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Previous year we were broken after E3 announced its cancellation, because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But this year E3 is back. The showcase will be in an all-digital format on June 12th. So if you are a dedicated gamer better make a note in your calendar. It is also known that Microsoft and Nintendo finally announced the dates and times for their big showcase presentations, so The Verge in the original source made a schedule of the event.

Your first step as a fan of the virtual event will be a registration on the official E3 website to attend the showcase and get access to the E3 app. But if you want to follow along with the press conferences and announcements, The Verge put together a rough timeline of events with everything to be aware of. (Note the exact time of some presentations TBA).

When is E3?

E3 technically takes place from Saturday, June 12th, to Tuesday, June 15th, but you can expect some big announcements a couple days before E3 at Summer Game Fest’s Kickoff Live event.

THURSDAY, JUNE 10TH

SATURDAY, JUNE 12TH

  • 11AM ET: Guerrilla Collective (note that this is the second Guerrilla Collective show — the first takes place on June 5th)
  • 1PM ET: E3 broadcast pre-show
  • 3PM ET: Ubisoft Forward
  • TBA time: Gearbox press conference, Devolver Digital show

SUNDAY, JUNE 13TH

MONDAY, JUNE 14TH

  • 11AM ET: E3 broadcast pre-show
  • TBA time: “Press conferences from several indie developers” and “presentations from Take-Two Interactive, Mythical Games, Freedom Games, Razer and Capcom.” Verizon and Intellivision will also be “featured,” the ESA says.

TUESDAY, JUNE 15TH

  • 11AM ET: E3 broadcast pre-show
  • 12PM ET: Nintendo’s Nintendo Direct, which will have “roughly” 40 minutes of information about upcoming games, followed by a Treehouse Live with about three hours of gameplay demoed.
  • TBA time: “Focused events” from Bandai Namco, Yooreka Games, and GameSpot
  • The day will close out with the Official E3 2021 Awards Show

Here is how to watch the show

E3 will be airing its broadcast on Twitch, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook. For the presentations hosted by individual companies, you may be able to find official streams on their social platforms.

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