Microsoft: “We will absolutely have some new stuff to show in Tokyo”

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Microsoft will not be holding a press conference such as Sony is doing this year at the Tokyo Game Show, however, Aaron Greenberg has confirmed to Eurogamer that they’ll be bringing at least some new things to the show.

“We are going to TGS this year, but unlike last year will not be doing a keynote. TGS is more like GDC, where typically only one platform company does a keynote each year and so, given that we hosted the keynote last year, we are going to step aside and let Sony have a turn on the stage.

“With that said, the Japanese market and the development community there is very important to us, so we will absolutely have some new stuff to show in Tokyo, but unfortunately you are going to have to wait a bit longer for the details.”

They’ve already confirmed earlier that, like Sony, they’ll also be announcing new games.

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