Microsoft will stream its E3 Xbox event in 4K

Microsoft is holding another Xbox-related conference on June 11, 2017 during the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2017. This event will be focused on project Scorpio, Microsoft's next Xbox iteration which is set to be released this holiday season. Of course, there will be some games and service announcements, but the biggest focus during the event will be on the console itself.

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Every year, Microsoft does live streaming of its E3 conference and E3 2017 won't be any different. However, this year, for the first time, Microsoft will stream the event in 4K resolution.

We’re extremely excited to announce that, for the first time, our briefing will be broadcast in 4K! If your monitor or TV supports the technology, you can watch the Xbox E3 2017 Briefing live in glorious 4K on the official Xbox Mixer Channel or on the Mixer app for Xbox One.

You can also view the streamed broadcast using the following services:

Microsoft is also going to stream its event for cable and satellite TV subscribers with help from media company, Fuse:

We’re also partnering with the innovative media company Fuse to bring the Xbox E3 2017 Briefing to cable and satellite subscribers in the U.S. and Canada at 2 p.m. PDT (or 5 p.m. EDT). Be sure to download the Fuse TV app or hit up to find out where you can watch Fuse.

Head over to the official Windows Blog for more details about the upcoming E3 Microsoft briefing and stay tuned for important announcements. Microsoft is also expected to share new sales numbers for Xbox One and some news about the future of the Xbox brand.

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Author: Roman Linev

Long time news writer, Microsoft ecosystem fan, Android user. Loves Japanese culture, photography and his cats. You can also follow Roman on Twitter.

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