Warner Bros Interactive (WB Games) announced today that this year at E3 will mark their first ever WB Games Live! event, where they will broadcast directly from their booth on the show floor. The event will let people tune in for the usual interviews, gameplay demos, developer commentaries and more about some of their upcoming games.
Speaking of games (it is E3 after all), WB Games does have plenty to discuss during their streams. Five games are planned to be on display, consisting of Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor, Injustice 2, LEGO Dimensions, LEGO Worlds and LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2. I’m sure we could expect some news on the upcoming Injustice 2 DLC to be talked about with possibly even a release date. LEGO Dimensions‘ final season two packs release in August, so we could get some gameplay footage of them as well as even an announcement of a season three. WB Games has noted several times that they had a three year plan for the game, so hopefully we’ll get a pretty decent reveal.
Their will be three different stream times during the WB Games Live! and you’ll be able to watch them here. They will take place between Tuesday, June 13th – Thursday June 15th at various times throughout the day. Their full schedule is as follows:
Tuesday, 13th June: 9:00 p.m. – 1:40 a.m BST
Wednesday 14th June: 7.30 p.m. – 12:40 a.m BST
Thursday 15th June: 7.30 p.m. – 12:40 a.m BST
Now, those are all in British time, so start times in eastern will be 4pm and 2:30pm while pacific timezones can tune in 1pm and 11:30am respectively. Each of the five games will be covered extensively each day in about 20-30 minute blocks. A few last an hour, but Shadow of War has the biggest chunk of time devoted to it. Each day the game will have a block of around two hours in addition to its smaller chunks.
The good news is that all of these times are after the big press conferences, so you won’t need to miss anything in order to tune in. E3 begins Saturday, June 10 with EA Play and will continue on from there. Be sure to stay tuned for all the coverage here.