Da dieser Beitrag an das internationale E3 Publikum gerichtet ist, ist er ausnahmsweise mal auf Englisch.
The E3 2019 is only two months away and we already got a lot of info about the events, press conferences and showcases. If you are in LA during this time, you might want to attend this events which you’ve only seen in streams so far. Here are all the E3 events and shows and how you can attend them.
The best thing about a big game show like E3 or gamescom isn’t usually the show itself, it’s the events that happen around it. Events which are more exclusive and not as crowded. A lot of them usually don’t require more than a registration beforehand. And you won’t even need an E3 ticket to attend the press conferences and shows (if they offer access for fans, but keep reading).
All times are in 24h format and PDT
List will be updated when new info is available
Opening stream: Friday night, June 7 (time tbd)
EA Play event on June 8 and June 9 at the Hollywood Palladium
EA won’t have a traditional press conference show. Instead they will have multiple streams and a two day event for their fans, the „EA Play“. The event will be open for everyone but will require a registration in advance (which isn’t open, yet). So keep an eye out for more info coming soon on the EA Play website.
Bethesda E3 Showcase
Bethesda announced, that they will give more fans the chance to attend their showcase. And they held their promise. From April 13th until May 3rd, you can sign up for a chance to attend the event at http://be3showcase.com/.
So far we only know that you can expect more info about Doom Eternal. Unfortunately, it was already announced that we won’t hear anything new about The Elder Scrolls 6 and Starfield.
PC Gaming Show
The PC Gaming Show has a special place between all the big AAA publisher conferences. A lot of the titles that are presented there are indie games. But fans can easily attend the event. Just sign up at the link below for a ticket and you are invited.
PC Gaming Show tickets: https://future.ticketleap.com/pc-gaming-show-2019/
Xbox Briefing and FanFest
Xbox Briefing: June 9, 13:00 PDT at the Microsoft Theater
Fan Showcase for FanFest attendees: June 10 (in the evening)
Microsoft has a tradition of hosting an awesome event for their fans. In the past years, fans could try to get a ticket for either the FanFest or the Xbox press conference (the Xbox briefing).
And they are back for the fifth anniversary of the FanFest. From April 19th until the 24th, fans can enter the drawing for the tickets. If they win, they can grab up to two of the 700 tickets for 45$ each (which will be donated to a charity). The ticket will give you access to the briefing, the „Fan Showcase“ where you can play the new games, a 3-Day E3 Pass and a goodie bag.
Ubisoft Press Conference
June 10th, 13:00 PDT (location tbd)
If you want to attend the potential reveal of a new Splinter Cell and aren’t part of the press, then it doesn’t look good for you. From what we know, Ubisoft doesn’t give out invites to fans except for a few star players.