Posted June 1, 2018 by David Latham in Feature
 
 

E3 2018 AEST Press Conference Schedule


It’s that month of the year again where all the big gaming companies converge on Los Angeles, California to make major announcements and confirm rumours and leaks. This year the rumours and leaks are aplenty, and it looks like there will be plenty more to reveal in the conferences, so we thought we’d whip up an E3 2018 AEST Press Conference Schedule so that you don’t have to do any crazy calculations.

For simplicity’s sake, we’ve kept times limited to Australian Eastern Standard Time, however if you’re in South Australia or Northern Territory just take 30 minutes off the press conference times, and if you’re in Western Australia take two hours off.

You will be able to stream all E3 2018 press conferences on YouTube and various other streaming platforms, and we’ll have the links closer to the dates.

See the full E3 2018 AEST Press Conference Schedule below:

E3 2018 AEST Press Conference Schedule

The E3 2018 AEST Press Conference Schedule starts with a bang on Sunday morning at 4AM with Electronic Arts showing off their latest Battlefield V and an inside look at Anthem. Monday will follow up with two huge press conferences as Microsoft looks to reaffirm their position in this generation and Bethesda reveals more details on Fallout 76. Tuesday has a whopping four press conferences for us to sink our teeth in to as Square reveals a number of new games, Ubisoft has a brand new Assassin’s Creed to show off, while the PC Gaming and Sony conferences will be games games games, and then last but not least Nintendo will hold their conference in the early hours of Wednesday where we’ll hopefully find out more about the recently announced Pokemon games, and more.

It looks like a hefty E3 this year, so make sure you check in at Rocket Chainsaw regularly as we’ll have all the latest news as it comes in. For more on the E3 2018 expo, head to the official website here.


David Latham

 
David has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) from a Group of Eight university, but only uses his very unique set of skills writing about video games. By day he's a stay-at-home dad, by night he's literally Batman. Where does he find the time?