Complete E3 2019 press conference schedule
Update 05/09: Added Nintendo's Direct timing to the schedule.
Original Story: E3 2019 is almost here and though Sony won't be taking part this year for their usual conference, that doesn't mean there won't be any amazing reveals happening.
With Microsoft absolutely nailing their showcase last year, the fact that Team Green is boasting the biggest year yet for Xbox fans is exciting. From studio acquisitions, to more Gears of War goodness, there's a lot of surprises in store for fans of the Xbox platform.
Square Enix also has a few surprises up their sleeve, including more information on the highly anticipated Avengers Project and hopefully some more Final Fantasy VII remake news.
To help you plan out when and where you need to tune in, here's the full press conference schedule leading up to the actual showroom floor debut:
Friday - June 7th
- EA Play will once again be at the Hollywood Palladium from the 7th to the 9th. Hands-on play, a few staggering surprises, and more awaits for the latest event. It's also the first year that EA is giving it "back to the gamers" with less talk and more game time.
Saturday - June 8th
- Nintendo will be offering an eSports tournament for the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate World Championship as well as the Splatoon 2 World Championship.
Sunday - June 9th
- Microsoft's showcase will commence at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET. Some are speculating that the team might be hiding a hardware reveal, though new studio acquisition news is also widely prevelant.
Monday - June 10th
- Ubisoft and Limited Run Games has a showcase on June 10th. The biggest rumor surrounding Ubisoft is a hopeful Watch Dogs 3 announcement, especially with a Ghost Recon reveal coming later this week.
Tuesday - June 11th
- The 11th kicks off the showroom floor though historically speaking, Nintendo has always had a pre-recorded conference that airs during this time as well, and it will be no different this year! Nintendo announced they will have the usual Nintendo Direct presentation at 10am ET/5pm UK time.
The show itself runs from June 11th through the 13th and will once again be open to the public!Back To Top