After being on a one-year pause because of the pandemic, E3 will finally happen this year.
Instead of the traditional way, this year E3 will be fully digital, with a live broadcast for everyone on Twitch, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook.
As soon as the event starts, we will have a free E3 2021 app that will grant us access to exclusive features, and it will have a lot of video game news and announcements. Some companies decided to keep their traditional E3 timings, while others went and gave support to the Summer Games Fest.
Some companies such as EA and Sony decided not to give a presentation during the E3 event, which is quite a bummer.
If you want to know the comprehensive E3 2021 broadcast schedule, here it is.
E3 2021 Dates and Time
- June 10, 11am PT / 7pm BST: Summer Game Fest Kickoff Live
- June 11, 12pm PT / 8pm BST: Koch Primetime
- June 11, 1pm PT / 9pm BST: IGN Expo
Saturday, June 12
- June 12, 8am PT / 4pm BST: Guerrilla Collective Part 2
- June 12, 10am PT / 6pm BST: Wholesome Direct
- June 12, 11am PT / 7pm BST: Ubisoft Forward Pre-Show
- June 12, 12pm PT / 8pm BST: Ubisoft Forward
- June 12, 1.30pm PT / 9.30pm BST: Devolver Digital
- June 12, 2pm PT / 10pm BST: Gearbox Entertainment
- June 12, 2:45pm PT / 10.30 BST: GamesBeat Session
- June 12, 3pm PT / 11pm BST: UploadVR
Sunday, June 13
- June 13, 8.45am PT / 4:45pm BST: Broadcast Pre-Show
- June 13, 10am PT / 6pm BST: Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase
- June 13, 12.15pm PT / 8.15pm BST: Square Enix Presents
- June 13, 2.30pm PT / 10.30pm BST: PC Gaming Show
- June 13, 4pm PT / 12am BST: Future Games Show
Monday, June 14
- June 14, 1pm PT / 9pm BST: Limited Run Games
- June 14, 2.30pm PT / 10.30pm BST: Capcom Showcase
- June 14, 3pm PT / 11pm BST: Razer E3 Keynote
Tuesday, June 15
- June 15, 9am PT / 5pm BST: Nintendo Direct
- June 15, TBC: Bandai Namco