Microsoft will return to the Super Bowl with a 60-second ad

Super Bowl ads are usually some of the most viewed and most discussed videos so it’s no wonder that Microsoft will be returning with another ad this year.

The company first debuted on the Super Bowl ad stage last year, when Microsoft aired its inspirational commercial with Steve Gleason. Pulling on our heartstrings, the technology maker wanted to highlight the positive role that its products can have on real people.

This year, Microsoft will return with a new 60-second ad, though its contents have so far been kept under wraps. However, with the company riding high after a successful Windows 10 event and with people finally becoming excited with the fresh new Microsoft, we’re bound to see something special.

Whether it will focus on its new “mobile first, cloud first” approach, the upcoming Windows 10 for all devices, the mind-blowing and incredibly exciting unveiling of HoloLens and Holographic, or the Xbox brand, or all of the above – Microsoft will surely have a lot to say.

Oh, and don’t forget that Xbox and Surface are traditional sponsors for the NFL while Bing is partner for the Seattle Seahawks, so we’re bound to see a ton of Microsoft at this year’s Super Bowl.

Source: Ad Age

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