Microsoft Xbox E3 press conference live stream now live

Will we see next gen?

Posted by Dakota 'DarkHorse' Hills • June 9, 2019 at 1 p.m. PDT

Update: Stream is now live.

Earlier:Microsoft is getting ready to kick off E3 in a big way for the console makers where they're gearing up to show 14 upcoming Xbox exclusive titles and perhaps our first taste of the next generation of video games.

The Xbox press conference is scheduled to start at 1 p.m. PDT / 4 p.m. EDT where the new game announcements and information is set to roll on for nearly two hours — including some likely fighting game news.

Ninja Theory — not to be confused with Team Ninja — had their new game leak online earlier this week called Bleeding Edge which looks to be a 4v4 arena fighter in a similar fashion to Anarchy Reigns from Platinum Games and Sega on the last generation consoles.

That development studio was one of the ones that Microsoft announced their acquisition of at last year's E3, so it almost feels like a given that we'd see it on the big stage this year. A technical alpha test for the game is also reportedly coming on June 27 which almost assures its inclusion in the live stream.

Killer Instinct has also been dark for almost two years now, so perhaps the team over at Iron Galaxy Studios has been working in the shadows to get a new entry in the series ready for the leap to next gen as Double Helix did before them for the Xbox One.

There's also a chance we could see Janemba finally shown for Dragon Ball FighterZ considering Microsoft "announced" him though the chances of that are looking fairly slim at this point. You can watch the live stream with us here below. You can also check out what other fighting game announcements we think are likely coming to E3 here.

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