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E3 2019 schedule: Here’s what we know so far

The E3 2019 doesn’t officially begin until 11 June 2019 (12 June in Malaysian time), but we’ve already begun to see a slew of news and teasers ahead of the expo, including news from EA’s livestream and Microsoft’s press conference.

With highly-anticipated announcements on next-gen gaming including Microsoft’s Xbox Project Scarlett, publishers have announced their E3 conferences ahead of time. Here’s a quick breakdown of the schedule so you can keep up to date with E3 2019:

Real-time conference schedule:

Note: All scheduled events below are stated in local time, Malaysia (MYT).

  • Google Stadia Connect (Friday, June 7 – 12:00 am)
  • EA Play livestream (Sunday, June 9 – 12:15 am)
  • Microsoft conference (Monday, June 10 – 4:00 am)
  • Bethesda conference (Monday, June 10 – 8:30 am)
  • Devolver Digital Press Conference (Monday, June 10 – 10 am)
  • PC Gaming Show (Tuesday, June 11 – 1:00 am)
  • Limited Run Games (Tuesday, June 11 – 3:00 am)
  • Ubisoft conference (Tuesday, June 11 – 4:00 am)
  • Kinda Funny Showcase (Tuesday, June 11 – 7:30 am)
  • Square Enix conference (Tuesday, June 11 – 9:00 am)
  • Nintendo Direct conference (Wednesday, June 12 – 12:00 am)

Conspicuous by its absence, Sony Playstation has surprised many by deciding not to attend E3 this year. According to Gamespot, Sony has decided against attending the video game conference this year for the first time in E3 history to “explor[e] new and familiar ways to engage our community in 2019.”

EA Play 2019, while not being an official E3 conference, still gave out plenty during a set of livestreams in the early hours of Sunday morning. Headlined by a gameplay reveal for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, EA also unveiled expansion packs for Sims 4 and Season 2 of Apex Legends, among others. Fans of popular franchise, the FIFA series, will also be pleased to hear that FIFA 20 will bring back a de-facto ‘FIFA Street’ mode—FIFA 20 Volta Football.

More updates (and full rundowns of conferences) will be provided as E3 2019 progresses, including details on Microsoft’s Xbox Project Scarlett and the upcoming Halo Infinite.