Today at 1PM EST, Microsoft will be revealing its new Xbox console. We'll be covering all the news as it breaks from the event, and you'll be able to find out the latest on the next generation Xbox as it happens right here on Screen Crush.

Rumors about what Microsoft's next Xbox will feature have been making the rounds for more than a year. On Tuesday, we'll finally have all of the answers we've been eagerly awaiting. Will it be always online? Will it offer backwards compatibility? Will Microsoft go all digital? There are a myriad of unanswered questions we're dying to have resolved.

In addition to Microsoft's console, big developers like Infinity Ward and EA will be on hand to showcase a host of new next-gen titles like Call of Duty: Ghosts, FIFA Soccer, UFC, and NBA Live to name a few. We'll be updating this post as news breaks, so be sure to check the Video Games hub, and this page for all the latest happenings in regards to Microsoft's Xbox Reveal event.

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