Watch the E3 2019 UploadVR Showcase here

Tune into the E3 2019 UploadVR Showcase live stream to see what's new in virtual reality this year.

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E3 2019 might be missing a few familiar faces, like Sony, but some new ones are joining the line-up this year to help fill in the gaps. In fact, this year will mark the first time that we’ve seen a dedicated VR showcase at E3, and to be fair, there isn’t anyone more suited for the job than UploadVR. You can tune into the showcase yourself, right here, and we’ll share all the gritty details below.

Watch the E3 2019 UploadVR Showcase live stream here

Back in April. UploadVR announced that they would be holding the first ever E3 VR Showcase. Now, as we close in on the first day of E3, we finally know when that showcase will take place. You can tune into the UploadVR E3 2019 showcase when it kicks off at 9AM PDT on Monday June 10 via the UploadVR YouTube. The showcase itself will showcase around 30 different titles.

Of the developers that UploadVR has teased, it looks like Fast Travel Games, Survios, and Neat Corporation will be among the developers making an appearance. All three have created outstanding VR titles, and it will be exciting to see what they each have planned to work on next. Aside from heading from developers, it’s also expected that we’ll see a ton of new trailers, behind-the-scenes spotlights, and even some world premieres for upcoming VR games.

Watch the E3 2019 Upload VR Showcase here

The VR showcase will run for roughly 60 minutes according to UploadVR, and it’s going to be an action-packed 60 minutes at that. Make sure you tune in a little early so that you don’t miss any of the action and be sure to let us know what VR games you’re most excited about in the comments below.

For more action from E3 2019, be sure to return to our E3 2019 hub and then make sure you follow Shacknews on Twitter for easy access to all the latest news, announcements, and behind-the-scenes interviews from the showfloor.

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Joshua holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and has been exploring the world of video games for as long as he can remember. He enjoys everything from large-scale RPGs to small, bite-size indie gems and everything in between.

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