E3 2021 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) is knocking at the doors, and this year’s event schedule promises to deliver a unique experience for the fans.
After last year’s event was called off due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Electronic Entertainment Expo is returning this year to be rebranded in the form of an all-virtual “Electronic Entertainment Experience.” However, the exciting list of developers, content creators, publishers, and companies, along with tons of news featuring video games, will stay the same.
This year’s E3 event won’t be in-person but, for the first time, will be in online mode and thus has many possibilities to be the biggest online event ever on the planet. So instead of crowding up the LA Convention Center, fans will be able to enjoy E3 2021 straight from their homes, which is scheduled to be held from June 12 to June 15.
Very proud to announce that #E32021 will be partnering with the non-profit International Game Developers Association (@IGDA) to elevate indie developers & provide opportunities to highlight their work in this year’s show and the years to come! Read more:https://t.co/D231dnKVjv
— E3 (@E3) May 18, 2021
So far, a lot of details about the happenings of E3 2021 are yet to be revealed from the organizer’s end, but a few publishers have already opened up about their plans and activities. It is also expected that a few popular games will reveal new gameplays or trailers at the event.
E3 2020 was canceled due to the pandemic. But in 2021, the mega gaming event will be returning in an all-new online-only form. Fans will be able to watch and track the entire event for four days on the following official media partners’ platforms:
TwitchYouTube GamingTwitterFacebook GamingTikTokVennSteamRedditEntertainment WeeklyWebediaWeChatBiliBiliAfreecaTVLiveXLiveBkohtakteGameStarGameProMax: Monsters and ExplosionsMeinmmo3D JuegosVida ExtraJeux VideoLestreamES1GameSpotIGN BrasilMGGUbisoft Website
Lots of #E32021 hype so far but where can you WATCH IT? We’ve been dying to announce our giant distribution list for this year’s live show (& other E3 content) including YouTube, Twitch, Facebook Gaming, Twitter, Steam, Reddit & more!
Get the full scoop:https://t.co/E1Y00kBrB3
— E3 (@E3) May 21, 2021
We’re still adding to the big list of all the places you’ll be able to watch #E32021 but today we’re stoked to drop some news about our E3 app & online portal which will feature our live broadcast, online booths for exhibitors, & more! https://t.co/3KD2KiX0CU
— E3 (@E3) May 13, 2021
The Entertainment Software Association has also transformed its official website into a live online portal where fans will be able to track live updates from E3 2021. ESA’s mobile application has also been redeveloped to go at par with the online portal, and users will be able to visit the “virtual booths” of each exhibitor.
June 10, Thursday
Summer Games Fest – Kick Off Live! (6:00 PM GMT) –
June 12, Saturday
Ubisoft Forward (6:00 PM GMT)
June 13, Sunday
PC Gaming Show (Time TBD)Future Gaming Show (Time TBD)
June 16, Monday
Steam Next Fest (5:00 PM GMT)
June 10 will see several “premiere” game announcements for the Summer Game Fest. But the main focus for fans will be on Saturday, June 12, as Ubisoft Forward might reveal some exciting updates on games like Far Cry 6, the VR Assassin’s Creed, Splinter Cell projects, and Riders Republic.
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Though Ubisoft is yet to specify the games’ list for E3 2021 appearances, fans are expecting updates on the Six Siege, Hyper Scape, The Division 2, and Beyond Good & Evil 2.
Edited by Shaheen Banu
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