Ubisoft confirms the time and date of its E3 2018 Press Conference.
Ubisoft is the latest big publisher to confirm details of its E3 2018 press conference and media briefing.
Ubisoft’s E3 conference will take place at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles on Monday June 11, 2018, the day before E3 opens its doors.
If you’re not in attendance, you can watch a live-stream of the E3 press conference on Twitch and YouTube. There will also be will be some pre and post-show shenanigans to enjoy, or avoid.
Ubisoft E3 2018 Press Conference time and date
Monday, June 11, 2018
- PT: 1pm
- ET: 4pm
- BST: 9pm
- CEST: 10pm
You can watch the stream live with us here, and be sure to check out our Twitter feed for irreverent nonsense.
So what can we expect from Ubisoft this year? Well, we’re sure to get more details on a few of the titles unveiled at last year’s E3, such as Starlink: Battle for Atlas, Skull and Bones, and, fingers crossed, Beyond Good & Evil 2.
We can also look forward to the full unveiling of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, and – if Ubisoft’s loose-lipped virtual assistant is to believed – Watch Dogs 3.
It would also be good to see another collaboration with Nintendo for the Switch. And if we were to poke our head above the parapet, and predict something utterly ridiculous, how about a sequel to the 1994 SNES kart racer, Street Racer?
Check out the full E3 2018 press conference schedule.
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