E3 2018 is just around the corner, so here’s everything you need to know about video games’ biggest event of the year.
For the second year in a row, E3 is open to the public as well as press, but we’ll be there, in amongst it all, to bring you the biggest and best stories from the show floor.
Before that happens, though, here’s what we know about who’s going and what they are likely showing.
E3 2018 start date
E3 2018 runs from June 12-14 in Los Angeles.
As is becoming increasingly normal, some of the biggest publishers have opted to not show off their reveals during the show, instead making an event of their own from nearby. Here’s a rundown of what and when.
E3 Conference dates and times
With many of the big players opting for their own shows, E3 extends well beyond the two days of the main convention.
EA: June 9 – 2:00pm ET – 7:00pm BST
Microsoft: June 10 – 4:00pm ET / 9:00pm BST
Bethesda: June 10 – 9:30pm ET / June 11 – 2:30am BST
Devolver Digital: June 10 – 11:00pm ET / June 11 – 4:00am BST
Square Enix: June 11 – 1:00pm ET /6:00pm BST
Ubisoft: June 11 – 4:00pm ET / 9:00pm BST
Sony: June 11 – 9:00pm ET/ June 12 2:00am BST
Nintendo: June 12 – 12:00pm ET / 5:00pm BST
We will bring you more times as the publishers announce them.
E3 2018 where to watch – livestreams
If you’re excited for this year’s announcements, the best way to experience the event is to watch it live so you can join the conversation on your social media platform of choice. If that’s something you want to do, we’ve got you covered.
The links below are for there Twitch pages of each brand