E3 2017 is here! The world's biggest video game show officially kicked off Tuesday and runs through Thursday. But video game companies began their announcements Saturday.
Here's a full schedule of all the big announcements out of Los Angeles, along with links to where you can see our wrap-up coverage from Sony, Microsoft and others.
Saturday, June 10
-- The company's EA Play event has happened, .
Sunday, June 11
- -- The company announced its highly-anticipated new console, which is now being called . The new device, , has designed to work with it and its older sibling, the Xbox One S.
- Doom and its post-apocalyptic adventure game Fallout 4, both remade to work in virtual reality, sometime later this year. The . -- Get ready for a lot of VR. Bethesda said it's planning to release a version of its shooting game
Monday, June 12
- -- The French game maker announced updates for its popular Assassin's Creed action adventure series, a collaboration with Nintendo for a new strategy game involving the Super Mario Bros. and Rabbids characters .
- in-depth look at the Spider-Man game from Insomniac Games, featured web abilities and combat, was also shown off. -- The Japanese game company, having already released its Xbox One X competitor, the , last year instead showed a bunch of games from its popular series, . An
Tuesday, June 13
- Nintendo Switch, the game company provided an in-depth look at , announced the and that the popular Rocket League game is coming to the portable console. -- Soaring off the early success of the
First published June 10, 11:56 a.m. PT.
Update, June 11 at 1:00 p.m.: Adds details from EA's press event.
Update, June 12 at 10:42 a.m.: Adds details from Microsoft and Bethesda's press events.
Update, June 13 at 5:00 a.m.: Adds details from Ubisoft and Sony events.
Update, June 13 at 10:11 a.m.: Adds details from Nintendo's event.
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