Last year, he missed E3, which Jeff Kelly didn’t accept, and organized a series of online events called Summer Game Fest, which managed to outpace several major publishers and development studios to essentially make up for Los Anegeles. The Summer Games Festival has been so successful that it will continue this year despite the return of E3, with a somewhat chunky program. Of course, Keighley shouldn’t be shy either, as this year’s Banza kicks off this year, on June 10, 2021, 20:00 Hungarian time, with a presentation of about an hour and a half, which will be titled Kickoff Live.
The show will feature a number of video game companies, publishers and studios, including Epic, 2K, Ubisoft, EA, Sony and Microsoft, and promise to show about 30 games, including world premieres. Of course, trailers are to be expected here, and there will still be more detailed demos at E3. To get in the mood, just take a look at the preview below, cut by Geoff Keighley himself.
It’s not yet known exactly which games will be shown, but recent rumors have it that FromSoftware’s new game, Elden Ring with George R.R. Martin, could debut tonight as well.
If you are interested in the program, all you have to do is click the play button at the specified time above. The broadcast will start as early as 19:30, but it will be just a prelude before the big announcements.