Microsoft Teases Xbox One Japanese Exclusive, E3 Plans

Microsoft has announced that one or more Xbox One Japanese exclusives are being developed by a renowned Japanese studio. The company’s Phil Spencer revealed the news while speaking with Famitsu (via Dualshockers), stating that Microsoft has special announcements planned to coincide with the Xbox One’s launch in new territories.

“I’m very excited about the announcement of the release window in Japan. An unique exclusive title for Xbox One is going to be released by an awesome Japanese studio,” he said, before adding, “I’m looking forward to go to Tokyo Game Show this year, and I want to show everyone something never seen before. Stay tuned!”

Spencer also stated that while TGS isn’t for quite some time, the company is closely focusing on their E3 conference come June. Since it has a lot to show, it has cut back on the stage time key execs will get.

“Yes, I think you’ll see very few execs” Spencer admitted. “We are already over our 90 minute time limit and having to move stuff out of show.”

It was revealed last week that the Chief Product Officer at Microsoft, March Whitten, has left Microsoft after fourteen years. But it wasn’t all bad news as Microsoft did reveal Titanfall has been selling exceptionally well, and a new Walmart bundle is up for grabs at a discount. Phil Spencer also teased that the company has been playing around with its own VR technology, and could very well reveal their own Virtual Reality headset in the near future.

You can check out our review for Titanfall here.


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