It’s time to mark your calendar and plan your itinerary because it’s crowded with people E3 schedule Expected new games from the world’s largest developers and publishers.
Due to the continuing situation around the world, instead of physical performances, the video game industry once again chooses summer performances to attract your attention all the time.
Of course, not every summer show is an official E3 event. Over the past few years, Sony has decided to stick to its own schedule—basically pounce on it when it feels it can best weaken its competitors. In 2021, Sony did not even promise to make a show at all, but kept hinting in interviews.
However, you can expect E3 time shows from major console platforms such as Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo, as well as the largest publishers such as EA and Ubisoft.
More importantly, this is the first complete E3 schedule since the release of PS5 and Xbox Series X, so it adds momentum to large dogs trying to influence your next game console purchase.
Since Microsoft recently acquired Bethesda Softworks, the latter has held its own E3 show in the past few years, but will now share the Xbox stage, which will also arouse the interest of many people. With some huge franchises in the Bethesda roster, Sony will definitely retaliate with its own well-known brands.
In addition to direct video game manufacturers, the Summer Game Show will return, hoping to bring another batch of exclusive information to reveal from more diverse creators than you might see in publisher-specific events.
First, we will briefly introduce you to the E3 schedule so that you can quickly jot down when and where you need to go, and then we will delve into your expectations for each show:
E3 Schedule 2021-complete list of dates and start times
|E3 Schedule 2021-Date and start time|
|Scheduled flow name||date||American time||British time||European time||Australia time||How to watch the link|
|The guerrilla group show and the black voice in the game||June 5||8 AM Pacific Time and 10 AM Pacific Time, 11 AM Eastern Time and 1 PM Eastern Time||UK 4pm||17:00||11 PM EST, 1 AM EST (June 6)||Associate|
|Battlefield 6 Announcement Event||June 9||7 a.m. Pacific time, 10 a.m. Eastern time||UK 3pm||4 pm||10 PM EST, 12 AM EST (June 10)||Associate|
|The opening scene of the Summer Game Festival!||June 10||11 a.m. Pacific time, 2 p.m. Eastern time||7 p.m. UK||8pm||2 AM AW, 4 AM AE (June 11)||Associate|
|Netflix Geek Week||June 11||9 a.m. Pacific time, 12 p.m. Eastern time||5pm UK||18:00||AW 12 AM, AE 2 AM (June 12)||Associate|
|Koch Prime Time||June 11||12 p.m. Pacific time, 3 p.m. Eastern time||8pm UK||9 pm||3 AM, 5 AM EST (June 12)||Associate|
|IGN Expo||June 11||1 p.m. Pacific time, 4 p.m. Eastern time||9 p.m. UK||10 at night||4 AM EST, 6 AM EST (June 12)||Associate|
|Ubisoft on the move||June 12||12 p.m. Pacific time, 3 p.m. Eastern time||8pm UK||9 pm||3 AM, 5 AM EST (June 13)||Associate|
|The guerrilla group display and healthy direct sales||June 12||8 AM Pacific Time and 10 AM Pacific Time, 11 AM Eastern Time and 1 PM Eastern Time||UK 4pm||17:00||11 p.m. EST, 1 a.m. EST (June 13)||Associate|
|Xbox + Bethesda game show||June 13||10 a.m. Pacific time, 1 p.m. Eastern time||UK 6pm||7 p.m.||1 AM (Eastern Time), 3 AM (Eastern Time) (June 14)||Associate|
|Computer Game Show||June 13||To be determined||To be determined||To be determined||To be determined||Associate|
|Nintendo Tree House Live||June 15||9 a.m. Pacific time, 12 p.m. Eastern time||5pm UK||18:00||12 AM EST, 2 AM EST (June 16)||Associate|
|Steam next superstar||June 16||10 a.m. Pacific time, 1 p.m. Eastern time||UK 6pm||7 p.m.||1 AM (Eastern Time), 3 AM (Eastern Time) (June 17)||Associate|
|EA live broadcast||July 22||To be determined||To be determined||To be determined||To be determined||Associate|
|Possible Sony E3 demo||To be determined||To be determined||To be determined||To be determined||To be determined||To be determined|
|Square Enix E3 Conference||To be determined||To be determined||To be determined||To be determined||To be determined||To be determined|
As more programs are announced, we will update the form.
Expectations for every E3 show
Now that we have understood the details of the E3 schedule, it is time for rampant speculation.
Sony hasn’t even revealed their plans for the next few weeks, but this does not stop the spread of rumors.
Summer game festival
The Summer Game Festival has eliminated almost all major developers and publishers who do not have their own shows, and some even have their own shows as partners, so a lot of content can be displayed during the event-but many can’t.
2K games, Amazon, Activision, Bandai Namco, Blizzard, Capcom, Devolver Digital, EA, Epic Games, Gearbox, Hi-Rez, PlayStation, Riot, Sega, Square Enix, Steam, Ubisoft, Both Warner and Xbox are on the list, and there are plenty of studios to visit.
Blizzard has postponed its own online Blizzard Carnival event until 2022, so we may see some teasing of Diablo Immortal, Diablo 4, Diablo 2: Resurrection and Overwatch 2 in order to make a difference between Blizzard and its own Before the audience talked, it caused hype.
Although Warner Bros. is developing multiple DC comic games, it is not clear how any of their plans will be affected by the AT&T/Discovery merger.
Obviously, we will see MiHoYo talking about Genshin Impact and Amazon talking about New World MMO, but the collaboration with DoubleFine on Devs Independent Show Day also shows that they are launching some new things.
