Geoff Keighley’s Summer Games it will return next month, and it sounds like it starts with a noise. Keighley promises “an unforgettable month of announcements and updates,” starting with an international exhibition featuring more than a dozen international sports shows, as well as a preview of what we can expect from those who have the opportunity to publish in the coming weeks.
More than 30 publishers are taking part in this year’s Summer Game Fest, including the big names that were not announced on E3. Among them are PlayStation, Blizzard Entertainment, Devolver Digital and Electronic Arts (which also runs its EA Play Live event in July). Also participating in the Summer Game Fest are Epic Games, 2K, Amazon Games, Capcom, Sega, Warner Bros. Games, Ubisoft and Xbox.
The opening ceremony of the Summer Game Fest takes place in just two days myth E3, on June 10th on 2PM ET. With the game unveiled, Kick Live! will feature demonstrations from Weezer and the Day of the Devs demonstration Day. Its Summer Game Fest programs can be set up on Facebook, Twitch, Twitter, YouTube and other platforms, but streams for publisher distribution may not be very accessible.
Last year, Youth Summer Games stretched for four months. This disrupted the excitement of the fans that came with the recent E3 movement, which did not take place in 2020 amid the epidemic. Although it will be extremely current at this time, some publishers will still be able to keep their record up to date.
“You don’t live in a city where you have to have a hotel room the other night to see this,” Keighley told GamesIndustry.biz. “Naturally things are a bit confusing. But I agree with the fans who want to know this in time. We want to have that fight between different games, we want that fun. That’s the idea for this year. Let’s have a great moment, and respect and support. publishers who want to do their own thing. “
Currently, E3 runs from June 12th-15th, I love Nintendo, Xbox and Square Enix participation. You can expect a switch between the event and the Summer Game Fest. The Ubisoft Forward stream is scheduled for the first day of E3. It will also be part of the Summer Game Fest, according to Keighley.
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