Sony Details E3 2017 Livestream Schedule

Sony Interactive Entertainment America has detailed their E3 2017 livestream schedule.

The company is planning four days of “new game demos, developer interviews, and new trailers” to be livestreamed from the E3 2017 showfloor. Fans can expect content and dozens of game across PlayStation 4 and PS VR.

Here’s their full schedule:

  • Monday, June 12 | PlayStation Live From E3 2017 featuring the PlayStation Media Showcase | 5:00 PM Pacific Time
  • Tuesday, June 13 | PlayStation Live From E3 2017 programming | 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM Pacific Time
  • Wednesday, June 14 | PlayStation Live From E3 2017 programming | 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM Pacific Time
  • Thursday, June 15 | PlayStation Live From E3 2017 programming | 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM Pacific Time

Sony’s press conference won’t kick off until 6 PM Pacific on June 12th. You can watch the entire thing via live.playstation.com.

Sony is also bringing back the PlayStation E3 Experience, which gets broadcasted in theaters across the United States, Canada, and South America.

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  • artemisthemp

    Tuesday 02:00 as big a suprise as a new CoD

  • Fear Me I Am Free

    Hopefully we will get some new info on Kingdom Hearts 3.

  • DrearierSpider

    Unless the rumored Bloodborne 2 is indeed true, probably not gonna be much there for me.

  • Uncle Ocelot

    Seems likely; there was supposed to be news on it last winter but that didn’t happen, so it was probably moved to E3.

  • DizzyGear

    PS Vita 2!
    Oh who am i kidding. Prolly lots of PSVR bullshit.

  • Kiryu

    Problably just more interactive movies so not interested.

  • Matz

    Cool, can’t wait to see all the cool games that won’t come out until 2019

  • Matz

    We can always expect Sony’s response to Nintendo’s Switch

  • DizzyGear

    Knowing Sony their response is re releasing the Vita cradle and adding an HDMI out on it and calling it a day. …Something they should have done right from the goddamn start.

  • Wow, so they’re ripping off Nintendo with a daily Livestream with m9re in-depth gameplay and stuff.
    So creative.

  • Fear Me I Am Free

    Here’s hoping. It’s one of the few games I’m looking forward to right now. That and the new South Park game looks like it will be fun. I wonder when it will release.

  • Uncle Ocelot

    Rumours are saying 2018, which seems reasonable. That’ll be about 5-6 years of dev time and Nomura hasn’t been tied up with as many projects as he was during Versus XIII’s development, just a handful of remasters and the FFVII Remake.

  • Mr0303

    They’ve been doing those livestreams for the last couple of E3 events.

  • Mr0303

    My expectations are pretty low, but it would be awesome to see 13 Sentinels on the stage even if for a minute. Normies should learn of the greatness that’s Vanillaware.

  • Ace

    What about Shenmue 3-oh wait

  • Personaknight

    If we do get a new psp then what’s going to be the gimmick and what will they overcharge so they make money back when people crack the system to emulate it?

    Personally I would rather just have another pstv-like mini console.

  • Welp, proven wrong. Thanks for the info.

  • InkBrush

    KNACK 2 BABY!

  • DizzyGear

    The only things i like to see from a Vita 2 would be faster hardware, higher res (OLED) screen, a Mini HDMI out, and MircoSD support. Oh and for the love of god ditch the fucking bubble UI and give me back the XMB from the PSP/PS3.

    IMO those are the only things missing from the current VIta and the aging CPU/GPU is starting to hold it back.