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It's all about building the hype, adding carriages to the E3 Hype Train for announcements and reveals that will not only blow people away but make them question the very nature of existence. Or so goes the promise of E3. This year so far the pre-E3 leaks and announcements have been pretty impressive. With Fallout 76, Rage 2, Fortnite for Nintendo Switch, and now Sony - with, err, stuff.

With announcements and reveals scheduled to drop in the lead-up to its E3 conference.

  • June 7 (1.00 am AEST) - Announce: New PS4 Game With PS VR Support
  • June 8 (1.00 am AEST) - Release Date for an Upcoming Worldwide Studios Title
  • June 9 (1.00 am AEST) - Announce: New PS4 Game
  • June 10 (1.00 am AEST) - Announce: New PS VR Game
  • June 11 (1.00 am AEST) - Details: An Eagerly Anticipated Game Comes to PS VR

Now, we're all for teases and glimpses and what not - but the E3 Hype Train doesn't need such a regimented schedule. It should arrive unannounced and with all the excitement of a new Uncharted game.

Sony's E3 presentation is a week away.

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