字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント A new domain suggests that Microsoft could be preparing an event to announce its next console. According to WHOIS data, XboxEvent.com was registered yesterday by U.S. Techs, a company recently rebranded as Eventcore that provides quote “advanced, customized solutions in the event management industry.” As sleuths on the NeoGAF forums point out, U.S. Techs also registered XboxE312.com (the event site used to sign up for Microsoft’s press briefing at E3 last year) as well as something called Microsoft’s 2013 Hosting Summit site, which includes the text “this site is hosted for Microsoft by U.S. Techs” at the bottom. The point being: U.S. Techs is an event planning company that organizes events for Microsoft, and they have now registered XboxEvent.com For now, we can’t be sure what exactly XboxEvent.com is or what it might be used for, but hot on the heels of Sony’s dedicated conference to reveal the PlayStation 4 this week, this could be an indicator that Microsoft is getting ready to hold its own event to announce the new Xbox soon. According to reports from CVG and The Verge, industry sources suggest that April is currently the most likely time frame. A Microsoft spokesperson provided IGN with the following statement: “Microsoft often acquires various domain names as part of its ongoing business strategy, but beyond that we have no comment.” As soon as we know more about the Xbox event, we’ll let you know right here at IGN.