Electronic Entertainment Expo popularly known as E3 is scheduled to take place between 12-15th June. Organised by Entertainment Software Association, this year the event will be held digitally featuring a number of developer and publisher partners.
The confirmed partners this year include Ubisoft, Square Enix, Nintendo, Capcom, Xbox, Konami, Take-Two Interactive, Warner Bros. Games and Koch Media. Sony has decided to continue its trend of stepping back from E3.
The event is scheduled for the 12th June and we can expect to get some information on Far Cry 6, VR Assassin's Creed, and Splinter Cell projects. It’s not officially announced but we can also have a glimpse of Beyond Good and Evil 2 as well.
Future Games Show
The event is scheduled for the second year on E3 and will be live on 13th June. Not enough information is available regarding the games we can expect but there can be major releases and small projects as well. You can watch the event live via GamesRadar's YouTube or Twitch channel.
PC Gaming Show
The show is scheduled for the sixth year on E3 and will go live on 13th June. We can expect some new things from PC Gamer. Some of the games that have already got featured include Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord, Valheim, Borderlands 3, XCOM 2, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Warframe, and Baldur's Gate 3. You can watch the event live via PCGamer’s site, YouTube and Twitch channels.
Xbox E3 Showcase
Microsoft and Xbox have confirmed their presence in E3 2021. At the moment, we haven't received any official confirmation but we can surely expect some exciting announcements coming up. Titles like Halo Infinite and Bethesda would be something that would surely grab the headlines.
Microsoft is yet to announce the medium where audiences can witness the event live. Do check this space as we will update the links and timings as and when it’s officially announced.
Square Enix Showcase
The Square Enix President, Yosuke Matsuda announced that the developer is planning things to announce in the event. He also stated during an interview with Nikkei XTrend that they are planning to announce other lineups in June. He didn’t disclose anything for the moment and asked fans to look out for the event.
It’s also not announced as to how the event will be broadcasted live. We will update it here as and when we receive any official notification.
Nintendo E3 Showcase
Earlier it was said that Nintendo will continue its stand of not taking part in E3 but confirmed as one of the partners later. Until now, the company is silent on the schedule and how the audience can witness the event. We will update it here as and when we get any information