Geoff Keighley, the planner, host and producer of Summer Game Fest, has a well-documented long-term relationship with Metal Gear Solid and death stranding legend Hideo Kojima. Therefore, it is very likely that we will see a new game from Kojima at some point during the celebration.
Regarding whether Sony will host a live event, there is no official news yet, but it is still possible.
We know that PlayStation will launch a huge blockbuster before the end of 2021-Horizon Forbidden West-but will others be closer than you think?
After Horizon Forbidden West State of Play, Sony has not revealed the schedule of the larger summer show, but it is reported that PlayStation Studios is developing 25 PS5, you can’t see that they completely give up the floor to green men and women.
Obviously, nearly half of these 25 IPs are new IPs that are not based on any existing brands, so it is possible at least to announce a potential franchisee. PlayStation Studios head Herman Hulst said in an interview with the PlayStation Blog that Sony Bend, the developer behind Days Gone, is developing a new open world IP that may meet the requirements.
God of War: The Twilight of the Gods has always been thought to appear sometime in 2021, but thanks to the same interview with the PS blog, we now know that we won’t see Kratos again until 2022. Preemptive disappointment before the new trailer drops, but there are still many question marks.
One thing we know is “Gran Turismo 7.” Polyphony’s prestigious driving simulation game will appear on the racing track in 2022, but this does not mean that we will not see some super shiny gameplay at this year’s conference.
Of course, there are always ridiculous but evergreen rumors that Rockstar owes Sony an exclusive game. However, while this will never happen, some timed exclusive Rockstar content—a GTA online heist, or a PS5 version of Red Dead Redemption 2, maybe—may not be so far-fetched.
Microsoft and Bethesda
After the disastrous birth of Craig the Brute last year, I would be very surprised if Microsoft did not really support their new hardware with gorgeous and exaggerated displays.
Many of the largest Xbox brands should be updated, so there are many options for careful consideration. If it’s good and it’s on Xbox, then there might be a new one.
It is almost certain that we will get an adjusted Halo Infinite release date, and it is likely that there will be some new gameplay to showcase the visual style that may be redesigned based on feedback.
Based on the previously announced trailers, it may also be time for some updates to the new fables and Forza Motorsport games being produced. However, there may be too many other things to squeeze in.
Now with the power of Bethesda, we can see that Microsoft has revealed more information about the teased Elder Scrolls 6, even though it appeared to be in an early stage of development when it was first shown.
Bethesda seems happy to use such an incredibly thin trailer for hype, you can hardly rule out anything. Shame 3? Fallout New Vegas 2?
Hype. The hype will never change. When you just show the camera panning in the CG landscape and call it a trailer, everything is possible.
In the real world, the more specific details of the mysterious RPG Starfield and Indiana Jones games announced earlier this year seem to be a safer bet.
Some [email protected] independent games and some extensions or special deals that may be related to the industry-leading Game Pass subscription service are also likely to appear.
Nintendo has stated that in June, Nintendo Direct will contain 40 minutes of exclusive Nintendo Switch software information, “mainly released in 2021.”
This means that you might expect more details about the remake of Pokemon Diamond and Pearl, but some large games have been dark for a while and look ready to be released.
Metroid Prime 4 and Bayonetta 3 were both teased in 2017, if it is not the release date, at least they may be updated.
Then there is Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 to consider. This was disclosed in 2019, but its positioning as a direct sequel may speed up the development cycle.
Further afield, Splatoon 3 should drop in 2022. At the same time, announcements of new content may be released in the games that have already been released, such as the long-awaited update, to reintroduce fan favorites in “Animal Crossing New Horizons” character of.
Finally, in terms of hardware, there are rumors that Nintendo will launch a new game console: Switch Pro. It is likely to come, and it is likely to come this year.
Ubisoft has its usual large budget and large world games coming soon, but recently it has been promoting many competitive action games to take advantage of the battle royale and MOBA craze.
From Roller Champions to Hyperscape, Ubi’s series of e-sports-style games are likely to appear.
We have seen some of the content of Far Cry 6, but it is surprising that it did not appear during the Ubisoft Forward event.
Ironically, the remake of “Prince of Persia: Sands of Time” was postponed indefinitely at the beginning of this year, but we may see its new date again here.
Another game that seems to have lost to the Sands of Time is the game that will be renamed “Rainbow Six: Isolation”. It was initially postponed in 2019, but apparently it will expire before the end of the fiscal year in April next year.
In terms of Assassin’s Creed, we are more likely to see more from Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s second story DLC expansion pack, Siege of Paris.
Finally, we have a chance to see “Beyond Good and Evil 2” or The Settlers, the city builder after transformation, reappear.
The leak undermined the surprise factor of Square Enix’s 2021 E3 exhibition. Reports detailed the Final Fantasy derivative works of Nioh, Ninja Gaiden, and Dead or Alive developer Team Ninja.
You can also expect to see more details of the next major series entry in Square’s most famous series, Final Fantasy 16.
Outside of FF, the fascinating Athia/Forspoken plan may be revealed more fully, and after a year in the Avengers, there may be something new in Marvel’s license.
For better or worse, EA always has a stable genre of sports games to rely on, so you can always rely on the new information of FIFA 22 and Madden NFL 22.
A separate unveiling event is being held for Battlefield 6, so although more gameplay may be shown, it may pay more attention to the new content in the Star Wars license and hope that Bioware will update the new Dragon Age.
Speaking of Bioware, as it started from Anthem and after the Mass Effect Legend series, is it too early to see the overall return to the Mass Effect series?
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