Want to find out all the dates and times of E3 2021? Niche Gamer has got your back with our schedule!
While the pandemic saw to E3 2020 being cancelled twice, the world seems to be dusting itself off and getting back on its feet. Rumors of E3 2021 having paywalled content was quickly denied; though the specter of the leaked planning documents for E3 2020 still haunt the event.
Utilizing influencers, celebrities, “The Power of Social Good”, and the public sneak peak of it being a “new and revitalized experience;” that all died out with E3 2020. As E3 2021 is purely digital, the event falls mainly into the hands of the publishers and developers themselves, while the ESA organizes to keep things running smooth.
Despite the fact E3 2021 takes place officially from June 12th to June 15th; there are few eager beavers and fashionably late late-comers looking to stand out.
We will update this article when new events are confirmed, but check out E3 2021 tag for our latest on when to expect the biggest news in gaming.
You can find the schedule below.
INDIE Live Expo 2021 – 2 a.m. PT. Via YouTube.
Guerrilla Collective Day 1 – 8 a.m. PT. Via Twitch.
Guerrilla Collective Day 2 – 8 a.m. PT. Via Twitch.
Wholesome Games Direct – 10 a.m. PT. Via YouTube.
Freedom Games – 12:30 p.m. PT. Via YouTube.
Take-Two Interactive – TBA.
Mythical Games – TBA.
Yooreka Games – TBA. Via YouTube.
Steam Next Fest – 10 a.m. PT to June 22nd. Limited-time demos for upcoming games, developer livestreams, and the chance to chat with developers about the games.
Sega, and more. Please bear in mind come companies may present their upcoming games purely within other conferences.
PlayStation also have yet to confirm their conference dates and times.
Skipping E3 2021 this year is Konami, who stated they were “in deep development on a number of key projects.”
Beyond E3 2021
GamesCom 2021 begins August 24th to 29th, and much like E3 2021, it will be an online experience.
October 16th has the return of the DC FanDome; likely to show more news for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, Gotham Knights, and possibly more DC Comics themed games.
What are you looking forward to? What rumored games are you hoping will be revealed? Sound off in the comments below!
Image: Press release via email.