With the ESA confirming the cancellation of this year’s E3, you’d think it would interfere with the annual game announcements that fans are looking forward to in June. But thankfully, it looks like others want to fill the void. The return of Summer Game Fest was recently confirmed, and now it’s been revealed that the Summer Future Games Show will take place on June 12th.
The multi-format show will run alongside the annual PC Gaming Show on the same day and should be their biggest and most ambitious show of the year. The 60-minute show will feature trailers for new games, previews, and new, yet-to-be-released games.
Past Future Games Shows have featured announcements from some of the big companies, so you can expect the same this year. The organizers are currently inviting developers to participate in the showcase, which will be streamed on their official social media channels including Twitch, YouTube, and Twitter.