E3 2019: Check Out The Giant Posters Outside LA Convention Center

It's beginning to look a lot like E3.

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E3 2019 is about to begin. The annual gaming expo officially kicks off in a couple of days, while Microsoft's Xbox press conference--where the company has teased it'll reveal its next-gen "Scarlet" console--takes place in a few hours. As has become a tradition at this point, with E3 quickly approaching, publishers are hanging massive posters around the Los Angeles Convention Center and other buildings throughout downtown LA to hype up the impending event.

GameSpot is now on the ground in LA, and we've taken some pictures of the giant video game posters we've seen decorating the city. Many of this year's biggest releases are featured prominently around town; Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, the upcoming reboot of the massive shooter franchise, has the honor of adorning the entrance of the LACC's Wes Hall this year, greeting attendees as they make their way into the show, but it certainly isn't the only game represented; Bethesda's Doom Eternal is gracing the Hotel Figueroa, and we've also spotted a poster of CD Projekt Red's highly anticipated Cyberpunk 2077.

You can take a look at some of the E3 posters we've seen in the gallery below. We'll continue to add more photos as the week progresses. We'll also have photos of the show floor once it opens, so be sure to check back on GameSpot for our full coverage of E3 2019.

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E3 officially begins on Tuesday, June 11, when the show floor opens to the press and public. However, many of the industry's biggest publishers will be holding press conferences and other events in the days leading up to then, including Microsoft, Bethesda, Square Enix, and Nintendo. The one notable exception is Sony; for the first time since it entered the industry, the PS4 maker has decided not to attend E3.

We've already gotten a wealth of news before E3 has even begun. On June 5, Nintendo aired a special Pokemon Direct, which revealed a ton of new details about Pokemon Sword and Shield. The next day, Google streamed its first Stadia Connect presentation, sharing new information about its upcoming game streaming platform. And that's nothing to say of the numerous leaks and rumors to crop up before the show. You can find all the biggest news and announcements on our E3 hub.

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