Although the show doesn't open until next week, E3 2018 officially kicks off this weekend as all the three major companies (Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo) will be showing off new games that one should be looking forward to playing in 2018.
From Assassin's Creed Odyssey to Rage 2 and Sony even spoiling the surprise for everyone by announcing their line-up ahead of time, a lot of the shock factor for E3 2018 might have already dissipated.
As a result, the reveal of a Federation Internationale de Football Association game is never without debate, and Federation Internationale de Football Association 19 will be no different when it is introduced during EA's event on Saturday night. And like Microsoft, Sony isn't limiting the sale to just games: There are consoles, controllers, and other hardware devices on sale, too.
Which should mean there's plenty to discuss once the trailer has been released.
There have been rumours that 76 will be an online game rather than a sequel to previous Fallout titles, but for now little else about the game is known.
The conference has previously been used by Microsoft to show off exclusive titles, new IPs and state of the art hardware (the Xbox One X was originally shown off at Microsoft's E3 presser, for example).
Due to be released in early 2019, much is still to be revealed about the new universe. In terms of the press conference itself, it's expected to be about 100 minutes long. Hopefully we'll discover the full synopsis during E3.
What To Expect At E3 2018: Schedules, Live Streams, And Games
This is a happy news as NEW titles such Sea of Thieves, Crackdown 3 (slated for release in 2018) can be played at a lesser cost for a month, elevating Xbox Game Pass to a sort of "Netflix for gaming" on Microsoft's Xbox One's feature of the family of consoles.
343 Industries' next Halo game may still be a way off, but we may finally have a hint as to when we'll see our first information about the game surface.
So pop these times into your diary and make sure you return to read all the big gaming news as it's revealed on the day.
One of the hits of last year's E3, the latest take on the superhero is a PlayStation exclusive due to be released in September.
And we're hoping Sony will create a lot of hype around Marvel's Spider-Man from Insomniac games.
Square Enix are returning to E3 for the first time in years, so we're interested to see where they go.
The New Command and Conquer
There's also the option to send out additional harvesters to boost your tiberium income, but they're vulnerable to enemy attack. Fans of C&C will recognize most of the units in the game, as well as some of the commanders available on each side.
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