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We're live from E3 2017 in Los Angeles!

This year we're treating the show like never before.
Edgar Alvarez, @abcdedgar
June 10, 2017
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Oh, how time flies. We are back in Los Angeles to cover the world's biggest gaming event, E3. As ever, you can expect the next week to be full of news about the latest video games and, of course, upcoming consoles like Microsoft's "Project Scorpio." This year, though, we're also going beyond that at the show. For the first time, Engadget will have a stage inside the Los Angeles Convention Center, where we'll be interviewing people from the industry, playing game demos and rounding up the news so you don't ever miss a beat. Think of it as an E3 version of what we've already been doing at CES.

Among those joining us on the Engadget E3 stage are execs from Xbox, HTC Vive, Arkane Studios and Konami, to mention a few. We'll have much more happening there from Tuesday, June 13th until Thursday, June 15th. That said, don't forget the show unofficially kicks off today, with EA hosting its always entertaining conference at 12PM PT/3PM ET.

Follow all the latest news from E3 2017 here!

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