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Where to Watch All the Reveals From Summer Game Fest, PlayStation, Xbox, and More

E3 2020 is canceled. But even without a big show to announce their projects at, gaming’s biggest developers and publishers still have to reveal their lineups somewhere.


Here’s when and where you can tune in to see everyone’s surprises across the summer of 2020.


For every upcoming game with a release date, take a look at our full list, here.

Sony – PS5 Livestream June 4 (rumor)

2020 is still supposed to be the start of a new console generation, with the PS5 and Microsoft’s Xbox Series X slated for release towards the end of year.

While no official date has been announced, the hot rumor is that Sony is planning a new PS5 Livestream event at the start of June. With further sources speculating that we could be seeing something as soon as June 4.


Xbox Series X – Monthly Xbox 20/20 streams

Rather than sticking to the usual E3-style, single show bonanza, Microsoft has chosen to run a series of Xbox 20/20 events leading up to the release of the Series X.


Since it lines up nicely with the usual E3 showcase in June, you could expect the next Xbox 20/20 stream to include a strong roster of announcements:

The streams will continue monthly thereafter, including in new Halo gameplay in July. Summer Game Fest – May 12 – Aug 24 Seemingly in response to the shambles E3 was becoming, The Game Awards executive producer Geoff Keighley announced the Summer Game Fest, pledging to bring “the world together to celebrate video games” from May to August. The festival is supposed to include games from: 2K Activision Bandai Namco Bethesda Blizzard Bungie CDPR Digital Extremes EA Sony Private Division Riot Games Square Enix Steam Warner Bros Xbox On May 12, the first “Sunrise” stream kicks off at 5PM BST, 12PM ET and 9AM PT, which includes a “surprise game reveal” You can watch it below:

Then on May 13, we’re getting an SGF Special Event, which features a larger showcase and interview from Keighley.


A month later, on June 11, CD Projekt Red is showing off even more Cyberpunk 2077 footage (even though we’re now past the game’s original release date).

Then finally of what’s been announced so far, Keighley will present his usual Gamescom Opening Night Live digitally on August 24.


Valve – Steam Game Festival: Summer Edition June 9-14


Also under the umbrella of the Summer Game Fest, Valve is running another Steam Game Festival.


This is where you can download demos for tons of unreleased games and add them to your wishlist.


Visit the official page to set a reminder, here.


EA – EA Play June 12


With support from the Summer Game Fest as well, EA will present its usual E3 show – EA Play.


Expect updates on all of its major sports franchises, as well as Battlefield, Star Wars, and some possible new teases.

Ubisoft – Ubisoft Forward July 12


Between Assassin’s Creed, Watch Dogs, and everything else in its roster, Ubisoft has a stacked 2020/2021 lineup.

Bethesda – Bethesda At Home


Bethesda is another E3 regular, and while its not announced its replacement show yet, the publisher is running a series of Bethesda At Home streams every week.

The current highlight looks to be the Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor stream on Friday May 15 at 4PM ET (9PM BST, 1PM PT).

Square Enix – Stay Home and Play

Like Bethesda, Square Enix has no livestream announced yet, but is currently running #stayhomeandplay with free games and discounts.


Capcom – Multiple New Titles Capcom is another publisher without a set stream, but is apparently set to release multiple new titles before March 2021 – with Resident Evil 8 the most hotly tipped. Watch this space for more. Blizzard – Blizzcon 2020 While it’s not strictly in summer, Blizzcon is usually chock-full of announcements, but has understandably been put on hold. While no online alternative has been mooted, it wouldn’t be out of the realms of possibility for the news to move online at some point. E3 2020 exhibitors For a full list of everyone that supposedly had announcements up their sleeve, here’s the roster of companies that were set to show at E3 2020: Activision Publishing, Inc. Amazon Game Studios Bad Button Studio BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. Bethesda Softworks Capcom USA, Inc. Click Entertainment DvG Deep Silver, Inc. Epic Games Inc. Funcom GAMELOFT GFUEL GTR Simulator GungHo Online Entertainment America HORI USA Hyperkin, Inc. Kalypso Media Group KontrolFreek Limited Run Games LGA Enterprises NCSOFT nDreams NEXT LEVEL RACING Nintendo of America Inc. NVIDIA PureArts Oculus from Facebook RDS Industries Inc. Rebellion SEGA Square Enix, Inc. Take-Two Interactive Software Tastemakers TECHNISPORT THQ Nordic Ubisoft Entertainment SA UCC Distributing Inc UnnamedVR by Paracosma Warner Bros. Games Xbox XSEED Games Xsolla We’ll keep this page updated as schedules progress, so check back for the latest!


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