Microsoft announced that its briefing will start at 5 PM Eastern Time on June 11. It is expected that the company will feature the Xbox Scorpio, among other products that will be revealed at the Galen Center conference. Meanwhile, Electronic Arts may also have something to show to their millions of fans on Sunday.

Twitter Announcement

Microsoft is known to have its presentation scheduled every Monday. This year, it is showcasing its products at E3 on a Sunday, a little earlier than its usual schedule. Bethesda joked about Microsoft’s schedule change in its Twitter feed. Take a look at the tweet below:

Other well-known gaming companies such as Sony and Ubisoft previously unveiled their offerings on an E3 Monday. However, these companies have yet to make a schedule announcement this year. While Nintendo historically held its presentation on an E3 Tuesday, it scrapped their official briefing last 2016. Nintendo has not announced if it will be at the E3 this year, especially since it has unveiled the specs of the Nintendo Switch in the Nintendo Treehouse Live Event last June 14 to 15.

Electronic Arts upped the ante by creating its own pre-E3 event, called EA Play. The event happens on June 10-12 at the Hollywood Palladium, just a day before the official E3 gathering commences. Electronic Arts or EA has not released when its E3 conference will happen, or if there is one that will take place.

It was revealed that a lot of gaming greats are coming to E3 this year. Activision, Bandai Namco, Konami, Capcom, Take-Two, Square Enix, and SEGA are just some of the companies that ticked yes on the E3 attendance card. Here is the full list of gaming studios that will participate. Head to E3Expo.com to catch one of the hottest tickets this year before it disappears.

The massive E3 2017 show will commence on June 13-15. It will be open to the gaming public. Stay tuned to Video Games Republic to catch the latest on video games, tech, and more.