Lego Worlds

Warner Bros., will be taking part in the E3 festivities. The company does not have a live E3 stage press conference for this year but that doesn't mean it won't be livestreaming the goodness from the show floor. The company unveiled an all new WB Live web portal where the livestreaming will be taking place.

The WB Live website features a full breakdown of the E3 2017 activities. There's a countdown timer for the actual show floor opening on June 13th, which is when the the live broadcast will start.

The Day 1 schedule is listed just below the countdown timer, where it outlines that the broadcast will begin at 3 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, and there will be a welcoming starting at 4:00 p.m. and lasting through 4:15 p.m. While Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment may not have a stage conference, there will be breakdowns and rundowns of various WB published games, this is revealed on the schedule directly after the welcoming ends.

At 4:15 p.m. gamers will get their first full glimpse at LEGO Marvel Superheroes 2, followed by a demonstration at 4:35 p.m. of LEGO Worlds. Both demos will be followed by new content for LEGO Dimensions at 4:55 p.m., with a near two hour look at Middle-Earth: Shadow of War starting at 5:15 p.m. It will follow up Shadow of War with a look at new content for Injustice 2 starting at 7:10 p.m. and then the day rounds out with 35 more minutes of Shadow of War. All of that is just Day 1 of E3.

Day 2 of E3 is filled with more LEGO and Shadow of War content, along with some Injustice 2 stuff. The last day, which takes place on June 15th, is a repeat of the previous two days.

There has been a lot of speculation and rumors centered around Warner Bros., and DC unveiling a brand new Batman game. Rocksteady Studios made comments in the past that Batman: Arkham Knight was going to be the final large-scale Batman title it worked on for Warner Bros. A lot of people assumed that Rocksteady would take its pedigree of making worthwhile super hero games to another hero who is in a much-needed position to have a quality-made title, such as Superman, Green Lantern or The Flash.

Traditionally, companies who don't hold a press conference usually make big-name AAA announcements for upcoming titles during Sony, Microsoft or Nintendo's press conference. Since Nintendo won't be holding a press conference at E3 this year, that means whatever big news Warner Bros., plans on rolling out would have to take place during Sony or Microsoft's E3 presser. It's not unlikely that we could see a brand new Batman game being announced, or the long-rumored Superman title that people hoped that Rocksteady is working on.

One thing is for sure, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment will not be hosting a press conference and the three days of livestreaming seems to be centered around the recently released and upcoming LEGO games, as well as NetherRealm Studios' Injustice 2, and Monolith Productions' Middle-Earth: Shadow of War.

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