One of the biggest mysteries surrounding SEGA going into this year’s E3 is why some of their games are being shown at Atlus’ booth, while SEGA of Europe will be showing some of its PC titles, like Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III.
Thanks to this week’s SEGA Central episode, it appears as though it’s been solved, as it was revealed during the episode that SEGA and Atlus will share a stand in the West Hall at Booth #4810.
SEGA will also be livestreaming Wednesday, June 15 at 11 a.m. PDT (7 p.m. BST / 8 p.m. Central EU) during E3, where they’ll be showing off more of the games at their booth. SEGA’s Dan Sheridan specifically mentioned that “if you’re a Sonic fan in Europe, you’ll want to tune in.”
If the stream goes well, Sheridan says they could do more, so be sure to tune in!
@BaronVonPowell just on Wednesday in place of our usual show. if it's a success we'll do more 🙂
— Dan Sheridan (@ThisIsActionMan) June 8, 2016