GameTrailers announces E3 live stream schedule
posted on 06.06.13 at 06:11 PM EDT by (@salromano)
Press conferences, demos, and interviews teased.

GameTrailers and Spike TV have announced its E3 live stream schedule.

Find the full timetable below.

Thursday, June 6

10 p.m. PT / 1 a.m. ET – GTTV’S E3 First Look Special
Join Geoff Keighley for a first look at E3 2013. Michael K. Williams discusses his role in Battlefield 4, Hideo Kojima joins Geoff to discuss Kiefer Sutherland’s role as Solid Snake in Metal Gear Solid V, we have the world gameplay premiere of Fantasia: Music Evolved from Harmonix and Disney, plus the first trailer of Dying Light from Techland and Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment and other first E3 first looks!

Sunday, June 9

2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT — Call of Duty: Ghosts All Access
Live from Los Angeles, Geoff Keighley and Justine Ezarik host the world premiere of Call of Duty: Ghosts. See the first-ever gameplay from multiple levels of the game right here on GT.

Monday, June 10

11:50 a.m. ET / 8:50 a.m. PT – Xbox Pre-Show With Exclusive Reveals!
E3 stars early on Spike and GT as we kick off our coverage from our new studio at L.A. Live in Los Angeles. Our countdown to the Xbox briefing begins when Xbox’s Phil Spencer joins Geoff at the Galen Center to announce all the games that will be a part of the Summer of Arcade lineup for Xbox 360. Plus, you don’t have to wait until the Xbox briefing for a game announcement: Microsoft reveals a new first-party Xbox One title during the pre-show with the world premiere trailer. Plus, we check in with Kotaku’s Stephen Totilo and USA Today’s Mike Snider for their thoughts on the Xbox conference. Also, the world premiere of a new trailer for LEGO Marvel Super Heroes.

12:30 p.m. ET to 2 p.m. – Xbox: A New Generation of Games Revealed
Live from the Galen Center, Xbox’s Don Mattrick and Phil Spencer take the wraps over more than a dozen new game announcements for the Xbox One. See the world premiere of Ryse: Son of Rome from Crytek, the first live gameplay of Forza 5, plus many more surprises from Microsoft Studios and third party publishers across this 90 minute showcase.

2 p.m. ET to 3 p.m. – ThiefSaints RowForzaCastlevaniaRyse, and more
Immediately following the Xbox press conference we’re back live with reactions and world premiere demos — and ANOTHER Xbox One game announcement from Microsoft that you won’t see in the press conference! The team behind Thief stops by to world premiere the first-ever gameplay on our stage, Cevat Yerli from Crytek joins us to talk Ryse: Son of Rome, we get the first-ever demo of Saints Row IV from Volition, Phil Spencer from Xbox joins us live at Galen Center for updates on the new Xbox One games just announced, and Dan Greenawalt from Turn 10 premieres even more of Forza 5. Plus, a surprise game demo we can’t tell you about just yet.

3 p.m. ET to 4 p.m. – Killzone: Shadow FallKnackThe Evil Within, and more
Attention PlayStation Nation! Our live coverage continues with world premiere PlayStation 4 content as a preview of Sony’s big E3 press conference later in the day. Hermen Hulst from Guerilla joins us to discuss all things Killzone, including the world premiere of new footage from Killzone: Shadow Fall for PS4. Also, a exclusive, brand-new look at Mark Cerny’s game Knack for PS4. If that wasn’t enough, Bethesda drops by our live stage with the exclusive first-ever look at gameplay from Shinji Mikami’s The Evil Within and a first look at the E3 demo of Wolfenstein: The New Order. Plus, we check in with Michael Pachter as we lead up to the EA E3 press conference, and Dave Cox from MercurySteam arrives with the world premiere first live gameplay demo of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2, and the E3 trailer from Infinite Crisis premieres.

4 p.m. ET to 5 p.m. – The Download: EA 2013 Preview
Live from the Shine Auditorium, Battlefield 4 multiplayer is revealed. Join EA COO Peter Moore, developers and surprise guests for new looks at upcoming projects including Need for Speed: Rivals, the next generation of EA Sports, and a couple of surprises from legendary developer DICE. And, will Respawn Entertainment finally reveal its new game it promised to show at E3? Tune in to find out.

