E3 This Weekend: What to Watch For


Hey everyone, and welcome to E3 season. Coming up this weekend is the E3 gaming convention, where we get to see our favorite game devs and video game tech companies display their upcoming works for the year. Seldom is there an E3 where not a single hit is announced. Considering that this is the first E3 since the release of the next-gen consoles, one can only imagine what we’ve got in store.

The only issue is, Sony won’t be attending, so don’t expect to see anything for the PS5 just yet. Sony will be holding their own conference at a later date.

Below is the schedule for E3, so you can decide when to tune in and out:

As video game players and consumers, E3 always has so much to offer. However, here’s my list of things to look out for:

  • Possible new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate characters.
  • Bethesda with a possible new Elder Scrolls update.
  • Indie Showcase. Indie games never fail to amaze with innovation from the little guys.
  • News on Deathloop. I’ve been waiting for this game and I was sad to see it get delayed, but excited to see more of it. Hopefully the delay is worth it.
  • The Awards Show. I don’t necessarily care how my favorite games stack up as long as I enjoy playing them, but I do love watching awards shows and seeing the winners.

And there you have it! I’m excited to get this years’ video game season kicked off, and I hope you all are too. Hit us up on Twitter (@esreporter2020), on Instagram (@esportsreporter2020), or even in the comments below to let us know what you’re looking most forward to!


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