E3 2019 Is Coming

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E3 2019 Is Coming

Sony will not attend the show or host its usual press conference, while Electronic Arts also won't technically be at E3 itself. Ultimate will likely be during the scheduled tournaments Nintendo has going on for those games during the weekend before E3 2019 officially starts. Everything will be streamed online, so if you are curious about the program and hours, we are giving you some information.

The Xbox One E3 2019 press conference takes place at 9pm United Kingdom time on June 9. After that, at 10 AM PT, Apex Legends is next. We already knew that Nintendo would be focusing on 2019 games at E3 this year and now the company has gone a step further and revealed the exact games that will be playable on the show floor. Additionally, Gears 5 could be showcased on stage, along with Halo: Infinite, Age of Empires and a new Fable title. Perhaps more details will be given about the streaming service Project xCloud and its next-generation hardware. And while unlikely, there's a chance Bethesda could offer a few more details on "The Elder Scrolls 6" or "Starfield". If we listen to Todd Howard, the executive producer of Bethesda, he said that the company doesn't plan to show anything new for now. The company will show the new title Rebellion, and maybe various numbers of developers such as Chucklefish, Raw Fury, Annapurna Interactive, Epic Games, Perfect World Entertainment, and Paradox Entertainment. If you are hoping to hear news about the Assassins' Creed, don't get your hopes up. Everything gets underway at 9:15 AM PT / 12:15 PM ET / 5:15 PM BST (2:15 AM AET on June 9). And given the last two years, it isn't hard to imagine 2019's show following suit. Here's what's in store for gamers before the E3 show floor opens up on Tuesday. As it has in the past, Nintendo will be airing a pre-recorded Nintendo Direct to highlight some of its bigger games, like "Metroid Prime 4". You'll be able to watch right here on GameSpot, and we'll have full coverage of all the news that's shared.

Of course, Mixer won't be the only option for you to catch the Xbox Briefing; there'll also be their Twitch, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter channels as well.

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