This year’s E3 event will be taking place in Los Angeles from June 11 – June 13, with plenty more happening from June 8 too, and major games companies are lining up to hold press conferences and showcase upcoming games.
Here’s what’s been announced so far about the 2019 E3 schedule. Keep checking back for the latest updates!
June 8 – June 9
EA won’t be hosting a traditional conference this year, but they will be hosting a hands-on event across the weekend, with livestreams happening on June 8 . We’ve got our fingers crossed for more on Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and you can check out everything we’re expecting to see at EA Play right here.
You can also find out more details about the event from the EA Play announcement.
June 9 at 1 PM (PT)
Microsoft will be holding a conference in their usual timeslot, and after a strong 2018 where they announced loads of new games, we’re hoping to get more info on Halo Infinite. But that’s far from everything we’re hoping to see from them…
June 9 at 5:30 PM (PT)
Bethesda have plenty of games in the pipeline, including DOOM Eternal, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, and of course, The Elder Scrolls VI. We can’t wait to see if they have any more surprises up their sleeves.
— Bethesda (@bethesda) March 18, 2019
June 10 at 9 AM (PT)
This is the first year that UploadVR are hosting an E3 show, so we’re curious to see what VR games will turn up at their show.
Announcing The E3 VR Showcase: New games. New trailers. All wrapped up in a digital presentation for your viewing pleasure.
— UploadVR (@UploadVR) April 23, 2019
PC Gaming Show
June 10 at 10 AM (PT)
The PC Gaming Show has become a mainstay in recent years, so expect another strong show with a few surprises.
— PC Gamer (@pcgamer) April 2, 2019
June 10 at 1 PM (PT)
Ubisoft’s E3 shows never disappoint, and with Beyond Good and Evil 2 shown off last year, we’re hoping to see more of the super sci-fi sequel.
The countdown to #E32019 is on!
— Ubisoft (@Ubisoft) March 27, 2019
June 10 at 6 PM (PT)
Square Enix follow up their show last year with another Live conference. Will we see their Avengers game this year?
June 11 – June 13
It’s been a great few years for the Switch and with a Animal Crossing due this year, we’re crossing our fingers that we’ll be seeing Tom Nook at this year’s show. And who knows what else might make an appearance?
We also know about three hotly-anticipated games that have already been confirmed to be making an appearance at the event: Doom Eternal, which the Bethesda showcase will be focusing on heavily, Cyberpunk 2077, from Witcher series developers CD Projekt Red, and Halo Infinite, the latest addition to the Halo series. Check out the full list of games we expect to see at E3 2019, or find out what else will be happening that you really don’t want to miss…
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