It seems this year Pre-E3 time has once again stretched further and further back, this year we’re getting far into the week prior with not just leaks and rumors but official announcements. Sony announced yesterday that they would be doing a reveal per day beginning tomorrow the 6th of June leading up to their press conference on Monday the 11th.

The 5 days of releases starting tomorrow will all be viewable through live.playstation.com, the official PlayStation Twitch, and Youtube Account, as well as on Facebook. Each of these reveals will happen at 8am PST. After the reveal via social media channels, fans will then be able to check in at live.playstation.com for expanded coverage on the announcements.

Without further ado here is the schedule for what you can expect to learn about on each of the days this week:

Wednesday 6th of June – A new PS4 game with PSVR support

Thursday 7th of June – Release date from an upcoming Worldwide Studios title

Friday 8th of June – A new PS4 game

Saturday 9th of June – A new PS4 game

Sunday 10th of June – An eagerly anticipated game comes to PSVR

Sony has also come out and stated that these announcements will take the place of the announcements from their pre-stream from the last E3, where they shared new information about the new Gran Turismo Sport much to the surprise of many, along with other titles like Spelunky 2. While unannounced titles are difficult to guess there have already been plenty of names thrown into the ring for receiving a release date including Dreams, Days Gone, and some even believe highly anticipated The Last Of Us: Part II will get its release date.

Are you excited for a week of PlayStation announcements culminating in a conference of announcements? What game do you think will be getting a release date? What game is coming to PSVR?


Andrew Stretch

Events Coordinator

I have been playing all kinds of games for as long as I can remember with a particular interest in action adventure and platforming titles. While I am primarily an Xbox gamer I also spend a fair bit of time on the PS4 and on my PC in VR.



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