With E3 just around the corner, APGNation takes a look at the schedule and some of the biggest press conferences and announcements. All times below are US PDT. The main press conferences start on Sunday at 6:30 PM with the Bethesda conference. With the official trailer of Fallout 4 already having been released, there is little doubt that Fallout 4 will be a major feature in their event. The first Monday conference is Microsoft at 9:30 AM. With Halo Guardians being one of the biggest games on the horizon for the Xbox, expect to see it feature in their conference. Microsoft has also teased at a Plants Vs Zombies title being announced at the event. According to Twitter, Oculus will also be with Microsoft discussing the new Rift controller. EA takes the first-afternoon slot on Monday at 1:00 PM. With the yearly sports titles, including
EA takes the first afternoon slot on Monday at 1:00 PM. Yearly sports titles, including Madden 16 and FIFA 16, are likely to feature in the EA conference though many will be hoping for news on the reboot of Mirrors Edge known as Mirrors Edge Catalyst that has been so long in the making. An image posted on Twitter also hints at a new Need for Speed and the next Star Wars Battlefront. EA will be live streaming their press event and will be giving away 400 free games over the course of the event. After that, Ubisoft takes to the stage at 3:00 PM. Ubisoft will likely want to show off gameplay from the new Assassin’s Creed game, Assassins Creed Syndicate, and the new Rainbow Six game and The Division also being set to feature. Sony is the last major conference on Monday, starting at 6:00 PM. Everyone will be looking to Sony for information on the new Dark Souls game that was leaked earlier this month, but there are also likely to be gameplay from the new remastered Uncharted games and information on Uncharted 4. Sony will also be hosting a PlayStation LiveCast show at 12:00 PM on Tuesday, where they’ve promised debut gameplay footage and developer interviews.
Tuesday, the final day of press conference, starts with the Nintendo Digital Event at 9:00 AM. Nintendo will also be exhibiting Super Smash Bros 3DS and Wii U, alongside new DLC and content, on Sunday, along with a host of other games throughout the event. Nintendo are also set to show their World Championships, with 16 of the world’s best Nintendo players will go head to head. in a gauntlet of eight different titles ranging from Splatoon to Legend of Zelda and a few surprises. Nintendo has also hinted that announcements will be made between matches during the show. Nintendo is followed by Square-Enix at 10:00 AM. The newest addition to the Deus Ex franchise will probably have gameplay shown after the trailer was released. Just Cause 3 may also be set to feature. Finally, there’ll be the PC Gaming Show at 5:00 PM. With the likes of Blizzard and Paradox being absent from their events, it is likely they will feature in the event hosted in part by PC Gamer. Expect to see Legacy of the Void and Hearts of Iron IV if they do attend. Aside from the main conferences there is a host of other new games to be announced and featured, including the new XCOM title and Lego Dimensions, which are set to feature. Indiecade also has a list of indie games that are scheduled to be at E3, with games such as Back to Bed being featured amongst other independent games. The main events are also to be live streamed for those at home, check out Twitch for all the events.
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