E3 2018 has already seen some incredible new announcements this year, and major studios Sony and Nintendo are yet to present.
With Microsoft having made their debut at the event, alongside big announcements from Bethesda and EA, Nintendo and Sony are yet to take the stage.
Square Enix have already revealed their much-anticipated selection, with appearances from Tomb Raider and Kingdom Hearts 3 incoming.
Sony has been teasing a lot in the run-up to the occasion, with a God of War DLC and more Last of Us Part II announcements eagerly awaited by gamers.
When Will the Sony E3 conference begin?
Sony will take the stage at 6pm in the USA, meaning that UK viewers are going to have to wait until 2am.
There are high hopes that Sony will deliver on a number of teases from the last few years of E3.
These include both Death Stranding and Days Gone, which have been teased for years with little information of a release.
Previous exclusivity deals with Activision could mean that announcements for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, and a Destiny 2: Forsaken King expansion.
How to watch the Sony E3 presentation
Its good news for gamers this year as watching E3 is completely free, and all you need is a laptop.
Twitch is showing the entirety of the event on their platform, and Sony’s event will broadcast live on the company’s official Playstation Twitch channel.
YouTube also has a stream going on PlayStation’s official channel.
When will Nintendo have their E3 presentation?
Nintendo will broadcast at a more sensible hour for UK viewers, with a 5pm start time.
Following previous years, Nintendo will favour a live-streamed Nintendo Direct video presentation without the pre-E3 press conference.
The Japan-based company have made no secret that Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo Switch will be a core focus.
Which other E3 presentations are coming up?
At the time of writing, Ubisoft are taking centre stage, and the company are to make some major reveals.
Further details for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, which has already been teased via Facebook, are foremost on the agenda.
The newest installment in the Assassin’s Creed franchise looks tipped to bring gamers to Ancient Greece.
Ubisoft will also reveal more for their sequel for The Division, which could see an entirely new location for the series.