PlayStation Neo and PSVR expected to be Sony’s E3 focus.
Sony’s E3 2016 Press Conference – or strictly speaking, Media Briefing – is now confirmed as taking place on Monday 13th June at 6PM, PT. It will be held at Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall, which is a hop and a skip from E3’s home at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Sony’s media briefings are never short on spectacle, although one might argue they are occasionally short on substance. Last year’s briefing saw the announcement of Final Fantasy VII Remastered, Shenmue III, Horizon: Zero Dawn and a full reveal of The Last Guardian.
This year we expect to hear more about the games coming to PSVR and details of the rumoured PlayStation 4 upgrade.
Earlier on 13th June, at 9:30AM, Microsoft will hold their press conference which will detail the latest game announcements and news for Xbox One and Windows 10.
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