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E3 2017: Here is the schedule for each of the big conferences

E3 is consistently the most exciting time of the year for gamers everywhere and this year should be no different. The event kicks off in just a handful of days, so if you want to tune in to any of the major conferences to catch the announcements live, then look no further, as we have listed each of the major announcement streams, with start times in multiple time zones.

Kicking off E3 this year is EA, which will be holding its conference on Saturday the 10th of June. The conference will be streamed on both YouTube Gaming and Twitch. Here are the start times:

  • West Coast US: 12PM (PDT)
  • East Coast US: 3PM (EDT)
  • Europe: 9PM (CEST)
  • UK: 8PM (BST)

On Sunday 11th June, Microsoft/Xbox will be first in line to make its announcements. This is where we are expecting the big Project Scorpio reveal. You can catch the Xbox conference on YouTube Gaming, Twitch and Mixer (Microsoft’s newly owned livestreaming platform). Here are the start times:

  • West Coast US: 2PM.
  • East Coast US: 5PM.
  • Europe: 11PM
  • UK: 10PM.

Shortly after, Bethesda will be holding its own conference. We don’t know exactly what to expect from this one but personally I’m hoping for a new Wolfenstein. A new mainline Elder Scrolls game seems unlikely but it’s always fun to dream big. This conference will be live on YouTube Gaming and Twitch. Here are the start times:

  • West Coast US: 9PM.
  • East Coast US: 12PM
  • Europe: 6AM (Monday morning)
  • UK: 5AM (Monday morning).

On Monday the 12th of June we are treated to a trio of big conferences, the first of which will be the PC Gaming Show. The PC Gaming conference is still very new to E3, so major changes are still happening and we never quite know what to expect. This year, it is being sponsored by Intel, after spending the last two years under AMD’s financial backing. This conference will also be on YouTube Gaming and Twitch. Here are the start times:

  • West Coast US: 10AM
  • East Coast US: 1PM
  • Europe: 7PM
  • UK: 6PM.

Immediately after that, Ubisoft will take the stage. This is where we will finally get to see the return of Assassin’s Creed, we may also end up seeing gameplay for Far Cry 5. South Park: The Fractured But Whole was a big focus point at E3 last year, so we may see slightly less of that. Beyond that, perhaps Ubisoft will reveal its Mario and Rabbids crossover. This conference will be live on YouTube Gaming and Twitch. Here are the start times:

  • West Coast US: 1PM
  • East Coast US: 4PM
  • Europe:  10PM
  • UK: 9PM.

Capping off Monday will be Sony/Playstation. We already know that God of War will be featured prominently. Beyond that though, the possibilities are endless due to Sony’s persistent partnerships and excellent first-party studio support. Personally, I’m hoping for Insomniac’s Spiderman game to make an appearance. However, Uncharted 4’s expansion, Days Gone and The Last of Us 2 all seem like safe bets. This conference will be live on YouTube Gaming and Twitch. Here are the start times:

  • West Coast US: 6PM
  • East Coast US: 9PM
  • Europe: 3AM (Tuesday morning)
  • UK: 2AM (Tuesday morning).

Finally, wrapping up E3 this year will be Nintendo on Tuesday the 13th of June. With Super Mario Odyssey coming up, I’d expect to see plenty of that. Perhaps the long-rumoured Pokemon Stars will also appear, alongside some other brand new Nintendo Switch exclusives. Unlike the other conferences in this list, Nintendo’s stream is a Nintendo Direct, which you will be able to catch directly on Nintendo’s website, though there will likely be various re-streams of it on Twitch/YouTube. Here are the start times:

  • West Coast US: 9AM.
  • East Coast US: 12PM.
  • Europe: 6PM.
  • UK: 5PM.

KitGuru Says: That just about wraps it up for the major streams. Now all we need to do is wait for the festivities to begin. What are you looking forward to seeing at E3 this year? Are there any announcements you hope to see? 

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