[E3 2021] The Final Schedule Is Revealed

Now we have all the spots filled in the online event by Entertainment Software Association =ESA). Still, if you are not from the United States, you might find most of the schedule not suitable for your timezone.


Here’s the full schedule, without any further delays:


(All times are in Pacific.)


Saturday, June 12


10 am – Broadcast Pre-Show

11 am – Ubisoft Forward Pre-Show

12 pm – Ubisoft Forward

2 pm – Gearbox E3 Showcase

2:45 pm – GamesBeat Session


Sunday, June 13


8:45 am – Broadcast Pre-Show

9:30 am – Naraka: Bladepoint (24 Entertainment)

10 am – Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase

12:15 pm – Square Enix

2 pm – Back 4 Blood (Warner Bros. Games)

2:30 pm – PC Gaming Show

4 pm – Future Games Show


Monday, June 14


8 am – Broadcast Pre-Show

9 am – Verizon

9:45 am – Intellivision

10:15 am – Take-Two Interactive Panel

11:10 am – Mythical Games

12 pm – Indie Showcase

12:30 pm – Freedom Games

1 pm – VENN

2:30 pm – Capcom

3 pm – Razer


Tuesday, June 15


8 am – Broadcast Pre-Show

9 am – Nintendo Direct and Nintendo Treehouse: Live

2:25 pm – Bandai Namco

3:30 pm – Yooreka Studio

3:35 pm – GameSpot Play For All Showcase

4:45 pm – Official E3 2021 Awards Show


From Gearbox, we are reportedly hearing that a new game called Wonderlands will be revealed. Capcom confirmed to bring The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles (a localization collection!), Monster Hunter Stories 2, Monster Hunter Rise, and Resident Evil Village, but we might see other announcements during the 30-minute showcase from them, and everyone else in the list above. We are also surprised to see one game each from 24 Entertainment and Warner taking a slot (Naraka: Bladepoint and Back 4 Blood, respectively.)

Geoff Keighley’s separate Summer Game Fest will start on June 10, confirmed to have a reveal of season 4 for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone, part of more than 30 game announcements. Koch Media will also have a big announcement of their own.

Source: PSL

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