Summer Game Fest is taking E3’s June slot
The Summer Game Fest will start off this year on June ninth at 2 PM ET/11 AM PT with a live show facilitated by, as my associate Ash Parrish portrayed him, “perfect computer game publicity man Geoff Keighley.” According to an official statement, the show will be aired on fundamentally every stage catching IT gamers, including YouTube, Twitch, Twitter, and Facebook.
After the enormous debut show will be Day of the Devs, where independent game designers can flaunt what they’re chipping away at. As GameSpot notes, engineers present their games for thought to be remembered for the show. Like last year, the show is being introduced by Iam8bit and Double Fine, the studio behind games like Psychonauts, Grim Fandango, and Broken Age. The SGF site says to “remain tuned” for the declaration of different accomplices that will be important for the show.
Who needs E3?
The obvious issue at hand for this declaration is E3. Recently, we heard that the gaming show was dropped for the current year. It customarily occurred around the very time that Summer Game Fest is booked for, but as of late, there’s been a pattern of the major event studios simply holding their own public interviews or occasions. That appears to be the case again this year; according to the Summer Game Fest website, Microsoft is hosting an Xbox and Bethesda games feature on June 12th.
Keighley and others appear to be mindful of the moving scene. The Summer Game Fest was reported similarly as we caught wind of E3 being dropped, and one individual on Twitter kidded about the fest being named “Keigh3” this year. It appears to be that, assuming you’re hanging tight for news on a game, Summer Game Fest will be what to watch this year. At the show last year, we saw an Elden Ring gameplay trailer and the declaration of Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.