Sony will stream its E3 2014 press conference in 40-50 movie theaters nationwide in the U.S. and Canada, social media senior manager Sid Shuman announced via the PlayStation Blog.
Viewings will be free and open to the public, though anyone interested must register for the event. Attendees will watch the conference live in HD, which will also feature "30 minutes of exclusive content, including extended game footage and developer interviews," in addition to free giveaways.
You can view the full list of participating theaters on the PlayStation Blog. Watch the trailer for the event below.
Sony's E3 2014 press briefing will take place Monday, June 9 at 9 p.m. ET. The company has not announced a full list of games it will show, though more information on titles such as DriveClub, The Order: 1886 and VR venture Project Morpheus are expected. The briefing is being held at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena, where Polygon will be attending to bring you live coverage.
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