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E3 2019: Press conference dates, how to watch them and all the confirmed games

If you love gaming, there is one month in the year that is pure heaven for you and that is June. June is the month when all the developers and publishers of video games come under one roof to show off their latest offerings from the world of gaming. If you are looking forward to E3 then know that the pre-E3 conferences kick off on June 7 with the show floor opening from June 11 to June 13. If you would like to follow the press conferences, you can do so here.

The EA press conference is scheduled for June 7 whereas the Nintendo conference is slated for June 8. Microsoft’s conference kicks off on June 9 where the company is expected to shed light on its upcoming consoles which will succeed the Xbox One. The company is also expected to talk more about its cloud gaming initiative, Project xCloud and we will hopefully get more information about the upcoming Sony and Microsoft partnership. Bethesda is also scheduled to have its conference on June 9. The final day of conferences, June 10 will see AMD, Ubisoft, and Square Enix shed light on their gaming offerings. Could AMD reveal more information about the upcoming PS5?

What about Sony? Well, Sony has been a part of E3 ever since the inception of the gaming convention. It is speculated that Sony is binding its time to show off its gaming library and the upcoming PS5 console at an event later this year. You can read all the information available about the PS5 here. 

When it comes to games, there are a number of games confirmed to have a presence at E3 2019. These include Apex Legends, Battlefield V, Borderlands 3, Cyberpunk 2077, Doom Eternal, Dying Light 2, Halo Infinite, The Sims 4, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Wasteland 3, and many more. However, there are a bunch of games which are highly anticipated and rumoured to be at the show but are not confirmed yet. These include Control, Gears 5, Final Fantasy VII remake, The Outer Worlds, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell, and Wolfenstein: Youngblood to name a few. Of course, there are PlayStation exclusives like Ghost of Tsushima, The Last of Us and Death Stranding which we’d like to see but considering the absence of Sony from the show, it is highly unlikely that we will get any news about these games.

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