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Watch the PlayStation E3 2016 press conference right here

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The best, is usually saved for last. When it comes to E3 press conferences, Sony has usually been content to be the main event every year. 2016 is no different, as Sony looks to unveil some big guns once again. A massive show that usually lasts around two hours, Sony kicks off their 2016 vision at 6pm PST if you’re in the US of A, and 2am for UK residents. For us folks who operate on European or Central African Time, we’ll be getting up at the criminal hour of 3am to see what’s happening this year.

Here’s a stream, where you can join us in seeing what’s ahead for Sony.

So what is everyone expecting to see? Updates on Shenmue III, The Last Guardian and Horizon: Zero Dawn, for starters. Then there’s Sony’s indie plans, No Man’s Sky and a possible new God of War game to keep an eye open for. More than that however, fans are expecting news regarding the future hardware of the PlayStation.

PlayStation VR was a massive part of the Paris Games Week for Sony last year, and while the PlayStation 4 Neo won’t be at E3, we’re hoping it’ll at least be mentioned tonight. Although it probably won’t be, unless Andrew House decides to change his mind at the last minute. Actually no, it really won’t be there. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but Bad News Bonthuys is tattooed on my back for a reason.

Don’t forget, there’s still David Cage’s Detroit project, Media Molecule’s mind-bending Dreams and Final Fantasy VII Remake. A packed show, to kick off E3 proper this year.

Last Updated: June 14, 2016


  1. Yay. It’s soo late. But thats ok, we gamers are vampires.


  2. Darren Peach

    June 14, 2016 at 03:16

    Holy shit. That opening was breathtaking…


  3. Darren Peach

    June 14, 2016 at 04:20

    They pwned.


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