With the start of E3 2021 just over a week away, the Electronic Software Association has shared the Peru . ESA’s broadcast will kick off with a pre-show of 1PM ET on Saturday 12 June, with keynote presentations from Ubisoft and Gearbox Entertainment to follow later that day.
, Microsoft and Bethesda will receive their joint virtual conference on June 13 at 1PM ET. On the same day, fans can also expect a special presentation from , and also the . At one point during Sunday’s broadcast, Warner Bros. Games will also make an appearance. We haven’t heard so much from the studio since at the beginning of the year. Hopefully we can have a new look at the game then.
On June 14, there will be several smaller presentations during the day, including those from Capcom and series publisher Grand Theft Auto Take-Two Interactive. From Tuesday, the last day of the conference, you might think you can tune in, but if you’re a Switch owner, you’ll want to set aside time from noon ET to catch up . The company said it will spend about 40 minutes talking about games that will exist later this year. Before the caps all over, there will be last minute presentations from Bandai Namco and Yooreka Games. In the last two days of the event, the official broadcast will begin at 11:00 AM ET.
If the calendar looks a little lean, don’t forget about it , and host Geoff Keighley has promised “more than a dozen” world premieres and announcements. However, we will be performing live during several presentations, as well follow Engadget on YouTube to take those.
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