There were rumors that this year the company allocated 120 minutes for next week's show.
Although the show doesn't open until next week, E3 2018 officially kicks off this weekend as all the three major companies (Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo) will be showing off new games that one should be looking forward to playing in 2018.
With E3 beginning today, perhaps we'll get a big Game Pass announcement on stage during Microsoft's presentation tomorrow.
Originally reported by GTPlanet, these files contain hints at what we could be seeing in future Forza games - and they all have very British roots. Assuming Phil Spencer is telling us the truth and many new unannounced games are coming to E3, Xbox might just have a chance to get back on top.
In our eyes, that practically confirms the existence of a new title. With the Xbox One X having delivered magnificently on the game play and graphics expectations, the reviews are stellar.
Microsoft has seen some setbacks when it comes to the games.
In the same interview, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot added, "I think we will see another [console] generation, but there is a good chance that step-by-step we will see less and less hardware".
The biggest week in video games is nearly upon us again, with E3 opening in Los Angeles on Tuesday - the annual convention that brings together the industry's largest names.
Set to kick off early in the morning for United Kingdom viewers, Bethesda's 2:30AM British Summer Time conference isn't expected to feature any racing games. Expect a ton of new games to be announced for the Switch and 3DS.
The Daily Star will be covering each conference with a live stream, but below you'll find a rundown of what is happening and when. That isn't to say that we won't see some surprises, of course, including the HD remaster/sequel to The Bouncer that Ash keeps harping on about.
So pop these times into your diary and make sure you return to read all the big gaming news as it's revealed on the day.
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