Sony is easily tied with Nintendo for the most hyped up presentation of this year, and that's with us knowing a lot of the content that will be in it.
This year Sony have decided to go a different route with E3. Rather than keeping the first party contents of their presentation a surprise, Sony have already told us what they'll be doing and only leaving the third party stuff a secret.
Although this makes it seem like there won't be any surprises at their conference, the things that might show up are still pretty open-ended.
We know that Sony will be showing off four of their biggest first-party games with The Last Of Us, Death Stranding, Spider-Man and Ghost of Tsushima, but we still don't really know what exactly they'll show off. It could be a full gameplay reveal but it could also just be a story trailer.
The third-party opportunities are where it really gets exciting for Sony. We don't know a single thing that is supposed to appear at their conference, and we can only judge based on the rumours.
With Sony either being the best or the worst conference depending on who you ask, they need to bring the big guns this year and really make their games look exciting.