Update: After one comment on Twitter suggested the Microsoft booth might be getting smaller, Xbox marketing chief Aaron Greenberg suggested that the map below isn't accurate. He didn't go into any more detail than that, but it's worth bearing in mind.
Original: E3 2018's official website has just been updated to bring us useful info about the show, as the preliminary floor plan and the price of the tickets for the general public have been revealed.
A Business Pass for professionals costs $995 USD while the Gamer Pass' regular price is $249, served on a first-come, first-served basis. The first 1,000 passes were sold at $149, but those went quickly.
Below is the preliminary floor plan (created by Resetera user Rösti), revealing that there aren't many changes from previous years. Nintendo and Sony will one again take up a lot of space in the West Hall, accompanied by medium-size competitors, while Microsoft will stay in the South Hall with the biggest third parties. Electronic Arts, Blizzard, and Rockstar are again among the absent names.
Are you hyped for this year's E3 already?