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PlayStation E3 Press Conference 2018 Date, Games – And No PS5

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The PlayStation E3 Press conference 2018 has been officially confirmed by Sony. PlayStation's E3 2018 showcase will once again take place in Los Angeles, California prior to the opening on E3 between June 12-14.

PlayStation E3 Press Conference 2018 Date

The date of the PlayStation showcase will be Monday, June 11 at 6pm Pacific Time. It will be streamed live on the official website, Twitch, YouTube and Facebook. What's really exciting is that this year they're giving us a glimpse of some of the games they'll present during the show.

PlayStation E3 Press Conference 2018 Games

Shawn Layden, Chairman of SIE Worldwide Studios, has confirmed that the following PS4 exclusives will appear during the conference.

  • Death Stranding
  • Ghost of Tsushima
  • Marvel's Spiderman
  • The Last of Us Part II

Of course, this isn't everything. Once again, you can expect some big announcements and reveals. Sony says that they'll also be games revealed by third-party publishers and independent studios during the conference.

No PS5 At E3 2018

Layden has also confirmed that there will be no PS5 reveal at E3 2018. In the last episode of the PlayStation Blogcast, he made it crystal clear, saying:

“At this year's E3 event, both the media event and what we do in the convention center, we're going to be focusing on all of our great content that's coming out. There will be no new hardware announcement at E3 this year. You heard it here first.”

So, that’s all the E3 2018 showcases dated. Check out our predictions for the Sony E3 2018 games that might show up, what we think we’ll see from Bethesda, and what we believe Ubisoft will reveal at E3. Finally, check out our predictions for EA Play 2018.

Are you excited for the PlayStation press conference? Let us know in the comments below.


    PS4 is doing so well that they truly don’t need to reveal any new hardware. I also doubt Microsoft and Nintendo will reveal any new hardware as well.

  • Beasley2K

    Of course there won’t be a PS5 reveal, the PS4 isn’t even 5 years old yet! Sony aren’t stupid. The Pro and One X are still pretty new, and they know that they need to release it late enough that PS4 and Pro owners don’t feel screwed over and so that Xbox can’t one-up them with hardware.