This year has already proven to be a busy time for video games. 2021 is continuing with its wave after wave of announcements with the Future Games Show, returning this year with a brand-new batch of games for every major platform. GamesRadar is once again hosting the event, which will feature over 40 games from over 30 different publishers. To ensure that you don't miss a single game announcement, here's your complete guide on how to watch the Future Games Show for 2021.
How do I watch the Future Games Show?
The Future Games Show begins on Thursday, March 25, 2021 at 2:45 p.m. PT / 5:45 p.m. ET / 9:45 p.m. GMT with the pre-show, while the full show will begin at 3:00 p.m. PT. You can tune into the Future Games Show at GamesRadar, which is hosting the event, or use any one of the popular streaming platforms below:
During the Future Games Show, players will see over 40 games from more than 30 publishers, including Electronic Arts, SEGA, Warner Bros. Games, and Team 17. The event is kicking off with a pre-show from Daedalic Entertainment hosted by Stephanie Panisello (Claire Redfield from Resident Evil 2), featuring seven of their upcoming titles, including Lord of the Rings: Gollum, Glitchpunk, and more. The main show will be hosted by Nicole Tompkins and Jeff Schine, who brought Jill Valentine and Carlos Oliveira from the Resident Evil 3 remake to life.
The Future Games Show will feature brand-new game reveals and world premieres, as well as updates for existing games, that are heading to Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, PC, PS5, PS4, and Switch. You can also expect developer interviews and insights throughout the show.
We don't know everything we'll see at the Future Games Show, but it's almost certain we'll get a look at some of the best upcoming Xbox games. Maybe one of the games in the Future Games Show will end up being one of the best games for Xbox?
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