What you need to know
- Future Games Show Powered by WD_Black E3 2021 event will broadcast on Sunday, June 13th at 7 pm EST.
- Over 40 games will be featured from publishers including Sega, Team 17, and XSEED Games.
- The event is being hosted by Troy Baker and Laura Bailey from The Last of Us Part II.
E3 2021 is in the air, and the excitement continues to grow as we get closer to the big event. Future Games Show Powered by WD_Black is the latest presentation to join E3 2021 and will premiere on June 13th at 7 pm EST (or June 14th, depending on where you live).
The event will be hosted by Troy Baker and Laura Bailey, who played Joel Miller and Abby Anderson respectively in The Last of Us Part II. The live show will feature over 40 games set to release across all major consoles and PC. Expect to see new games from many major publishers including SEGA, Team17, Private Division, XSEED Games, and more.
The Future Games Show is GamesRadar's flagship digital games showcase, which has reached over 45 million views across three shows so far, and this year is set to be the biggest yet. The Future Games Show Powered by WD_Black is the only multiformat games showcase to appear in both the official ESA E3 2021 program and The /twitchgaming gathering, Twitch's newest programming block that will supply a steady stream of gaming news, exclusive content, special announcements, and industry interviews straight from the streamers who live and breathe gaming every day on Twitch.
Microsoft's E3 event goes live at 10 am PT that same day and will feature some of the biggest titles coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, and Windows PC. We expect Microsoft to pull back the curtain on big titles like Halo Infinite and Starfield, as well as updates on games like Hellblade II, State of Decay 3, and the reboot of Fable, as well as many other surprises.
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