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E3 schedule revealed for ‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ and more

Dragon Age: Inquisition
Dragon Age: InquisitionPhoto courtesy of Electronic Arts, used with permission

Twitch has shared the streaming schedule for their E3 coverage which reveals several titles that will be showcased in next week’s event which will include games like Dragon Age: Inquisition, Far Cry 4 and more. The video game streaming service’s schedule provides fans with an early glimpse of the timeline for what titles will be appearing during the various conferences of this year’s E3 event as reported by Kotaku on June 2.

On Monday of next week, Bethesda is scheduled to show off a new game in the afternoon. The Twitch schedule has the title currently listed as “unannounced” which caused many fans to repeat last year’s speculation that the developer will reveal a new Fallout title. However, this time slot has since been confirmed to be for Bethesda’s Battlecry which was revealed last week. Later in the afternoon, Techland will be showing their new zombie title Dying Light.

Bioware’s Dragon Age: Inquisition will receive its own show during a special slot on Tuesday morning. This is particularly interesting considering EA’s conference will take place on Monday which means the next Dragon Age title is getting its own allotted preview separate from the rest of the publisher's content. That afternoon, there have new shows for Ubisoft’s Far Cry 4 and Bungie will be giving out new details for Destiny.

Wednesday will feature a couple of shows in the middle of the day that are scheduled to focus on two upcoming next-gen titles. Both Batman: Arkham Knight and Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor are among the events listed for the day.

For the final day, the return of two popular co-op franchises will be revealed on Thursday. First up will be an event dedicated to Lionhead’s four-player game heading to Xbox One, Fable Legends. Later in the day, gamers will also receive one of their first looks at Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel which is launch on last-gen platforms this year.

Each day of next week, Twitch will be streaming constant E3 coverage. For the full schedule of all additional titles and times, visit the official list.