PlayStation E3 2018 Conference - All Games and Announcements

PlayStation E3 2018 Conference - All Games and Announcements

All the info you need on E3 2018, including where to watch the press conferences for PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Direct, EA, Ubisoft, and Bethesda.

Sony always puts on a show at E3 and we expect E3 2018 will be no different. In this guide to Sony's PlayStation E3 2018 Press Conference we'll have details on the date and time, plus a live stream so you can watch from home, and info on what games are likely to be shown off by Sony at E3 2018.

For more general E3 2018 info, head to our E3 2018 Conferences hub page. It's got dates and times for all the major E3 2018 press conferences.

PlayStation E3 2018 News Roundup

Just below, you can see a full list of all the various news items and announcements that were revealed at the Sony E3 2018 showcase.

PlayStation E3 2018 Press Conference Start Time

Sony has now released the times at which their E3 2018 presentation will take place for everyone to watch around the world. The PlayStation presentation will be taking place on June 11, at the following times:

  • June 11 - 6 pm PST
  • June 11 - 9 pm EST
  • June 12 - 2 am EST
  • June 12 - 3 am CEST

This means a late night for all the European viewers at home, but Sony more often than not make it worth staying up for. Recent E3 shows from Sony have been solid, running for little over an hour with a solid showcase of games including The Last of Us Part 2, Days Gone, Spider-Man, and Ghost of Tsushima.

It's worth noting that Sony always has an E3 2018 live pre-show event. If it does the same at E3 2018 you can expect an hour or so of chat and smaller announcements before the proper conference begins.

Sony E3 2018 Live Stream

You can watch the Sony PlayStation E3 2018 live stream just below. You can follow our live blog of the Sony E3 conference just below the video.

Games Likely to be Shown at the Sony PlayStation E3 2018 Conference

Sony has a lot of games we know it's working on that will likely make up a large portion of its E3 2018 conference, but new announcements are a certainty We've listed the games almost guaranteed to be at the Sony E3 2018 press conference just below.

  • The Last of Us Part 2
  • Days Gone
  • Spider-Man
  • Ghost of Tsushima
  • Death Stranding
  • Dreams

The Sony PlayStation Blogcast would seem to confirm some of these beliefs. The Blogcast released on May 11 stated that Sony would primarily be focusing on The Last of Us Part 2, Death Stranding, Spider-Man, and Ghost of Tsushima during their E3 2018 presentation, including some third-party announcements.This was followed up and confirmed via a PlayStation Blog post.

None of this should come as a major surprise to the ears of PlayStation fans, as all the games listed by the Blogcast are those that are either dated for release this year, or those that we've known about for at least a year. The third-party announcements could consist of some Destiny 2 content, as Activision has an timed exclusive deal with Sony for new content like Strikes.

Sony has also revealed that it will be announcing four new titles in the week leading up to E3. PlayStation will start off on Wednesday June 6 by revealing a new PS4 game with PS VR support. Then on Thursday June 7 there will be a release date announcement for an upcoming Worldwide Studios title, a new PS4 game announcement on June 8, and a new PS VR game announcement on June 9. Finally, there will be news of a game coming to PS VR on June 10.

You can watch the Sony E3 Press Conference Live Stream by heading over to their YouTube channel.

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Tom started life on a circus in Australia before his family moved to the UK. His love of gaming started soon after, which essentially meant he bought every video game magazine available and worked numerous part-time jobs as a child in order to afford costly N64 games. He created UK site VideoGamer.com, of which he was the Editor for over a decade. He now doesn't like circuses.

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