It seems to come around at such a speed that it's hard to believe the last E3 was an entire year ago. The biggest event in gaming kicks off imminently, and with hype beginning to reach peak levels, we here at Push Square are happy to tell you that we'll be streaming each relevant press conference live. As such, we've put together this handy little article to ensure that you don't miss out on any surprises. For those who cover the industry, E3 tends to represent a marathon of non-stop news writing, but for you lot, all you need to do is peruse the schedule that we've put together below, and make sure to have all those snacks at the ready.

EA's E3 2014 Press Conference

EA's presser will be the first that we stream this year, and it should boast a hefty amount of exciting games. Already confirmed to be putting in appearances are Mirror's Edge 2, Dragon Age: Inquisition, and Star Wars: Battlefront. Of course, EA Sports will also take to the stage, and we may even get a glimpse of the next Mass Effect.

Starting times:

Monday, 9th June
12:00PM PDT (Los Angeles)
15:00PM EDT (New York)
20:00PM BST (London)
21:00PM CEST (Berlin)

Tuesday, 10th June
03:00AM AWST (Perth)

EA's conference will last one hour.

Ubisoft's E3 2014 Press Conference

Ubisoft's stage shows are often good for a laugh, but there's no doubt that it usually brings what matters: the games. This year, we can expect the French publisher to show off Assassin's Creed: Unity and Far Cry 4, but we wouldn't be surprised if it ended on a big note once again, wowing the audience with a new property as it seems so fond of doing.

Starting times:

Monday, 9th June
15:00PM PDT (Los Angeles)
18:00PM EDT (New York)
23:00PM BST (London)

Tuesday, 10th June
12:00AM CEST (Berlin)
06:00AM AWST (Perth)

Ubisoft's conference will last one hour.

Sony's E3 2014 Press Conference

There's no doubt that Sony will be concentrating on the PlayStation 4 this year, with the likes of Uncharted PS4 and The Order: 1886 making themselves known. Luckily, we've already penned an article all about the Japanese giant's 2014 presser that you can drool over by clicking through here. That said, it's still difficult to predict all of the company's moves – especially when it's been so suspiciously quiet lately.

Starting times:

Monday, 9th June
18:00PM PDT (Los Angeles)
21:00PM EDT (New York)

Tuesday, 10th June
02:00AM BST (London)
03:00AM CEST (Berlin)
09:00AM AWST (Perth)

Sony's conference will last 90 minutes.


Will you be joining us for these three conferences? We sure hope so. Feel free to detail your hopes and fears in the comments section below, and please try to keep that hype bottled up until the appropriate time.