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Phil Spencer at the 2015 Microsoft E3 press conference. Getty Images

Microsoft has announced its plans for June's E3 trade show in Los Angeles. The Redmond company's E3 2016 Xbox press conference will kick off at 9.30am PDT (5.30pm BST) on 13 June at the Galen Center in Los Angeles.

The event will focus on "the newest games, tech and features coming to Xbox One and Windows 10", in addition to giving people "in-depth looks at previously-announced games" and trailers for "unannounced titles coming in 2016 and beyond", according to a blog post by Xbox spokesman Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb.

The press conference will be livestreamed via the Xbox Live Events Player on Xbox and Xbox 360 consoles, the Xbox Twitch channel and on Spike TV in North America. You can also watch the event on the big screen at a local Microsoft Store.

The company has announced that it will bring back its Xbox Daily: Live @ E3 show that will cover all things Xbox at the event including breaking news, exclusive announcements, interviews with game creators, and exclusive announcements. Hryb will host the one-hour show along with social marketing manager for Xbox (Emea) Graeme Boyd and Xbox Live's Acey Bongos. It will feature several prominent industry figures and guest stars and will be streamed live on Xbox consoles, the Xbox website and the Xbox Twitch channel on 14-15 June between 4pm and 5pm PDT.

Microsoft also confirmed the return of its Xbox FanFest that will give 500 lucky fans exclusive access to the company's E3 briefing, the opportunity to meet with developers and take part in special events, access to unreleased games and more.

Last month, a report from Microsoft blogger Brad Sams on Paul Thurrot's blog claimed that the company will unveil new Xbox hardware and a new standard controller during its E3 briefing.

Xbox boss Phil Spencer also said the company would talk about things "beyond" Xbox One and Windows 10 in the coming weeks, which could hint at another surprise announcement during E3.