Return Digital has been doing a deferred conference where they present the video games that they will launch in the coming months, at the same time that they make heads explode and fill with blood to presented and to the public. In spite of the cancellation of E3 2020, the publisher does not renounce its irreverent annual presentation, but they don't know when it will take place.
"The Return Direct 2020 will happen, but we are not sure when due to THESE UNSTABLE TIMES", they say in a brief statement on Twitter to which they add that we should expect a good presentation. What in the standards of the editor of Miami Hotline
Return Direct 2020 is happening but were not sure when due to THESE UNCERTAIN TIMES.
Should be a good one though.— Devolver Digital (@devolverdigital) May 12, 2020
Beyond the gallons of blood, crazed actors / presenters, and stunned audience we can expect, the company has several confirmed games for this year, besides those we don't know. Among them are Serious Sam 4: Planet Badass, the expected Eitr (announced in 2015) and Weird West, the former worker action RPG from Arkane Studios (Dishonored, Prey).
Also, they have in their wallet Disc Room (the new from the creators of Minit), Carrion (a metroidvania where the player controls a terrifying beast that grows in size by eating people), Fall Guys
Following the cancellation of E3, the organizer of the face-to-face event, the Entertainment Software Association, attempted to E3 2020 digital in collaboration with the different companies. This initiative was not successful and each one went on their own. Microsoft Go presenting news once a month during 2020. Sony he is rumored to be planning an event for the first half of June. The Nintendo Direct
Initiatives such as the Summer Game Fest from Geoff Keighley (The Game Awards), Play for All (Gamepot), Summer of Gaming (IGN> / i>) and Gerrilla Collective, focused on indies and AA.