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E3 2018 press conference times for Australia and New Zealand

08 Jun 2018

It's E3 2018 next week and many of the press conferences will be streamed online. Here are the times you need to wake up to see all of them. 

Bear in mind, some of the times will be during school and/or work hours so you might not be able to see all of them live. If that's so, don't worry because we'll try our best to recap the week's biggest announcements. 

Anyway, below is a list of the days and times you will have to bookmark. Some of them are early in the morning so you may have to set your alarms!

EA - Sunday June 10th

  • AEST - 4:00am,
  • ACST - 3:30am
  • AWST - 2:00am
  • NZST - 6:00am 

Microsoft - Monday June 11th

  • AEST -  6:00am
  • ACST -  5:30am
  • AWST - 4:00am
  • ​NZST - 8:00am

​Bethesda - Monday June 11th

  • ​AEST - 11:30am
  • ACST - 11:00am
  • AWST - 09:30am
  • NZST - 1:30pm 

Square Enix - Tuesday June 12th

  • AEST - 3:00am
  • ACST - 2:30am
  • AWST - 1:00am
  • NZST - 5:00am

Ubisoft - Tuesday June 12th

  • AEST - 6:00am
  • ACST - 5:30am
  • AWST - 4:00am
  • NZST - 8:00am

PC Gaming - Tuesday June 12th

  • AEST - 8:00am
  • ACST - 7:30am
  • AWST - 6:00am
  • NZST - 10:00am

Sony - Tuesday June 12th

  • AEST - 11:00am
  • ACST - 10:30am
  • AWST - 9:00am
  • NZST - 1:00pm

Nintendo - Wednesday June 13th

  • AEST - 2:00am
  • ACST - 1:30am
  • AWST - 12:00am
  • NZST - 4:00am

​You can see the livestreams via YouTube Live at E3 or on Twitch. Check back with us here at FutureFive NZ as we'll try our best to recap all of the week's biggest news at E3 2018. 

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