It’s June, and that means that the most exciting time of the year for gamers is upon us. A slate of shows and announcements are just around the corner. But because E3 is seemingly long gone, the usual consolidated shows are a bit more spread out. This year, it’s quite confusing to keep on top of all the shows, but that’s where we come in.
See below to find all the shows, all the dates, and all the times, so you can stay up to date with the biggest news this summer.
For the third year in a row, Geoff Keighley hosted a cross-industry event to show off the biggest games that are coming this year and beyond.
Following immediately after was a Day of the Devs showcase, spotlighting some unique indie games that you should definitely see.
The chaos of Devolver Direct is never to be missed. Poking fun at other showcase events while announcing and showing off incredible indie games. An experience awaits any who are brave enough to step into the madness of Devolver Direct.
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The world renowned film festival Tribeca is spotlighted interesting upcoming games. While no announcements were be made, new look were given for unique upcoming games, as well as interviews with developers.
Darling publisher Freedom Games showed off and announcing their upcoming games as part of IGN’s lineup.
Combining big indie forces such as Team 17, Akupara, and Skybound, the Guerilla Collective was a show full of colourful announcements. Industry trends were off the table here, with the most unique and interesting releases of the year announced.
Following immediately after was the Wholesome Direct, which showed off nearly 100 cuddly and bright games that are, as you would expect, pretty wholesome.
Always good for a few premiers, the Future Games Show was a great showcase to watch. This year the show was hosted by both Doug Cockle and Denise Gough, who portrayed Geralt and Yennefer in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, respectively.
Xbox and Bethesda promised to bring the latest news and reveals on Xbox exclusives. This is a must-see for Xbox or PC fans. If you missed the show, catch up here.
Don't forget about the PC Gaming Show. A relaxed production with less of the flash and more of a focus on the upcoming games that will make your rigs whirr. This was the show for PC enthusiasts who want to see what the future of their platform looks like. To see what was announced, click here.
Capcom showed off in-depth gameplay of previously announced titles during their showcase. While no big announcements were made, it was good to see more Street Fighter and Resident Evil during this half-hour spectacle.
Surprise! Xbox and Bethesda are back again just two days after their initial showcase. Providing a deeper look into what's announced in the first presentation, as well as delivering a few smaller surprises that didn't make the base show, this was a feast for those waiting for the newest Xbox titles.
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