Enjoy the show from the comforts of your couch
We’re during the”first day” of E3, pre-show flooring, where every significant video game business shows off the following year or two of Things You Will Play. EA is done and now starts with Microsoft and finishes with Bethesda.
Although the show floor does not open till Tuesday, the press conferences — i.e. in which the businesses announce and release trailers for all — begin this Saturday, and they are being streamed live so which you can enjoy from house. Here’s what you may expect from each, and if / where you can watch the largest occasions.
When: Saturday, June 10th at 12PM PT / 3PM ET
What: You want Star Wars? EA will possess a minumum of one, possibly two matches to show off. You need sports? EA will possess sports including the very first FIFA game for Switch (although it won’t necessarily be the same as everybody else’s FIFA). Do you want more Sims?? I mean, it is EA — there will probably be Sims, too.
When: Sunday, June 11th at 2PM PT / 5PM ET
What: Scorpio. Scorpio. Scorpio. Maybe Halo. Not VR. Scorpio.
How to see : Microsoft is supplying a myriad ways to watch this season, including 4K choices on YouTube and Mixer. You can also watch on Twitch, Facebook, Twitter, your Xbox, and Fuse — the TV station.
After: Sunday, June 11th at 9PM PT / 12AM ET
What: Bethesda’s been teasing at least two brand new games in the form of a cartoon”Bethesdaland” map with just two sections still”under construction.” Rumor has it we’ll finally be visiting Starfield, a sci-fi open-universe RPG, along with various sequels to the organization’s large franchises. And if past years are any indication, there’ll be a surprise cellular game releasing soon after the final musical act (yes, there’s a musical act).
After: Monday, June 12th at 10AM PT / 1PM ET
What: Polygon includes a great rundown of the show, which features a huge array of developers big and small.
How to watch: View the showcase live on Twitch, Facebook or YouTube
When: Monday, June 12th at 1PM PT / 4PM ET
What’s Far Cry 5 is already poised to be one of the more controversial games of this show, along with also the rumored Rabbids / Mario crossover will almost probably be the most disturbing. Ubisoft is also rumored to be showing off Assassin’s Creed: Origins — not as controversial — and confirmed to be talking about the delayed South Park sequel.
After: Monday, June 12th at 6PM PT / 9PM ET
What: Last year, Sony showed off an impressive slate of games: Death Stranding, Spider-Man, Days Gone, The Last of Us Part two plus a new God of War. None of that have come out yet, so expect to see more of each this season combined with an increasing number of games. After all, it is what Sony does best at E3.
Tuesday, June 13thNintendo Direct
When: Tuesday, June 13th at 9AM PT / 12PM ET
What: Like Breath of the Wild this past year, Nintendo’s floor area at E3 will be almost exclusively focused on Mario Odyssey, along with the company’s Nintendo Direct flow will likely devote a good chunk of time on the match, also, along with Splatoon two and maybe a new Fire Emblem. As for that which beloved franchise Nintendo brings to the Switch alongside a surprise statement, while we’d love that to be Super Smash Bros.. , there is no telling when Nintendo would like to bring to the Switch next until a Mii version of its executives announces it.