The boost, the press conference and of course the games.
I'm talking about E3 2018 and there's less than a week to go before the show kicks off here at the Los Angeles convention center.
But what's in store for the big 3?
Here are our predictions.
Even though Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO John Kadaris says the Playstation 4 is in the final phase of its life cycle.
Sony will be firing on all cylinders at E3 and showing off it's console exclusives Spiderman Days Gone, the Last of Us 2 and Death Stranding will almost certainly see lots of face time at this year's show.
Our wildest prediction that Sony is gonna show off the successor to the Playstation 4.
Even just a glimpse but don't hold your breath.
Microsoft is in the very same boat as Sony with XBox One a good way through its own life cycle.
They'll also be bringing big exclusives to the show.
Crackdown 3 looks like it's finally launching this year and it could come with a battle realm mode to compete with games like PUBG and Fortnite.
I'm also predicting the announcement of Halo 6 because Halo games tend to come around every few years and they're due.
As for Nintendo, they have made it clear they will be leaning heavily Completely into Smash Brothers for Switch at this year's show.
We're also probably gonna get more information on Metroid Prime 4, a new animal crossing announcement hopefully and some good third party pod like Fallout 3 and Fortnite.
A for new hardware announcements, the Nintendo Switch is fully in its prime so don't expect anything there but I have heard rumblings of a possible entity for a classic which, fingers crossed, guys, cuz that could be really cool.
That's a [UNKNOWN] predictions.
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What are your wish list?
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