E3 is back! Sort of. E3 2021 will be an all-digital event where you get to see the press conferences broadcasted live, as well as browse through virtual booths to see all the upcoming new games.
E3 2021 will see a bunch of the usual press conferences/ showcase presentations with the big reveals. There are familiar names, as well as smaller publishers and indie developers that will take part in the show.
Here’s a quick overview of the major E3 2021 press conferences, and the start times in Malaysia Time, +8 GMT:
- Ubisoft (3 AM)
- Gearbox Entertainment (5 AM)
- 24 Entertainment- Naraka Bladepoint Showcase (12.30 AM)
- Xbox + Bethesda (1 AM)
- Square Enix (3.15 AM)
- WB Games – Back 4 Blood Showcase (5 AM)
- PC Gaming Show (5.30 AM)
- Future Games Show (7 AM)
- Capcom (5.30 AM)
- Razer (6 AM)
- Mythical Games
- Freedom Games
- Nintendo (12 AM)
- Bandai Namco
- Yooreka Games
Note: there are more panels and shows that will broadcast throughout E3, including a Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Panel Discussion from Take-Two Interactive.
While not part of E3, there will be other big gaming events that will take place during the week starting June 12. Events of note (which are part of Summer Game Fest 2021) that’s been confirmed are:
- Koch Primetime (Deep Silver) (June 12, 3 AM)
- Devolver Digital (June 13, 4.30 AM)
- Steam Next Fest (June 17, 1 AM)
Where To Watch E3 2021
The various press conferences can be viewed in their entirety on E3’s Twitch and YouTube channels, which includes a pre-show by hosts Alex “Goldenboy” Mendez, Jacki Jing and Greg Miller ahead of the first broadcast.
While you can register as a fan to “attend” E3 2021, you don’t need to do so if you are just want to watch the big announcement shows.