Before the expected one arrives E3, video game lovers will have the Summer Game Fest 2021, an event that promises great surprises with special guests and previews on more than 30 games, so many are wondering where and when to see it.
Where and when to see Summer Game Fest 2021?
The Summer Game Fest 2021 began yesterday, Thursday, June 10, from 1:00 p.m. (Mexico) and will end until July 22, with expected events for each day in which, from the hand of the organizer, Geoff Keighley, we will know some news of the video game industry.
To witness the events, simply enter the official accounts of Summer Gate Fest 2021 on social networks, such as your YouTube channel, where they will be broadcast via stream.
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This Friday, June 11, for example, at 11:00 a.m. (CDMX), the Netflix Geeked Week event will be broadcast, where advances are expected on The Witcher and Cuphead, which will be released on the platform of streaming.
Later, at 1:00 p.m. Tribeca Game Spotlight will be added, which will be made up of talks with developers and samples in gameplay of games that will soon be available to the public.
But undoubtedly the most anticipated event by gamers For this Friday it will be Koch Media at 2:00 p.m., where a revelation will be made about a hitherto unknown game, and tomorrow Saturday we will witness the presentation of Ubisoft at E3.
If you wonder which are the firms that will participate in the Summer Game Fest 2021 you will not be disappointed, as there are at least 40 brands that promise great surprises. The participating firms are:
- Prime Gaming
- Epic Games
- Riot Gmes
- Warnes Bros
- Xbox and others more.
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To consult the program of events of the Summer Game Fest 2021 with their respective transmission times for each day, you just have to enter the official page of this famous video game festival.
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