It's been a day of big video game unveils, and there's more to come.
Sony will Monday night stage its annual E3 press conference, broadcasting live from the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena.
Here's betting there's a look at the latest in the "Uncharted" franchise, as well as Sony's Project Morpheus virtual reality headset.
Also, keep an eye out for left-of-center indie-leaning projects such as "What Remains of Edith Finch."
E3 officially begins Tuesday afternoon, but most of the game reveals happened on Sunday night and Monday.
Last night, Bethesda showcased footage from "Doom" and "Fallout 4," among others, while Microsoft broadcast scenes from upcoming games in the "Halo" and "Tomb Raider" franchises. Also today, Electronic Arts showed new footage from "Star Wars: Battlefront."