What's the next hot thing in gaming?
That's what we'll be finding out over the next couple of days as the video game industry's top companies come together for the Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, holding a series of announcements discussing their latest efforts and upcoming games.
Keep checking back on CNET and our Twitter account, @cnet, for links to all our live blogs and streams before they begin.
Sunday, June 14
7 p.m. PT: Bethesda Softworks
The event will kick off Sunday evening, when Bethesda holds a press conference to discuss its upcoming games, including the. We'll be live-streaming the video from the event. Check back here for a link a couple hours before it starts.
Monday, June 15
10 a.m. PT: Microsoft
The Xbox maker will be holding its press conference beginning Monday morning. What can you expect? live blog and stream will kick off at 9:30 a.m. PT., as well as some discussion of virtual reality technology. Our
- 1 p.m. PT: Electronic Arts
The video game giant will begin holding its press conference shortly after Microsoft's event concludes. EA will be showing off some of its most highly anticipated titles including Star Wars Battlefront and Mirror's Edge Catalyst. We'll be live-streaming the video from the event. Check back here for a link a couple hours before it starts.
- 3 p.m. PT: Ubisoft
The game maker behind popular franchises such as the Assassin's Creed and the party games Just Dance, will be discussing its upcoming titles as well. The company has already announced a new installment for Assassin's Creed, planned for the fall. We'll be live-streaming the video from the event. Check back here for a link a couple hours before it starts.
- 6 p.m. PT: Sony
The PlayStation maker will be ending the day with its expected announcements about its latest "Indiana Jones"-inspired video game Uncharted 4: A Thief's End. The company will also likely update give more details about , due out next year. Our live-blog and stream will kick off at 5:30 p.m. PT.
Tuesday, June 16
9 a.m. PT: Nintendo
The Wii U maker will be streaming a video announcement about its latest games, including expected updates for its Super Smash Bros. franchise. The company. We'll be live-streaming the video from the event. Check back here for a link a couple hours before it starts.
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