The conference will take place at the Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall in Los Angeles, and it’s an invite-only event.
Sony’s press conference will be streamed live, and we’ll have a couple correspondents at the show (as well as a couple at home ready to share their thoughts afterwards).
Sony typically drops a lot of bombs at E3, and we’re all fully expecting the company to at least mention the Neo/PS4K. VR will also likely have a big focus, as their PlayStation VR headset launches later this year. What’s more, expect a metric ton of games to be announced and detailed (check out our E3 2016 predictions for what games we think they’ll announce).