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E3 2016 to get its first public show with ‘E3 Live’

The Entertainment Software Association, event organiser for E3, has opened its doors to the public for the first time in the show’s history with E3 Live.

E3 Live will be the first time gamers can attend the show and get a chance to experience some of the upcoming titles available at the conference.

People looking to attend the show, which will run from June 14-16, will need to register their interest on the official website.

TrustedReviews shares its predictions for E3 2016:

E3 Live will be hosted near the LA Convention Center, and include hands-on sessions for games, live music and merchandise for fans to purchase.

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It’ll be free to attend but you will need a ticket, available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

E3 2016 kicks off on June 14, but press conferences start the Sunday before, June 12.

TrustedReviews will be at the show to provide you with all the latest news, plus hands-on previews and exclusive interviews.

Which game are you most excited to see at the show? Let us know in the comments.

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