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Xbox’s Phil Spencer Going in Japan and Korea for a Week to Talk to Publishers About E3 and More

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Xbox’s Phil Spencer Going in Japan and Korea for a Week to Talk to Publishers About E3 and More

Microsoft’s Xbox Division head Phil Spencer has been making a deliberate effort for a while to increase the diversity of games released on Xbox One, with a healthy injection of Japanese games.

Developers from Korea have also been joining the fray, for instance bringing Pearl Abyss’ open-world MMORPG Black Desert to the platform.

Apparently, Spencer isn’t done yet, and he’s going back to Japan and Korea to talk shop for a whole week. This time around the outspoken Xbox boss is going to be talking about E3 and getting input on the future, as you can see in the tweet below.

Interestingly, Spencer also talked about the length of Microsoft’s traditional E3 press conference, which will be driven by content and quality this year as well.

Over the past few years, he has delivered, bring several games from Japan and Korea on stage at Microsoft’s E3 show, like the aforementioned Black Desert, Devil May Cry 5, Jump Force, Code Vein, and more.

It’ll be interesting to see which titles from the region will appear at the conference this year. At the moment, we still don’t have a precise date and time for it, but they should be announced soon enough.

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