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Head of Xbox has said that the company had for the fist time an end-to-end E3 2016 walkthrough. Pictured: People wait in line to play Microsoft Xbox games at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, in Los Angeles, California, U.S., June 16, 2015.Reuters

Microsoft seems to be geared up for the upcoming annual gaming event E3 2016, where it is expected to make some new game announcements and reveal new content for old games. The Microsoft team was recently more outright for the first time about its E3 plans and said it had conducted an end-to-end walkthrough of E3 2016.

Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox, took to Twitter to hint about what had transpired, and noted that the team has "more work to do" as the E3 comes closer.

Spencer's tweet came as a reply to producer Rod Fergusson who had said in a tweet he had fun showing the new "Gears of War 4" to executives of Xbox.

This was followed by new footage of the game from Aaron Greenberg, head of Xbox marketing, GameSpot reported.

Microsoft has already announced that it will be holding a press conference at E3 2016 on June 13 from 9:30 a.m. PST. Microsoft had in a statement assured players it would be "showcasing more games and experiences" in 2016 and beyond.

Microsoft had previously revealed that it would be bringing a new Forza video game at E3 2016. Though it had not revealed which game it was bringing, reports have pointed at "Forza Horizon 3." It is also possible that Microsoft could showcase "Scalebound," "Crackdown 3" and more.

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