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E3 2021 Schedule at a Glance

This year’s E3 conference may be somewhat muted when comparing it to last year’s announcements of next-gen consoles and AAA titles. Factor in the delays due to the pandemic, and there’s a recipe for the individual events to be a little rushed. Announcements are likely to be packed with more little details and updates than ground-breaking launches. Those long-awaited releases are what we’ve all been waiting for, though, especially when it comes to the likes of Battlefield 6 and Bethesda’s next projects.

At a glance, the show schedule for E3 2021 is full to the brim with a mix of the huge companies and small studios everyone has been waiting to hear from. Below is a list of the currently scheduled events upcoming in chronological order, with dates and times:

EventDateTime (British Summer Time)
Guerrilla Collective Part 1Saturday, June 516:00
Battlefield revealWednesday, June 915:00
Summer Game Fest Kickoff Live!Thursday, June 1019:00
Koch Primetime conferenceFriday, June 1120:00
Guerrilla Collective Part 2Saturday, June 1216:00
Ubisoft E3 2021 conferenceSaturday, June 1220:00
GearboxSaturday, June 1220:00
Devolver DigitalSaturday, June 12TBC
Back 4 BloodSunday, June 13TBC
24EntertainmentSunday, June 13TBC
Xbox and Bethesda
Games Showcase stream
Sunday, June 1318:00
Square Enix Presents streamSunday, June 13TBC
PC Gaming Show 2021 conferenceSunday, June 13TBC
Take-Two InteractiveMonday, June 14TBC
Mythical GamesMonday, June 14TBC
Freedom GamesMonday, June 14TBC
RazerMonday, June 14TBC
CapcomMonday, June 14TBC
IntellivisionMonday, June 14TBC
Nintendo Direct 2021 streamTuesday, June 1517:00
Bandai NamcoTuesday, June 15TBC
Yooreka GamesTuesday, June 15TBC
Official E3 2021 Awards ShowTuesday, June 15TBC
EA Play 2021 conferenceThursday, July 22TBC

As you can see, there are plenty of shows still pending further details and confirmed viewing times, but you can stay up to date with the shows and much more by registering as a fan on the official E3 page. With the gaming industry entering a new generation of hardware and publishers itching to get their latest projects to the public, each show is bound to be filled with teasers, screenshots, and more information about the games we’ve been waiting for.