Microsoft will once again be hosting the keynote at this year's Tokyo Game Show, with Home and Entertainment head Takashi Sensui and Game Studio vice president Phil Spencer taking the stage on the morning of the show's opening day, September 16.
Currently, the keynote has a working title of "Xbox 360's Vision and 2010's Strategy", although this is subject to confirmation.
As per usual, there will also be a second keynote speech at the event, which has yet to be announced. The last time Microsoft representatives gave the speech was in 2008, when John Schappert gave a talk entitled 'A Canvas for the World'.
Last year's Keynote was delivered by Kaz Hirai, although the biggest announcement it has played host to in recent years was Satoru Iwata's unveiling of the Wiimote in 2005.