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Game exhibitions: June will be exciting, there is much ahead

Game exhibitions: June will be exciting, there is much ahead

Even if the E3 Electronic Entertainment Expo is canceled entirely this year, we can still expect a lot of new information and announcements in June. A small description of the events and transmissions.

The absence of E3 in Los Angeles doesn’t stop publishers and developers from using June as a traditional month for new announcements and updates on upcoming games. This year, too, a full package of events will replace the once great game fair.

Summer Game Fest – June 9, 8 p.m.

Perhaps the most exciting event is the Summer Game Fest hosted by Geoff Keighley as usual. In the meantime, the event has flourished enormously, attracting numerous celebrities, publishers, and developers. The event at the IMAX in Los Angeles will, of course, also be broadcast and should have a few surprises in store.

Geeked Week – June 10, 7 pm

Netflix’s five-day Geeked Week is more interesting for series lovers, but gamers can also get their money’s worth. On the one hand, a day is reserved for Netflix games, on the other hand, the Resident Evil and Cyberpunk: Edgerunners series adaptations are presented.

Guerrilla Collective – June 11, 5:00 p.m.
Wholesome Games Direct – June 11, 6:30pm

Indie fans shouldn’t miss The Guerrilla Collective event, featuring dozens of new indie titles. At the same time, another standalone event called the Wholesome Games Direct will be taking place starting at 6:30 p.m.

Future Games Show – June 11, 9pm

The GamesRadar colleagues’ annual event will also take place again. About 40 game submissions are expected, though AAA titles aren’t necessarily expected here.

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Xbox and Bethesda Showcase: June 12, 7 pm

It should be really exciting at Bethesda and Xbox. Not only is one or another new announcement to be expected, but new information on major titles like Starfield, Avowed, Redfall and others can also be expected. More importantly, it will be exciting to see what the future of Xbox gaming looks like, as the portfolio has become disappointingly thin over the next few months following the postponement of Starfield and Redfall.

PC Gaming Show – June 12, 9pm

The day isn’t over with the Xbox Showcase, as the PC Gaming Show follows up again, which could also bring a host of new announcements. Interesting for console gamers too, because quite a few titles shouldn’t just be exclusive to PC.