Early E3 2018 floor layout and exhibitor list published

E3 2018 is still a few months away, but that doesn’t mean we can’t start getting excited now. In a post on NeoGAF, the early floor layout and a list of attendees has been published. The E3 2018 layout and attendees list is tentative and subject to change.

E3 2018 will be held in Los Angeles from June 12 through 14 and is one of the biggest gaming events of the year. All of gaming’s biggest developers and publishers are in attendance to show off their upcoming games and projects.

E3 2018 layout and attendees

Like with previous years, the west hall of the LA Convention Centre is occupied by first parties, Sony and Nintendo. The south hall will play home to the largest 3rd party developers and publishers and a range of other companies.

The west hall layout looks very similar to previous years with both Nintendo and Sony occupying their regular locations. Microsoft is absent from the layout and in a surprise move will be located in the south hall.

The south hall is much busier as it usually is with Activision, Square Enix, Ubisoft, Bethesda, Bandai Namco and Warner Bros. occupying prime real estate. The E3 2018 layout and attendees list interestingly includes a huge number of publishers and developers, though not all have been added to the floor plan at this stage.

The full list of attendees thus far is below.

It should be noted that the layout and list are not final and are subject to change.

E3 Attendees 2018

  • 505 Games
  • Activision
  • Aksys Games Localization, Inc.
  • Atlus
  • BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc.
  • Bethesda
  • Big Ben Interactive
  • Capcom U.S.A., Inc.
  • Click Entertainment
  • Deep Silver, Inc.
  • Dell Gaming
  • dreamGear
  • DXRacer
  • Focus Home Interactive
  • GameSpot
  • Gearbox Publishing
  • Grey Box/Six Foot
  • GungHo Online Entertainment
  • Hori
  • Hyperkin, Inc.
  • InComm
  • Kalypso Media Group
  • Konami Digital Entertainment Inc.
  • LF Gaming
  • Little Buddy, LLC
  • Mayflash Limited
  • Mecca Electronics
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • MomoCon/Dragon Con
  • Natsume Inc.
  • nDreams Ltd
  • Nintendo of America Inc.
  • NVIDIA Corporation
  • Performance Designed Products
  • Psyonix Inc.
  • R.D.S. Industries
  • Rebellion
  • Scarecrow Studio
  • SEGA
  • Sony Interactive Entertainment LLC
  • Splash Damage
  • Square Enix, Inc.
  • Starbreeze Publishing AB
  • Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc.
  • Team 17
  • Techland Publishing
  • Tencent America LLC
  • THQ Nordic
  • Tobii
  • Ubisoft Entertainment SA
  • UCC Distributing Inc.
  • Virtuos
  • Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
  • Wish Interactive
  • XSEED Games
  • Xsens
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