In addition to a ton of characters, both new and old, Nintendo announced that many familiar characters will have new moves and capabilities to freshen up their gameplay. Of course, if you miss the livestream, you'll still be able to enjoy the show on-demand, since we'll replace the video with that as soon as Sony makes it available after the show.
We're also expecting Nintendo to detail more about its incoming online services - and there's even rumours that we'll see a Fortnite shock release on the platform, too. There's also the possibility that more details will be offered about Metroid Prime 4 and the new Yoshi game, which were just teased past year, as well as the recently announced Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu/Eevee games. We're excited to hear more. There are so many different games in the works at Nintendo and we doubtless only know about a few of them.
After three days full of exciting announcements, trailers, and surprises, the E3 2018 show floor at the LA Convention Center finally opens today.
The Daily Star will be covering each conference with a live stream, but below you'll find a rundown of what is happening and when.