Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is probably one of the most highly anticipated events in the gaming world. This year is shaping up to be no different as the event rapidly approaches. Which showcase can live up to Sony’s Last of Us Part II revelation? Possibly knowing they can’t even one-up themselves, Sony opted out of the Expo this year, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be lots of other appealing presentations.
June 8-9: EA Play
In lieu of a press conference, EA will host more livestreams and talks with game developers along with a fanfest. They have confirmed Apex Legends, Anthem, new Battlefield V content, EA Sports games, and a Star Wars experience. For the livestream schedule, click here.
June 9, 1 PM Pacific: Xbox Press Conference
Microsoft has not officially revealed what’s in store. However, they have confirmed announcements for new and previously revealed games, including Gears of War 5. Available for streaming on Mixer, Twitch, YouTube or Xbox.
June 9, 7 PM Pacific: Devolver Digital
The indie sensation known for its off the wall presentations will have Nina Struthers take the floor again. Available for streaming on Twitch.
June 10, 10 AM Pacific: PC Gaming Show
This year’s show is sponsored by Epic Games Store, E-WIN, Frontier, Paradox Interactive, and more. PC Gamer confirmed over 20 developers will showcase their work. The show will be available for streaming on their Twitch channel.
June 10, 4 PM Pacific: SquareEnix
Among the last to confirm their presence for E3 2019, SquareEnix will showcase new titles and hopefully drop some more hints about the ones they teased last year. They have confirmed more information on their Avengers game. Available for streaming on their website.
June 11, 9 AM Pacific: Nintendo Direct
With a focus on upcoming titles for the Switch, Nintendo will resume its usual time slot for their conference. Available for streaming on Twitch.
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Which conference are you excited to see and why?