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Full E3 2017 Event Schedule

Times and dates for all the conferences: Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, EA, Ubisoft, Bethesda, and PC.

E3 2017 is less than a month away, and once again, there will be several publishers showing their best games at the biggest video game event in the world. But arguably the most exciting part happens before the expo actually starts, when several publishers make their big announcements at their respective press events, revealing their ambitious plans for the coming year. Below you will find the complete schedule for the conferences, with UK time (BST).

Electronic Arts
Date: Saturday, June 10
Time: 8:00 pm

EA will hold a three-day event called EA Play once again where all their upcoming titles will be shown. Visitors will have the opportunity to try some of these games, while the online audience will be treated to livestreams featuring interviews, gameplay, and other activities. The event will start with a 90-minute conference, and Need for Speed 2017, FIFA 18, and Star Wars Battlefront II are some of the games expected at the show.

Microsoft
Date: Sunday, June 11
Time: 10:00 pm

Microsoft's big focus for this year's conference will naturally be Project Scorpio. The company is betting strongly on this super-powered Xbox One, and should take advantage of the event to reveal the console's form, price, release date, and actual name (Project Scorpio is of course temporary). They are still likely to have some surprises up their collective sleeve, while Sea of Thieves, Forza 7, and Crackdown 3 are very likely to be in attendance. 343 Industries has also said it will reveal something, but it won't be Halo 6.

Bethesda
Date: Monday, June 12
Time: 5:00 am

This will be the third consecutive year that Bethesda is holding a press conference at E3, which shows the great confidence the publisher has in its lineup. Quake Champions should be one of the big bets, but there are rumours about some potential announcements, such as The Evil Within 2. Bethesda has already stated that they are working on three unannounced projects and that two of these games are "bigger than all Bethesda has done before". Curious? So are we.

PC Gaming Show
Date: Monday, June 12
Time: 6:00 pm

The platform isn't really represented by one big company, but that doesn't mean that it can't have its own pre-E3 event. The event is again organised by PC Gamer, supported by Intel, and promises "a mix of announcements, new trailers, gameplay videos, and updates on projects already announced". We know Xbox (?), BattleTech, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, and Total War: Warhammer II will be there. The "Master Race" is entitled to their very own conference, right?

Ubisoft
Date: Monday, June 12
Time: 9:00 pm

Ubisoft always provides one of the best conferences, even if they sometimes spend too much time on Just Dance. Far Cry 5 and The Crew 2 are some of the confirmed titles set to be present, but it seems likely that Assassin's Creed: Origins will also be premiered. South Park: The Fractured But Whole is also expected to make an appearance after numerous delays, but we expect even more surprises from Ubisoft. Time for a new Splinter Cell, perhaps?

Sony
Date: Tuesday, June 13
Time: 2:00 am

The long Monday night (stretching into Tuesday) ends with the Sony press conference, where the biggest surprises are traditionally revealed. God of War, Detroit: Become Human, Spider-Man, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, The Last of Us 2, and Days Gone are all likely to be present. Maybe Final Fantasy VII and Shenmue III will also make an appearance, but we also expect a few announcements to surprise us.

Nintendo
Date: Tuesday, June 13
Time: 5:00 pm

Nintendo no longer holds live conferences, preferring to present a special Direct broadcast, followed by a live show with interviews and gameplay clips. Super Mario Odyssey will be the highlight this year, but will there be surprises for the Nintendo Switch? We continue to hope for an announcement of Metroid Prime, but we are probably being overly optimistic with that one.

This is the full calendar of the conferences, and most will be streamed live at Gamereactor, so don't miss out! Otherwise, all the news and videos from each event will also be shared on the site, plus on-the-ground impressions and interviews.

Super Mario Odyssey
God of War, Detroit: Become Human, Days Gone, Spider-man
Crackdown 3, Sea of Thieves
Star Wars Battlefront II