E3 2018: schedules and conventions The great video game fair begins!

We are already on the verge of summer, which means that this year's E3 is upon us. The Electronic Entertainment Expo 2018, also known as E3, will bring together the largest consoles and video game developers on the planet for another year in Los Angeles to announce their most imminent (and future) projects. What will be the new bluff of this year? Will Sony drop any details on the future PS5? What will Nintendo surprise us with this time? Hello, Xbox, are you still there?

Start date of E3 and previous conferences

Although the official E3 start date is June 12, the weekend before the usual pre-conferences will begin. Conferences that are held at the Los Angeles Convention Center and that will bring together the most important developers in the sector.

  • Date of the conferences prior to E3: From June 9 to 12.
  • Date of the E3 fair: June 12-14.

E3 2018 conference schedule

The conferences of the main video game developers will begin this Saturday, June 9 at the hands of Electronic Arts and will end with the presentation of Nintendo on Tuesday, June 12.

In the following calendar prepared by Vandal, you can see the schedules for all Spanish-speaking countries.

If you are in any other corner of the world ...

Where can we follow all the events and conferences of this year's E3 from?

That is the big question. All the major video game portals and specialized media will have moved to Los Angeles, so we only have to go to our favorite guild websites to be aware of all the announcements that will be produced during the duration of the fair.

We can also follow the lectures through YouTube. Many channels will broadcast developer press conferences live. A good place to start might be the YouTube Live at E3 channel.

Press conferences: a review of what is to come

Video game companies always have an ace up their sleeves, but from what we have been able to know so far, these are some of the announcements that we could see in this E3 2018.

Electronic Arts / EA Play

Electronic Arts has decided to call their event "EA Play," but basically, it's EA's conference at E3. Some of the games that we could see announced:

  • FIFA 19
  • Madden 19
  • Anthem
  • Some surprise indie game
  • Battlefield 5
  • Star Wars games

One of the most anticipated titles is undoubtedly Anthem, a game that we could already see something of at the previous E3 in 2017.

Square enix

With Square Enix you never know. The same gives you the surprise as they leave you with a stupid face for another year. One can never be trusted, but some of the games that we could have new news about would be the following:

  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider
  • Square Enix Collective Showreel
  • Kingdom hearts 3
  • Crystal Dynamics ’Avengers Game
  • Sequel to Life is Strange
  • Project Octopath Traveler
  • Final Fantasy VII Remake
  • New content for Final Fantasy XIV
  • Dragon Quest Builders 2

Ubisoft

Ubisoft will likely release information regarding Assasin's Creed Oddysey, a game that has already been confirmed. Besides that, we could also find titles like these:

  • The Division 2
  • The Crew 2
  • Just dance

They could also present some kind of platform to offer games as services, and maybe something from Watch Dogs 3 and Beyond Good and Evil 2.

You can follow the Ubisoft conference live from the following YouTube stream:

Bethesda

Bethesda once again has its own space at this E3, and as always it will be loaded with games. Some who might poke their heads out of your lecture:

  • Rage 2
  • Fallout 76
  • Arkane's next project.
  • Updates for The Elder Scrolls Online

Microsoft

Bill Gates's company wants to be noticed, and I am convinced that it will not hesitate to come loaded with good intentions. We'll see if it meets expectations in the end.

  • Crackdown 3
  • Forza Horizon 4
  • Sea of ​​Thieves
  • Ori and the Will of the Wisps

In addition to these games, Microsoft could surprise with some backward compatibility feature for the Xbox One X.

We can follow the Microsoft conference from the company's own streaming HERE.

Nintendo

The Japanese company will not have a conference at E3 2018. In exchange, it will hold a special Nintendo Direct to announce news and a few mini-presentations. These news will only be related to games that will be released this year for the Switch.

  • Super Smash Bros (Switch)
  • Pokemon: Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee (Switch)
  • Yoshi (Switch)

It seems like it's still too early for games like Metroid Prime 4, but you never know. We will have to be attentive to his YouTube channel so as not to lose detail.

Sony PlayStation

The Sony conference will once again be at dawn for European users. The good news is that they do not usually last more than an hour. Some of the news we can expect:

  • The Last of Us Part 2
  • Days gone
  • Spider-man
  • Ghost of tsushima
  • Death stranding
  • Dreams

Sony always does a show prior to the official presentation, a place where we could see other titles and fresh material announced first hand.

We can follow Sony's E3 from the PlayStation channel on YouTube.

PC Gaming Show

PC hardware and games also have their moment of glory at E3. At the PC Gaming Show we will be able to see some of the most outstanding news for desktop gamers. Some brands, video games and devices that will make an appearance:

  • Oculus Rift
  • Stardock entertainment
  • Tripwire Interactive
  • Acer
  • Unlikely
  • Frontier
  • Team 17

And well, with this more or less we can get an idea of ​​what we could find at E3 this 2018. What title or company do you think will sweep this year at E3?

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