E3 might have skipped last year, but in 2021 it’s making a comeback as an all-virtual event. In the latest update, several high-profile publishers and developers have been officially locked in. This includes tech, hardware, and streaming companies, too.
So, who are they? There’s Square Enix, Bandai Namco Entertainment, Sega, XSEED Games / Marvelous USA, Gearbox Entertainment, Freedom Games, Devious Eye Entertainment, Turtle Beach, Verizon and Binge.com.
These companies will join the likes of Nintendo, Xbox, Capcom, Ubisoft, Take-Two Interactive, Warner Bros. Games, Koch Media and Activision. One publisher who has pulled out though in recent weeks is Konami – explaining how it’s simply not ready to present at this year’s show.
This year’s broadcast will be hosted by Greg Miller, Jacki Jing and Alex ‘Goldenboy’ Mendez, and will take place from Saturday, 12th June through to Tuesday 15th June. You can learn more in our E3 2021 guide.
Will you be tuning into this year’s all-digital event? What are you hoping to see? Tell us down in the comments.
This post originally appeared on Nintendo Life | Latest News