Finally, E3 has come up with a complete schedule of that week’s streams and showcases, and it’s now only three days left to kick off. The ESA has revealed its entire rundown of all the official E3 streams going to happen in the next week. ‘Official’ meaning that the E3 schedule doesn’t cover each and every event happening around E3 week, including Geoff Keighley’s Summer Games Fest on Thursday or the Developer’s Saturday Show.
E3 already had declared some official dates, which are from June 12 – June 15, 2021. You can check out our full coverage on E3 2021 Schedule.
One of the huge takeaways from this schedule is that Bandai Namco is going to arrange a presentation on Tuesday afternoon. Following few extremely shaky leaks and tantalizing teases, we are all preparing for a proper first look at Elden Ring.
Take-Two has also confirmed that on Monday, they are going to hold their own show. While most Borderlands information is gonna take place at the Gearbox show, Take-Two and 2K are tight-lipped on that, with info of a Marvel-themed XCOM making the rounds.
Yesterday, we got the next Battlefield, Battlefield 2042, which is going to launch on October 22, 2021. Surprisingly the game came up with an increased number of players per match, they have doubled the number, which is now 128. You can check it out here.
Until Saturday, the official lineup of E3 does not start. The week gonna start in earnest with the Keighley showcase. Stay tuned with us for more updates.