The 2021 edition of Summer Game Fest starts this Thursday, June 10th and promises a lot of news related to several game companies. The event is hosted by Geoff Keighley, also known for running the The Game Awards. know how to watch the Summer Game Fest and stay on top of information about days, times and where to attend the event’s conferences.
What is Summer Game Fest 2021
The Summer Game Fest is an event created in 2020 that broadcasts presentations and programs related to the world of games, during the northern hemisphere summer. The production and presentation, count on Geoff Keighley and the 2021 event has the participation of more than 25 companies.
In 2021, the event adds to its schedule, several conferences and broadcasts from producers. Some of them will be shown at both the Summer Game Fest and E3. Check the schedule:
How to Watch Summer Game Fest 2021
Summer Game Fest broadcasts are made through the official event channels.
Summer Game Fest broadcast days and times
Important: Time information considers Brasília time.
Thursday – June 10th
3 pm – Opening of the Summer Game Fest
The event hosted by Geoff Keighley will feature interviews, revelations, trailers, interviews and special presentations from various producers and distributors.
Friday – June 11th
1 pm – Netflix Geeked Week
The final day of the Netflix event will feature new game-based movies and series. The event will also be hosted by Geoff Keighley.
3 pm – Tribeca Games Spotlight
The event will feature exclusive gameplays and interviews with developers, actors and producers. Among the games confirmed at the event are Kena: Bridge of Spirits and 12 Minutes. In addition, there is confirmation of the presence of Hideo Kojima, Guillermo Del Toro and Reggie Fils-Aime.
The event will be broadcast on the official Summer Game Fest channels, but it is also possible to follow it through the Tribeca Film Festival website in its area dedicated to Games.
4 pm – Koch Primetime
Koch Media, which owns franchises like Saints Row and Metro, will have its event on the Game Summer Fest schedule. No information has been released about the games that will appear in the broadcast.
There is that doubt and speculation, whether information will emerge about the near urban legend called Dead Island 2. That game that has been in development since 2014 and changed studio a few times.
There are rumors that information may appear about the new game in the Timesplitters franchise, as the Free Radical studio has been renovated and has members involved in the franchise’s original titles. It remains to wait to find out.
Saturday – June 12th
4 pm – Ubisoft Forward
The Ubisoft event, which will also be broadcast on E3, will feature news about Far Cry 6, the new title in the Rainbow Six franchise, as well as news for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Watch Dogs Legion.
5:30 pm – Returns Annual Showcase
The company that distributed several indies games such as Hotline Miami, Fall Guys, Serious Sam, Shadow Warrior, among others, will have its own conference in 2021 at the Summer Game Fest. Release dates for Phantom Abyss and Death’s Door are expected.
Sunday – June 13th
2 pm – Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase
The event will be broadcast at both E3 and Games Summer Fest. News about Halo Infinite, announcement about a new game in the Forza Motorsport series and Bethesda games like Elder Ring are expected.
4:15 pm – Square Enix Presents
Another event that will be simultaneous with E3. Updates are expected on a new title from the studio Eidos-Montreal, a Marvel Avengers expansion focused on the Black Panther and news on Life is Strange.
6 pm – Warner: Back 4 Blood Showcase
Warner’s event will provide more information and details about the Back 4 Blood game.
Wednesday – June 16th
2 pm – Steam Next Fest
Opening of the event focused on the presentation of several games that will be released on the platform, live broadcasts with developers and chats with game production teams.
Wednesday – June 23
4 pm – Sonic Symphony Orchestra
At a special Summer Games Fest event, an orchestra will play a multi-themed selection of Sonic games in celebration of the character’s 30 years.
With information: Summer Game Fest, Tribeca Film, inverse, Steam Next Fest