Steam replaces the E3 – more or less. The Summer Game Festival starts in June, bringing you closer to upcoming games and creating a connection with the developers.
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The said Steam Summer Game Festival is scheduled to take place from June 9 to June 14, the week in which the E3 2020 in Los Angeles, which was canceled due to the Corona virus, was originally planned.
The festival is intended to give developers the opportunity to present their titles, especially in the form of time-limited, playable demos. Developers have until April 24 to submit their games.
The whole campaign is of course free of charge for games, all you need is a Steam account and a PC to play the demos presented. The festival may even draw more circles, because producer Geoff Keighley announced that the festival would be extended to other platforms, without however giving specific details.
Anyone interested can set a reminder on the Steam website. Developers can also get information on how to submit demos there.