We already know that Microsoft is planning to go big for its E3 presentation this year, and now we have the exact time and date on when will the festivities kick off. Microsoft today announced that its Xbox E3 2019 Briefing will go live on Sunday, June 9 at 1pm PT.
Expectedly, the company didn't go into specifics on what we will see during the show, only promising to showcase trailers for unannounced games and "in-depth looks" at what we've been shown before.
Livestreams of the event will be available on multiple platforms, but those tuning in through the Mixer channel will get some extra in-game goodies for various titles to keep. It will also offer the experience in six languages, including English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, with English closed captions also available.
A special episode of Inside Xbox will then kick off on June 10 at 3pm PDT, where Microsoft says it will have "exclusive announcements, game demos, interviews, and more" to show off.
Alongside games, it will be interesting to see whether Microsoft will have any hardware to showcase at the event, maybe even the next-generation Xbox. Also, previous comments by the company has it taking aim at Google's cloud gaming platform Stadia, so we should be seeing Microsoft's Project xCloud technology at E3 as well.