Everything's beginning to kick off with game reveals and events, as we slowly uncover the upcoming slate of titles for the foreseeable future. Last summer was a bit of a mess in terms of how many events were thrown at us, but this one is expected to a bit more manageable. That being said, we're still seeing a ton of different showcases scattered around that it can quickly become overwhelming.
To make things easier, we've correlated everything into a sort of 'one stop' shop. Here, you'll be able to keep track of every event, when it's coming, and where you can tune in. While we're keeping this Xbox specific, we'll also throw in other key events you may want check out over the Summer.
It's going to be a busy summer, so strap in!
- Tuesday, July 6 - 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 5PM UTC / 6PM BST
With new gameplay, exciting announcements, special guests and epic collaborations. See you there!
EA Play Live
- Thursday, July 22 - 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 5PM UTC / 6PM BST
EA Play Live is coming back July 22nd. Save the date!
Annapurna Interactive Showcase
- Thursday, July 29 - 12PM PT / 3PM ET / 7PM UTC / 8PM BST
Gameplay reveals, announcements, and much more.
Gamescom Opening Night Live
- Tuesday, August 24 - Timings TBA
We'll see you live on Tuesday, August 24 for a spectacular showcase event filled with video game announcements, news and surprises.
Is there any particular event you're looking forward to the most? Let us know in the comments below.
Where is E3 in the list?
Thank you for doing this, makes things much easier!
Excuse my ignorance, but what does BST mean? Berlin Standard Time?
I think UTC time would be generally easier for international audiences to understand.
@Magabro It's British Summer Time - we'll add UTC in there as well
People are afraid of Sonic's new collection but it can't be worse than Super Mario 3D All-Stars, three lazy ports and no Super Mario Galaxy 2. What happened on the Dragon Quest 35th anniversary stream? The first one I'll watch is Sonic's. Did they announce classic Dragon Quest games for Xbox? I only saw the Dragon Quest III Remake.
Reply from Liam_Doolan:
1. A Dragon Quest mobile puzzle game (iOS/Android - will launch overseas in the future)
2. Version 6 of Dragon Quest X (Japan only - no plans for a worldwide release)
3. Dragon Quest X Offline (Japan only for now - 2022, no platforms announced)
4. Dragon Quest III HD-2D Remake (worldwide home console release, no platforms or release date announced)
5. Dragon Quest Treasures (an RPG spin-off starring Erik and Mia from DQ11, focused on treasure hunting, release date and platforms have not been announced)
6. Dragon Quest XII: The Flames of Fate (the next mainline entry in the series, no platforms or release dates announced).
So much gaming news, Great time to be a gamer.
Sonic stream live soon! I'm nervous.
@FraserG thank you very much!
@FraserG You should pin this to the main page, so people can return to it more easily for updates and recalling showtimes. Thanks for doing this though. The best compiled list I've found so far.
So wait is Sony not doing anything? Like not even their own show around e3 time but separate from e3?
I'm going to watch the Xbox showcase but after that I'll just read up on the rest here. Gamepass is all that's on my radar in all honesty.
@xMightyMatt14x they just did it with their state of play and then the interview about cross gen and delays.
@Krzzystuff that was it? They gotta have more than that
@xMightyMatt14x maybe they drop a stream out of the blue after everyone does their events to get some spotlight back? I doubt it but it's a possibility
@GunValkyrie I'm interested in the DOOM Collection the Switch has.
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