PlayStation E3 Experience Will Livestream Sony's Press Conference in Theaters

At a theater near you.

Sony is once again hosting a PlayStation E3 Experience event this year. On June 11, fans can go to local movie theaters to see Sony's E3 presentation live.

Events will be hosted in theaters across the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, and Chile. Attendees will get some PlayStation swag and posters along with some digital goods that they can redeem through the Experience PlayStation app.

Tickets go on sale on June 5 at 11am PT/2pm ET for free. But it's first come, first serve so tickets will only be available while supplies last.

You can check in at the PlayStation blog for a full list of participating theaters. There will also be some open seats, so if you don't get a ticket you might be able to get into a theater if you line up early enough.

So, I suppose if you're a diehard PlayStation fan this event is for you. Or you could just watch the presentation on different livestreams, but that's up to you.

For more on Sony's E3 plans this year check out our full E3 2018 guide with all the latest schedules and event details. USgamer will also be attending E3 again this year so check in on the site for the latest previews and news.

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