2020 is going to be a big year for gamers. Not only are triple-A titles like The Last of Us Part II and Cyberpunk 2077 set for release, but the console giants of Mircosoft and Sony are dropping their next generation of hardware.
It was confirmed yesterday that Sony will not appear at E3 2020, the second year in a row they are missing the massive industry trade show, which has left the platform wide open for Microsoft and their new Xbox.
A milestone year for Microsoft
Taking to twitter, Head of Xbox Phil Spencer gave fans a date to mark in their calendars.
Rumours are swirling that the Xbox Series X will be able to link up to the Steam & Epic Games stores, connecting PC and console gamers truly for the first time.
This could be confirmed by Microsoft at E3 2020.
Or it may be where they decide to announce some exclusive launch titles for the console that are currently lacking.
Either way, fans should mark 9 June - 11 June 2020 in their calendar, as something big is coming.