft . And I feel Sony understands and is ready to win over the crowd so to speak

I love trolls, they have become the jesters of the Internet. Cute, Funny and nobody takes them seriously.

It's 1-0 to Microsoft as they actually showed their console for their launch. Sony gave us a blurred video. Not sure if they are trying to tell us the camera on the PS4 will be blurry? either that or it's so ugly they had to blur the video to avoid becoming a laughing 'stock'. Speaking of which......pun intended

glen8 said,
I love trolls, they have become the jesters of the Internet. Cute, Funny and nobody takes them seriously.

It's 1-0 to Microsoft as they actually showed their console for their launch. Sony gave us a blurred video. Not sure if they are trying to tell us the camera on the PS4 will be blurry? either that or it's so ugly they had to blur the video to avoid becoming a laughing 'stock'. Speaking of which......pun intended

That's because they wanted to save the best for today just watch and see