5 p.m. ET to 6 p.m. – Beyond: Two SoulsThe Witcher 3, Peter Molyneux, and Tearaway
Following the EA press conference, we’re back live at our stage with David Cage from Quantic Dream with a world premiere look at new content from Beyond: Two Souls for the PS3. Also don’t miss the first look at the demo of The Bureau: XCOM Declassified from 2K Marin. The team behind The Witcher 3 stops by to discuss their next-gen game, Media Molecule shows us the latest on Tearaway for PS Vita, and the one and only Peter Molyneux stops by post-Curiosity to exclusively announce the NEXT experiment his team is set to launch in 2013.

6 p.m. ET to 7:15 PM – Ubisoft E3 Press Conference
Live from the Los Angeles theater, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot is on stage to reveal the company’s new lineup of games. See exclusive new looks at Watch DogsAssassin’s Creed IVSouth Park: The Stick of TruthSplinter Cell: Blacklist, plus new game announcements and other surprises. Hosted by Aisha Tyler.

7:15 p.m. ET to 8 p.m. – Peter More, Need for Speed, Battlefield 4, and Fantasia
After Ubisoft, EA COO Peter Moore comes by to talk with Geoff about all the news from the EA briefing earlier in the day. Harmonix arrives with the first-ever live demonstration of Fantasia: Music Evolved running live on Xbox One. Finally, Patrick Bach and Karl Magnus from DICE come by to discuss all the latest Battlefield 4 news, and a live demo of Need for Speed: Rivals that’s different than what you saw in the EA press conference.

8 p.m. ET to 9 p.m. – Quantum Break, BioWare, Warframe, and More
The countdown to the PS4 briefing begins! We check in with Remedy’s Sam Lake for the latest on their new Xbox One game Quantum Break, we get the first-ever look at live PS4 gameplay from Digital Extreme’s Warframe, and Aaryn Flynn from BioWare stops by to discuss the latest about the studio behind Dragon Age and Mass Effect. Twisted Pixel takes us through the brand-new demo of Lococycle, and we get a demo of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes. Also stay tuned for a big interview tied to one of this day’s biggest surprise announcements.

9 p.m. ET to 11 p.m. – Sony: E3 2013 Press Conference
Live from the LA Sports Arena, Jack Tretton and Sony reveal the PlayStation 4 hardware and new games, plus the latest updates on inFAMOUS Second SonKillzone: Shadow FallDriveClub, and more. What else will Sony have to share? Tune in to find out.

Tuesday, June 11

12 p.m. ET / 9 a.m. PT to 1 p.m. ET – Batman: Arkham OriginsAssassin’s Creed IV, and Pachter
Day 2 of Spike’s exclusive E3 coverage continues. We’ve got the world premiere first demo of Batman: Arkham Origins from Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment, plus first interviews on two surprise new games that will be announced on Monday during press conferences. Assassin’s Creed IV comes by to world premiere new footage beyond what was shown on Monday, and the one and only Michael Pachter joins us live in studio to grade the major press conferences. Plus, Gearbox is with us to show us new parts of the ‘Tiny Tina’ DLC for Borderlands 2.

1 p.m. ET to 2 p.m. – Jack Tretton, Splinter CellThe Walking Dead, The Elder Scrolls Online
It’s a big hour for executive interviews, as Jack Tretton comes by for his yearly interview with Geoff about all things PlayStation. Will this be the year when Geoff finally gets an update on Agent? Plus, exclusive new demos of Splinter Cell: Blacklist, The Elder Scrolls Online and Diablo III for PS3 and Xbox 360. And another surprise game demo we can’t yet tell you about, and Telltale comes by to show off something new tied to The Walking Dead.

2 p.m. ET to 3 p.m. – The Nintendo Power Hour With Reggie and Miyamoto!
It’s the interview you’ve been waiting all E3 (well let’s be honest, ALL YEAR!) to see. Geoff Keighley sits down with Reggie Fils-Aime for an in-depth two part interview about the state of Nintendo. Will Reggie yell at Geoff again or will he check all the boxes and leave the competition in the dust? Find out live! Plus, the legend himself Shigeru Miyamoto joins Geoff as well for a special chat about what’s new at Nintendo. Finally our friends from Mega64 join us to discuss their thoughts on E3 so far and we show the first E3 demo of Sonic Lost Worlds for the Wii U.

