It always seems most fitting that Nintendo caps off the E3 presentations, and traditionally leads directly to the opening of the E3 show floor itself. Though Nintendo hasn’t stood on a stage at E3 for some time for its main show, these E3...
E3 2019 officially kicks off on the 11th June and runs until Friday the 14th June.
However, EA kicks the entire party off on Friday the 7th June with the very first day of EA Play. Microsoft, Ubisoft, Square Enix and Bethesda are all hosting live E3 conferences, while Nintendo will be sticking to their successful combo of Nintendo Directs and round-the-clock Treehouse Live coverage.
This year, Sony has bowed out of E3 altogether… though we wouldn’t be surprised if one of the new State of Play Nintendo Direct-style streams happened to take place during that week in June…
Please check out the timetable for all the E3 conferences below. As we approach the week we’ll be laying out a bit more information on what we’re looking forward to and what we expect. During the week itself we’ll be updating daily with the latest from each of the big conferences and bits and pieces in between.
|Sunday, June 9|
|Microsoft||1:00 PM PT / 9:00 PM BST|
|Bethesda||5:30 PM PT / 1:30 AM (10th) BST|
|Devolver Digital||7:00 PM PT / 3:00 AM (10th) BST|
|Monday, June 10|
|Ubisoft||1:00 PM PT / 9:00 PM BST|
|Square Enix||6:00 PM PT / 2:00 AM (11th) BST|
|Tuesday, June 11|
|Nintendo||9:00 AM PT / 5:00 PM BST|
Square Enix’s 30 minute livestream last year was a disappointing follow up to an already disappointing live stage conference in 2017. Not a lot was really announced and one major absence – the Avengers project that’s been entirely...