Gaming companies are slowly telling us their schedule for E3. Here’s what we know so far:
Bethesda will have a conference on June 14 at 7pm PDT. You’ll be able to watch them live on their Twitch.
Microsoft’s conference will be on June 15 at 9:30am PDT. Phil Spencer confirmed they will announce a “new exclusive IP”. Their conference will be aired on Spike TV as well as streamed on Xbox’s website and on Xbox consoles. Microsoft will also be holding an even called Xbox Fanfest: E3 2015 in which 500 fans will have access to the briefing, VIP access to the Celebrity Challenge and Twitch Party. These 500 fans will also be able to be part of a meet-and-greet, have early access to games and more.
EA will have their conference on June 15 at 1pm PDT.
Ubisoft’s conference will be held on June 15 as well, but at 3pm PDT.
Sony will hold its conference on June 15 at 6pm PDT.
Nintendo has many things planned for E3, including a conference held on June 16 at 9am PDT. They’ve confirmed they will not be showing the new Legend of Zelda game.
Square Enix will also be having a conference on June 16 but at 10am PDT, which will be streamed on their Twitch channel.
PC Gaming Show will have their conference on June 16 at 5pm PDT. Sean Plott will host the show. Blizzard Entertainment, Humble Bundle and other speakers will join him to make their announcements.
Here are the games that have been confirmed on being showed in some way at E3:
Ubisoft: Assassin’s Creed Syndicate
2K Games: Battleborn
Larian Sudios: Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition
Microsoft: Forza 6
Nintendo: Mario Maker, Star Fox for Wii U
Wizards of the Coast: Magic Duels: Origins, Sword Coast Legends
Bandai Namco Entertainment: Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4
Harmonix: Rock Band 4
EA: Star Wars Battlefront
What are you most excited for at E3?