E3 2019 Schedules

13-06-2019 04:06

It is nearly time for E3, the annual convention wherever
firms from round the world unite to indicate trailers for video games that
don’t really exist nonetheless. Are you ready? I’m ready.
The show runs from June eleven through June thirteen,
however the fun starts well before then. Beginning on Sunday, June 9, some of
the biggest video game publishers will hold press conferences to announce news,
show videos, and demonstrate how hip they are by dabbing on stage. Two huge
firms square measure skipping their ancient press conferences this year:
Semitic deity and Sony. Everyone else is back for another year of Video Game
Here’s the schedule (which we’ll update in the days leading
up to E3 if anything changes or we learn more).
Microsoft – Sunday, June 9, 1pm Pacific Time
The folks behind Xbox have been making fascinating moves
with Game Pass and xCloud, but they still have a lot to prove when it comes to
first-party games. It’s safe to expect Gears 5 and Halo Infinite, but what else
does Phil Spencer have hiding under his video game t-shirts? With Sony out of
the image, this will be the one remaining place for big third-party gameplay
trailers. Some safe guesses include Borderlands 3 and Cyberpunk 2077. And is it
too much to hope for a Rocksteady reveal?
Bethesda – Sunday, June 9, 5:30pm Pacific Time
After the disastrous launch of Fallout 76, it’ll be
interesting to see how Bethesda handles this one. Will they address their
online game’s issues? Ignore it in favor of Doom Eternal and whatever new
announcements they’ve got coming? Or just pay the entire time talking regarding
Quake Champions?
Ubisoft – Monday, June 10, 1pm Pacific Time
Ubisoft’s always good for a surprise or two, and this year
should be no exception. Assassin’s Creed is skipping this year, so don’t expect
to see Vikings just yet, but perhaps it’s time for Watch Dogs 3? We should get
a new look at Beyond Good & Evil 2. Maybe we’ll see Pioneer, the game that
was teased a few years ago and now looks very different than it once did.
Square Enix – Mon, June 10, 6pm Pacific Time
Last year’s Square Enix show was one of the most
disappointing E3 presentations in recent memory, in large part because the
publisher failed to even mention two of its biggest announced games, The
Avengers and Final Fantasy VII: Remake. This year, that should change. We hope.
Nintendo – Tuesday, June 11, 9am Pacific Time
As usual, Nintendo are holding a digital presentation to
speak regarding all things Switch, doubtless highlighted by Animal Crossing and
this year’s Pokémon games. We probably won’t see Metroid Prime 4, but we’ll
definitely see the new Fire Emblem and Super Mario Maker 2. One game we won’t
see: Reggie Fils-Aime. 😦
This year there are also a handful of smaller events,
including Devolver Digital (June 9, 7pm PT), the PC Gaming Show (June 10, 10am
PT), and the Kinda Funny Showcase (June 10, 4:30pm PT), all of which should be
good for at least a few interesting indie announcements.

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