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PvP@E3 2015: E3 Nutshell

**Updated As Games Are Announced

Every announcement from E3 2015

Bethesda - Sunday, June 14
Bethesda's announced its first ever E3 conference on February 10, 2015. Kicking off E3 on Sunday, the company gave viewers an in-depth look at its flagship RPG/shooter, Fallout 4, a real-life Pip Boy, an equally super-sized demo of Doom, announced Dishonored 2, and even released a new iOS game called Fallout Shelter.
Big Games:

 Microsoft - Monday, June 15 
Microsoft's conference was fast-paced and absolutely crammed with game announcements. Among the highlighted properties were Halo 5: Guardians, Dark Souls 3, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Gears of War 4. Kenji Inafune's new adventure ReCore debuted, and Microsoft also announced that Xbox One is now backward-compatible with the 360 library.
Big Games:

EA - Monday June 15
EA opened with a bang, teasing the all-new Mass Effect: Andromeda. EA's press conference included coverage of their NHL, FIFA, golf, and NFL franchises, as well as a curious little side-scrolling platformer called Unraveled. New details on Mirror's Edge: Catalyst were revealed. At center stage was Star Wars Battlefront, including a long gameplay reveal of the Battle of Hoth.
Other Games:
Mass Effect Andromeda
Need for Speed
Star Wars: The Old Republic - Knights of the Fallen Empire
Unravel
NBA Live 16
Plants vs. Zombies 2: Garden Warfare
Mirror's Edge: Catalyst
Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes

Ubisoft - Monday June 15
Ubisoft opened with the announcement of South Park: The Fractured But Whole, a super-hero themed adventure. Ubisoft also announced For Honor, a new multiplayer medieval combat game. Anno 2205 showcased humanity's first steps into space, and the first Rainbow Six Siege beta details were revealed.
Big Games:
South Park: The Fractured but Whole
For Honor
The Crew: Wild Run
Anno 2205
Just Dance 2016
The Division
Rainbow Six Siege
Assassin's Creed Syndicate
Ghost Recon: Wildlands

Sony - Monday June 15
PlayStation made a big splash with the reveal of The Last Guardian in action. Final Fantasy VII's long-rumored HD remake appeared, as well as a Kickstarter initiative to fund Shenmue 3. Other prominent events included a demo of No Man's Sky, previews of Disney Infinity 3.0 Star Wars, tons of news on Project Morpheus, and a new Hitman. The evening wrapped up with an appearance by the long awaited Uncharted 4.
Big Games:

Nintendo - Tuesday, June 16
In addition to the Nintendo Digital Event on Tuesday, Nintendo will also have a Pre-E3 Super Smash Bros. video presentation on June 14. The video will air at 7:40am PT / 10:40am ET / 2:40pm UK / June 15, 12:40am AET.

Nintendo is also reviving its World Championships. Nintendo will also have its Nintendo Treehouse live stream and another Nintendo Access event at Best Buy where a trial version of Mario Maker will be available. As far as games go, Nintendo has confirmed that the new Legend of Zelda game will not be at the conference, but they will have a playable version of the upcoming Star Fox for Wii U.

Square Enix - Tuesday, June 16
On April 23, 2015, Square Enix announced their first ever E3 press conference. Square Enix didn't give many details on what we should expect from their conference on Tuesday, June 16, but they said they will discuss an "exciting slate of games coming out in 2015 and beyond."
The Square Enix conference originally overlapped with the Nintendo 9am PT conference, so Square Enix rescheduled its conference for 10am PT.

PC Gaming Show - Tuesday, June 16
AMD and PC Gamer are putting on the first-ever PC conference at E3, PC Gaming Show. Sean 'Day[9]' Plott will host the show and will be joined by other speakers throughout the show, such as Blizzard Entertainment and Humble Bundle, to make announcements.

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