E3 2018 Conference

E3 2018 Conference Line Up: Entire Conference Timetable, including Nintendo, PlayStation, and Xbox


Coming week is a massive week for all the video game lovers as the grand E3 event is going to be held in Los Angeles and all the latest titles will get disclosed in a whirl of press conferences. The 24th Electronic Entertainment Expo will once again take place at the Convention Centre in Los Angeles, with Sony and Microsoft holding press conferences in the days ahead. Once again the Electronic Arts will operate a separate EA play event from 9-11th June 2018 at the Hollywood Palladium, including the details about BioWare’s Anthem and Battlefield V. The Bethesda Softworks E3 press conference is schedules for 6:30pm local time on 10th June, before the Developer Digital that’s around 8pm. Ubisoft by the Assassins Creed are scheduled the next day at 1pm, getting squeezed between the Square Enix at 10am, and the PC gaming Show at 3pm.

Microsoft Xbox is schedules at 9pm U.K. time, and Sony PlayStation conference will take at UK time 11pm on June 12. Nintendo Switch conference will be followed on the same day at 5pm UK time and will last for an hour. Reuters E3 2017 witnessed the unboxing of the Xbox One X by Microsoft, and made the last summer to be remembered. Whilst the declaration of this year may not be the game-changing, but Microsoft is still corking up its next huge launch, Crackdown 3 that has an imprecise release date during spring 2018. Sony’s conference will start on 11th June, Monday. Any fams who are anticipating for a PS5 to unfold will sadly get disappointed, since the gaming juggernaut has already undergone confirmation and they don’t hold any new hardware to display.

The apt place for watching the most awaited E3 events is either on Twitch, Facebook, or on YouTube. The video sharing sites have exclusive E3 streams that will be covering all the giant conferences and displaying several other gameplay clips and news from this event. The regular Nintendo, PlayStation, WB Games, and Xbox may go for live streaming separately on their respective channels. Stay hooked to the section of Mirror.co.uk.