One of Earth’s biggest and most important gaming events, E3, will be happening on 12th-14th June 2018 at California’s Los Angeles Convention Center. As the video game industry continues to share and tease more information regarding their involvement with the annually-held convention, three had already share the juicy deets on their showcases:
The company behind hits such as Wolfenstein, The Evil Within and Elder Scrolls series will be having their showcase on 10th June. In the video above, a few characters from the company’s best-selling franchises; namely Fallout, Dishonored and the aforementioned Elder Scrolls. Additionally, for those who are not able to attend the showcase, you can watch it live on Twitch, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook or here at Bethesda.net. Bethesda also revealed that official invitations containing additional event and registration details will be sent out at a later date.
Do note that if you wish to watch EA’s conference livestream, it will be happening at 2am Malaysian time (10th June). On the upside, EA promises to reveal a lot of stuff in their announcements. They will be showcasing the next Battlefield game, Anthem and “some of your favourite EA SPORTS games”. Then, on 11th June, EA will have developer interviews, behind-the-scenes at EA PLAY content, and more. According to EA, “our network of EA channels—EA.com, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram—will be your online home throughout the event for inside access into all our games.” More importantly, EA PLAY is open to the public and free of charge!
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Microsoft is collaborating with Entertainment Software Association (E3 organisers) to hold their E3 showcases in Microsoft Theater, across the street from the Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC). According to Microsoft, Microsoft Theater will be home to official E3 events like the Xbox E3 2018 Briefing on June 10, 2018 at 1pm PT (4am, 11th June Malaysian time), various Xbox FanFest activities, hands-on gameplay and demos for all E3 attendees and more. Additionally, Microsoft will have a booth at LACC that focuses on Mixer, where attendees can “play, stream and interact with games and catch the latest E3 news live throughout the entire week.”
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