When will E3 2021 be celebrated?
The Electronic Entertainment Expo, known as E3, is one of the most anticipated gaming events of 2021. Here's a full breakdown of the schedule, dates and conferences.
E3 is back for 2021! The long-awaited gaming event returns in 2021 after its cancellation in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The event has always been a massive date for both users and gaming companies since it's the time of year when the biggest industry announcements are made. Eager fans get hyped, surprised, and thrilled watching what new games are being developed. The event's cancellation in 2020 gave space for other events to emerge, such as the Summer Game Fest and the IGN Summer of Gaming. However, this year, E3 is back with a virtual edition, featuring companies like Xbox, Nintendo and Capcom among many others.
When is E3 2021 being celebrated? Dates and confirmed conferences
As of writing, E3 2021 is less than two weeks away. The event will take place from Saturday, June 12 to Tuesday, June 15. The E3 event will be completely digital and its conferences will be broadcast on live stream and are free for everyone. For those wanting to follow the event, AS English will offer live coverage of the main conferences. You can also follow the E3 official social accounts on YouTube, Twitch, Facebook and Twitch for live coverage.
Some companies have already confirmed when they will be hosting their own digital conferences such as Ubisoft (on June 12) and Microsoft/Xbox & Bethesda (on June 13).
What companies are attending E3 2021?
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has already confirmed over 50 participant companies including developers, publishers, hardware and accessory companies.
We hope to see you 'there'!