If you can’t get to Los Angeles for E3 (or the open-to-the-public E3 Live), you can still experience the expo in an assortment of ways. The latest to be announced: The PlayStation E3 Experience, a livestream of the Sony E3 briefing shown on June 13, at more than 85 cinemas across the US, Canada and – for the first time – Latin America.
It’s the third year in a row that Sony has done this, increasing in capacity after each show, which suggests that more than a few people are packing into cinemas to find out what’s next for PlayStation.
The full list of cinemas is available on the PlayStation Blog, and please note that while tickets are free, you will need to be at least 17 years old to get in. Everyone who attends will be given some freebies, plus some digital swag the publisher hasn’t detailed just yet.
Want in on this? Head to the official PlayStation E3 Experience page from 10am PT / 1pm ET Wednesday June 1, and try your luck.