It is of course that time of year again, the Electronics Entertainment Expo (E3) is upon us even sooner with EA starting things off even earlier than usual. Saturday, 9th, June at 11 am PST, seems like EA wants to get in and finish before most people even know what actually happened. Which is fine, the less said about that company the better in all honesty. Microsoft will keep the tradition of Sunday afternoon, and Bethesda that evening, though thankfully earlier than last year's 9 pm PST, at 6:30pm. Microsoft has a bit of an uphill battle coming to them this year, while not personally a big fan of what Xbox has to offer as a brand (first party, or third party exclusives both). There are fans of them out there, who deserve better than they have gotten over the last two and a half years. Hopefully they can bring the fire this year, but we shall see their dedication on Sunday at 1 pm.
Bethesda is another interesting case of what is going to happen, and one can only guess at what they will bring to the table this year. Aside from Fallout 76, and Rage 2, not much else is known, other than the fact that there is the possibility of some sort of Prey related announcement, whether that is DLC for the 're-boot' or something else entirely, is up for debate. Along with announcements of from other projects either already released fully such as ESO, or something still in development such as Quake: Champions, they will hopefully make is something more enjoyable and interesting than what they saddled us with last year.
Monday starts with Square Enix at 10 am and this is the beginning of the more interesting conferences with what is possible to be shown, with obvious inclusions such as Kingdom Hearts 3, and most likely Shadow Of The Tomb Raider, hopefully there will be information on other things such as what exactly those Marvel games are SE is working on, and if extremely lucky this year, actual information pertaining to the FF7 remake. Following that at 1 pm is the Ubisoft conference, obvious inclusion seem to be Assassins Creed Odyssey, The Division 2, and probably some information on new Rainbow Six Siege content over the remaining year, and into the next. Other than that what is included in their show is anyone's guess.