E3 2018 Press Conference And What to Expect

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It’s that time of the year again, and I don’t mean Christmas. We are only weeks away from E3 2018, the biggest annual gaming show in Los Angeles. Every June, the best and brightest talents of the industry will head to E3 to showcase their latest games to the world.

Here’s the E3 2018 press conference schedule and where you can watch it.

Publisher

Date & Time Local Time
EA June 9, 11am PT June 10, 2am
Microsoft June 10, 1pm PT June 11, 4am
Bethesda June 10, 6.30pm PT June 11, 9.30am
Square Enix June 11, 10am PT June 12, 1am
Ubisoft June 11, 1pm PT June 12, 4am
Sony June 11, 6pm PT June 12, 9am
Nintendo June 12, 9am PT

June 13, 12am

You can watch it all on http://www.youtube.com/e3

We would be watching most if not all the conferences, but here’s what we expect from the conferences:

Sony

With the PS4 Pro just introduced 2 years ago, we shouldn’t be hearing anything too major in terms of major hardware. We are likely to see new trailers, gameplay footage, development updates of the main exclusives and announcements from third party publishers and indie developers.

Games to look out for: Death Stranding, Ghost of Tsushima, Spider-Man and the Last of Us Part 2.

 

Nintendo

With Super Smash Bros teased for a Switch released 2 months back, we can safely assume that it will be the showcase for Nintendo’s conference. Especially since the teaser trailer suggested a 2018 release window for the much awaited exclusive title. Metroid Prime 4 was announced to be in development on the Nintendo switch in last year’s E3 conference. Be sure to sit tight for this conference, as we expect another conference that will pack a punch.

Games to look out for: Super Smash Bros, New Pokémon game and Metroid Prime 4.

 

EA

Be sure to see annual sports titles (Madden 19, FIFA 19, NBA Live 19). Look out for a new battlefield game, of which nothing is known of what the game will involve. We might also get more details on Anthem, a new game from Bioware.

Games to look out for: Anthem, Annual Titles, Battlefield

 

Square Enix

They are back on stage to E3 this year with an absence last year. We hope to have more development news on Final Fantasy 7 Remake, which is now 3 years since its official announcement in 2015. For the love of god, Kingdom Hearts 3, please give us a release date this time. Be sure to hear more on the new Tomb Raider sequel, Shadow of the Tomb Raider. I need my fair share of treasure hunting and tomb raiding.

Games to look out for: Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Kingdom Hearts 3, Shadow of The Tomb Raider.


At TMR, we are very excited for more news on games like Ace Combat 7, Death Stranding, Kingdom Hearts 3, Call of Duty Black Ops 4. We must not forget to mention that CD Projekt Red, the developer behind the Witcher series, is developing a new RPG, Cyberpunk 2077. Here’s to hoping we get more details on the title.

Let us know what games you are excited for at the comments below.

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