E3 2018 Coverage

We'll be headed to E3 2018 to cover a wide range of games, conferences and other events at the show. It'll be a blast as we continue to grow with our partners once again. Here are all the games or cool events that we can discuss before the show and what sort of coverage we hope to provide. Being covered by Jason Stettner, we hope you enjoy all the previews, news and footage from the show.

We'd also like to thank all the publishers that decided to work with us to secure bookings and provide opportunities for coverage. This should be another exciting year with some surprises along the way and really great games to play. Bookings should be confirmed, additional ones may be added as final details are handled. Not all bookings are included for various reasons. Battlefield V E3 2018 Screenshot
-Conference, International Press Night. The night event usually allows us to cover all the core titles and many ID@Xbox releases. New building should be interesting, wouldn't expect any problems getting enough time on everything from that event.

-As usual, Nintendo delivers with a typical hour slot to play games. Last year we spent a very long time there, so who knows. Interview planned as well. Fingers are always crossed for Animal Crossing.

-Conference, new location should be neat.

EA Play
-Most likely will play Battlefield V, Anthem, Madden NFL 19 and hopefully others based on time and event setup.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider E3 2018 Screenshot
-Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Destiny and Spyro Reimagined Trilogy.

Square Enix
-Shadow of the Tomb Raider and more. This will be good.

Bandai Namco
-SoulCalibur VI, others including unannounced.

505 Games
-Multiple titles.

-Strange Brigade and Arca's Path hands-on.

-Core and Family titles.

-Multiple titles.

Deep Silvers
-Single game, extended time.

Focus Home
-Presentations on A Plague Tale, Call of Cthulu and Greedfall.

-Shadow of the Tomb Raider, other future tech.



Turtle Beach

Read our Shadow of the Tomb Raider Interview
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Gamerheadquarters Reviewer Jason Stettner