Ubisoft at E3 2015: 15 June, 10:30pm BST
It's already been confirmed that Ubisoft will be showing off Assassin's Creed Syndicate at E3 2015. It'll also showcase Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege and The Division, too. The publisher says that there will also be "a few big surprises," so that's pretty exciting. Rumours include a Watch Dogs sequel.
Sony at E3 2015: 15 June, 1:30am
With the delay of Uncharted 4, all eyes will be on Sony at its press conference on 15 June to see what the company has up its sleeve in the way of exclusive content this side of Christmas. There's the possibility of some talk of games including Fallout 4, Destiny, Star Wars: Battlefront, Bloodborne, The Witness and No Man's Sky, but aside from that rumours are thin on the ground.
Project Morpheus is likely to be touched upon. It's Sony's answer to the Oculus Rift and the growing VR market, and there's still lots to find out about the device, including its release date.
As Microsoft has already unveiled its new Xbox One, it's possible that Sony will have a PlayStation announcement to counteract its rival, even if its just a drop in price. But other possibilities include a slimmer PS4 or a new model with 1TB like the new Xbox One.
Nintendo at E3 2015: 16 June, 5pm BST
Nintendo will be hosting an event on Tuesday 16 June, which will take place at 5pm UK time. The Wii U and 3DS will be the focus of the presentation, but unfortunately Zelda for Wii U will not be shown at the event, because the company wants to concentrate on developing the game.
Instead, Star Fox for Wii U has been confirmed as a playable game at the event, and other new Wii U and 3DS titles are expected to be discussed. We're not expecting information about the teased NX console, though.
Square Enix at E3 2015: 16 June, 6pm BST
Square Enix has already confirmed that it will be showing off gameplay of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided during its E3 presentation on Tuesday 16 June. It's also teased a "secret title" on an E3 party invite.
We'll be updating this article as further rumours arise, and we'll also be sharing links to live streams so you can watch the keynotes as they happened. Bookmark this page to keep up with the latest news.
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