June 9th 2014 6:24 am PT

Watch Xbox: Game On Live, Then Get Your Questions In

Today is the day – in a few short hours, Xbox: Game On will show you why Xbox is the best place to play in 2014 and beyond. As E3 kicks off from the Galen Center in Los Angeles, we want you watch along with us – and to tell us what you think as it unfolds.

First things first – the Xbox E3 Media Briefing launches with our Green Carpet Pre-Show at 9am Pacific on Xbox.com and Xbox Live. Then stick around for Xbox: Game On at 9:30 AM Pacific (also viewable on Spike TV in the U.S. and Canada).

When the lights come up, the show rolls on. New this year, Xbox will broadcast a fan-centric “post-game show” exclusively on Twitch. The Xbox: E3 Briefing Post Show will feature Xbox leaders and developers answering questions from Twitter and the live studio audience. Submitting questions is easy – just Tweet at one of our panelists and include the #XboxE3 hashtag:

What they talk about is up to you, so be sure to get some great questions in during the briefing!

For everything Xbox at E3, make sure to return to xbox.com/e3 all week long.







E3 By Jeff Rubenstein

  • Davie

    Any got the forza update working? Mine downloads but doesn’t show in game :(

  • Cheeze Ace

    deal of the week?

    • ImTheMetalLord

      It won’t let me post them without waiting for approval. I think they are onto me but if you go to xbldb dot com you can see the recent price changes as the lower the prices before they announce the sales and you can even pick them up at the lowered prices now.

      • Cheeze Ace

        thanks bro

  • Arik Cotton

    The Post show won’t come up on Twitch. Is there any way to watch it. I missed the live feed.

  • Spazicle

    What happened to Gears Of War?

    • Michael Burden

      Did you really expect to see something when Microsoft only acquired the rights a few months ago and only assigned Black Tusk to be the developer a couple of days later? They’ve probably just barely begun work on it, most of which are probably the script, story and art direction with no work started on the actual coding yet, or is at such an early stage there is nothing worth showing.

      • evilfangs .

        Indeed, they’re only a 100 days into development.

      • Jan Václavík

        I think they are already doing some coding, if only to be able to run prototypes etc.
        That said I cant imagine being able to show much at this years E3 or Gamescom.

    • IN_YO_FACE_86

      I know it’s crazy but I hope the next Gears of War don’t come out until a least 4 years from now.

  • nathan marchant

    can i rewatch the q and a they did afterwards

 
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