Dates and Schedules of All E3 Conferences | E3 2018

e3 2018 - Dates and Schedules of All E3 Conferences

E3 2018 is nearly upon us!  With less than one month until all of the game announcements and coverage kicks off, The Game Fanatics want to make sure you know the dates and schedules of each E3 conference.

The following is the list of all the scheduled Developer/Publisher Conferences.  This list will be updated as changes and additions are made.

*All times are based on Pacific Standard Timezone.*

Saturday, June 9th 

Electronic Arts –  11:00am PST

Games We Think They’ll Cover:

  • Anthem
  • Madden 2019
  • Fifa 2019
  • NBA Live 2019
  • Unannounced IPs

Games We Wish We’ll See:

  • Skate 4
  • Fight Night
  • Burnout (Franchise)

Sunday, June 10th

Microsoft – 1:00pm PST

Games We Think They’ll Cover:

  • Crackdown 3
  • Halo
  • Gears of War
  • Forza
  • Unannounced IPs

Games We Wish They’ll Cover:

  • Fable (Franchise)
  • Viva Pinata

Bethesda – 6:30pm PST

Games We Think They’ll Cover:

  • Elder Scrolls VI
  • Prey
  • Rage 2
  • Unannounced IPs

Monday, June 11th

Square Enix – 10:00 am PST

Games We Think They’ll Cover:

  • Final Fantasy VII Remake
  • Final Fantasy XV DLC
  • Hitman
  • Tomb Raider
  • Kingdom Hearts III
  • Unannounced IPs

Games We Wish They’ll Cover:

  • Final Fantasy VIII Remake

Check out our 5 Biggest Square Enix E3 2018 Predictions for more details on news!

Ubisoft – 1:00 pm PST

The Division 2 - Dates and Schedules of All E3 ConferencesGames We Think They’ll Cover:

  • The Division 2
  • Ghost Recon Wildlands DLC
  • Rayman (Franchise)
  • Splinter Cell (Franchise)
  • Unannounced IPs

Sony – TBA

Games They’ll Cover:  Sony has announced its main focus this year will be the following for games.

  • The Last of Us 2
  • Ghosts of Tsushima
  • Death Stranding
  • Spider-Man

Games We Hope They’ll Cover:

  • Uncharted (Franchise)
  • God of War (DLC)
  • MLB: The Show
  • Unannounced IPs

Tuesday, June 12th

Nintendo – 9:00 am PST

Games We Think They’ll Cover:

  • Super Smash Bros – Switch Edition
  • Mario Party
  • Yoshi
  • Pokemon on Switch

Games We Wish They’ll Cover:

  • Metroid Prime 4 (Franchise)
  • Legend of Zelda (Franchise)
  • F-Zero
  • Animal Crossing Switch

The Game Fanatics will be providing coverage all week long right here on our website, we’ll also be vlogging on our YouTube channel, updating our SoundCloud with podcasts and hot takes, going live on our Facebook and Instagram accounts, and live tweeting as well. After all, the overwhelming excitement can’t be contained on just one social media platform!

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