All of the E3 2017 press conferences are upon us, and you’re going to want to make some space in your diary as we bring you all of the big news the moment that it breaks. Of course, you’re going to need to know exactly when each media briefing is scheduled to take place, which is where we come in: we’ve put together a massive schedule to help you to ensure you don’t miss a thing.
Remember, we’ll be bringing you all of these press conferences live on Push Square, complete with live blogs, live chat, and more. We’ll also bring you all of the headlines and our usual witty reaction all throughout the week, so set up your bookmarks and strap yourself in, because we suspect it’s going to be another bumpy ride this year.
Electronic Arts (EA Play 2017)
When is EA's E3 2017 press conference?
Saturday, 10th June @ 12PM PDT
- North America: 12pm PDT / 1pm MDT / 2pm CDT / 3pm EDT
- UK/Ire: 8pm BST
- Europe: 9pm CEST / 10pm EEST
- Asia/Oceania: 4am JST / 3am AWST / 5am AEST
What should you expect at EA's E3 2017 press conference?
Electronic Arts isn’t at E3 2017, it just so happens to be holding its own EA Play 2017 event in Los Angeles the weekend before the big show itself. This is, in everything but name, an E3 press conference, then – and you can expect the following titles to hit the stage: Star Wars Battlefront 2, FIFA 18, Madden NFL 18, NHL 18, NBA Live 18, and Need for Speed: Payback. We’re also likely to get updates on Unravel 2, the new game from Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons director Josef Fares, and potentially a first look at Project Dylan from BioWare.
When is Bethesda's E3 2017 press conference?
Sunday, 11th June @ 9PM PDT
- North America: 9pm PDT / 10pm MDT / 11pm CDT / 12am EDT
- UK/Ire: 5am BST
- Europe: 6am CEST / 7am EEST
- Asia/Oceania: 1pm JST / 12pm AWST / 2pm AEST
What should you expect at Bethesda's E3 2017 press conference?
Bethesda’s quickly becoming an E3 stalwart as it readies to raise the curtain on its third annual press conference. Its debut was a barnstorming affair, paced perfectly and packed with highlights. Last year? Less successful. But with sequels for Wolfenstein and The Evil Within expected, as well as some surprises we’re sure, this year’s lineup’s looking bright.
When is Devolver Digital's E3 2017 press conference?
Sunday, 11th June @ 10PM PDT
- North America: 10pm PDT / 11pm MDT / 12am CDT / 1am EDT
- UK/Ire: 6am BST
- Europe: 7am CEST / 8am EEST
- Asia/Oceania: 2pm JST / 1pm AWST / 3pm AEST
What should you expect at Devolver Digital's E3 2017 press conference?
Indie publisher Devolver Digital is ditching its obligatory PlayStation press conference montage for its own show this time. We’re not entirely sure whether this is going to end up being a big gag – the company rarely takes itself too seriously – but if it plays this straight then expect a selection of top-notch digital releases from studios all around the globe.
When is Ubisoft's E3 2017 press conference?
Monday, 12th June @ 1PM PDT
- North America: 1pm PDT / 2pm MDT / 3pm CDT / 4pm EDT
- UK/Ire: 9pm BST
- Europe: 10pm CEST / 11pm EEST
- Asia/Oceania: 5am JST / 4am AWST / 6am AEST
What should you expect at Ubisoft's E3 2017 press conference?
Monday is usually the busiest day of E3 action, but with EA and Microsoft deciding to move things to the weekend, then Ubisoft will be kickstarting the fun early in the afternoon. The French publisher’s already announced that we can expect to see the likes of Far Cry 5 and The Crew 2 during its show, but you should also anticipate a big Assassin’s Creed Origins expose, as well as updates on some of the company’s “service” games, like Rainbow Six Siege and The Division.
When is Sony PlayStation's E3 2017 press conference?
Monday, 12th June @ 6PM PDT
- North America: 6pm PDT / 7pm MDT / 8pm CDT / 9pm EDT
- UK/Ire: 2am BST
- Europe: 3am CEST / 4am EEST
- Asia/Oceania: 10am JST / 9am AWST / 11am AEST
What should you expect at Sony PlayStation's E3 2017 press conference?
Save the best until last? Sony’s been cruising through E3, eclipsing the competition since 2013 – but this year it feels like anticipation is at its lowest ebb. The platform holder’s already outlined that we can expect updates on God of War, Days Gone, and Spider-Man – all three of which are likely to feature heavily during its press conference. But what of PlayStation VR? And is there any chance we’ll see The Last of Us: Part II? The company’s keeping its cards close to its chest, which could go two ways.
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