3 p.m. ET to 4 p.m. – Eric Hirshbirg, FreddieW, Bonus Round, and More
Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg joins Geoff to discuss Call of Duty: Ghosts and Destiny, and it’s time for GT’s yearly Bonus Round AT E3, with special guests Jason Rubin (co-founder, Naughty Dog), Andy McNamara (Editor-in-Chief, Game Informer) and Jeff Gerstmann (Giant Bomb). Plus, Internet star Freddie Wong joins us to exclusively premiere a new clip of Video Game High School Season 2.

4 p.m. ET to 5 p.m. – Dark Souls II, Yves Guillemot and Final Bosman Live
Our final hour of live coverage includes Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot live in studio, plus the world premiere of the E3 demo of Dark Souls II with new, never-before-seen classes and footage! Then, it’s what you’ve been waiting for: a Live Final Bosman episode where our resident gamer Kyle Bosman reacts to the news and press conferences.

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  • bloodiOS

    I hate E3… it makes studying for exams ten times more difficult than it should be…

    • http://twitter.com/AuroraXIII AuroraXIII

      This. Fucking this.

      • Tetsu

        (I know this is a game comments section BUT…) I thought you’ve been around here a long time, why does it say you only have 20 comments? Am I missing something? Or do you have the same name as another AuroraXIII (the same one from AndriaSang)

        • http://twitter.com/AuroraXIII AuroraXIII

          I unintentionally have multiple log-ins. Currently I’m using my universal Disqus account, but prior to making that, I mostly used a Gematsu-only account (also called AuroraXIII). And sometimes I’m logged into Disqus via Twitter without realising it.

          While I have been on Gematsu for a long time, you probably won’t see me post very often anymore. My commenting habits pretty much died along with Andriasang. So these days I’m mostly found chatting on Twitter.

          • Tetsu

            You and PrinceHeir (as well as a slew of others) are the reason I felt at home when I made the move here, after it being suggested with the death of Andriasang.

            You both were heavy contributors in that community, so it made the transition rather easy, knowing that a bunch of my fellow commenters were already here.

            That and the fact that Sal is fucking awesome as shit, were great to have to make the transition.

            • http://twitter.com/AuroraXIII AuroraXIII

              I was proud to be a heavy commenter on Andriasang. Anoop and everyone were so much fun to talk to.

              Gematsu truly is the next best thing. I started posting more frequently here after Andriasang closed, so I’m glad to know it assisted you and others to migrate. Though there are still a few people who didn’t transition that I really miss.

              And yeah Sal totally rocks. That’s mainly why I prefer it here than Siliconera.

              • http://twitter.com/kazumalynx Zero

                Thanks so much for the kind words. =)

            • http://twitter.com/kazumalynx Zero

              Thanks a bunch for the kind words. =)

              • Tetsu

                You too Zero, your the shit too :D

                • http://twitter.com/kazumalynx Zero

                  Thanks! (Gonna make me blush.) :D

  • Fantasytales

    Well Monday is going to be a hell of a day. The entire day is filled with awesomeness…

  • http://gematsu.com/ Sal Romano

    Dear God, I wish I could stop time.

    This is going to be a pain in the arrrrse to cover.

    • bloodiOS

      Sal, by sacrificing your time and your life for the enjoyment of your faithful followers, you have become a heroic, iconic, and irreplaceable figure of this community. Your name shall forever be known by many for generations to come.

      So, don’t you dare give up, man ;)

      • http://gematsu.com/ Sal Romano

        Haha, thanks.

        I actually enjoy covering it. It’s just the amount of time in which it all happens. I’m hoping I’ll be able to take care of each company’s news before the next press conference begins.

    • Tetsu

      I thank you from the bottom of my soul.
      I’ve been looking forward to this since last year.
      Thank you so much for all that you do for us!

    • MrKappa

      It’s appreciated though. I find it easier coming to sites like these than IGN or Gamespot to get info.

  • $29082171

    Oh man, Geoff interviewing Miyamoto. It’s like opposites, the soulless and the soul-est.

  • PrinceHeir

    gonna be ace :D

    let’s go!!!

  • http://twitter.com/RaiuLyn Raiu

    Ah school… Why thou you have to be a nuisance during E3 week?

  • xMCXx

    Fuck Michael Pachter!
    What is he even doing there?
    Isn’t he busy spouting BS?

  • artemisthemp

    Don’t some of those “stream” cut into $oft, EA, Ubisoft and Sony Stream?