The press conference for Bethesda will be a very late one, taking place at 3am on Sunday 11 June, so staying up through that will require some dedication.
Microsoft will share more details about the Xbox Scorpio at E3, although the console's specs are already available.
That's only a tiny taste of what's to come and what we hope to see.
Other titles we'd like to hear more about would be a new Wolfenstein, a sequel to The Evil Within and their mysterious Starfield project.
Expect to see a lot more about Super Mario Odyssey, Splatoon 2 and ARMS.
A brace of news reports this week highlighted an interesting scenario in console world (and arguably for PCs as well, though I'll address that separately). It was an announcement that proved to be one of the biggest of the entire show.
Backward compatibility is a big draw for console gamers nostalgic for older titles, but new data shows that Xbox One players don't spend much time revisiting backward-compatible Xbox 360 games. And there are a lot of fun rumors flying around. So yeah, it looks like the much-touted feature doesn't really get much use. The announcement at E3 proved wildly popular. That's a 130 percent increase over past year, said Entertainment Software Association chief executive Mike Gallagher.
It's an early morning start for gamers in the United Kingdom to see what Bethesda has to offer this year.
E3 proceedings officially kick off 5am on Sunday (11 June) with an independent conference from EA, the makers of Battlefront, The Sims, Command & Conquer and various sports games including Federation Internationale de Football Association.
Electronic Arts unofficially kicks things off Saturday with updates to its plans for sports franchises like "FIFA" and "Madden".
Microsoft wants you to watch the conference on their Mixer streaming platform, and will show the conference in 4K (they must have done that for PS4 Pro users, how nice). It also looks like it might not be Halo 3 Anniversary, either- they've denied it multiple times recently.