Summer Game Fest 2021: Live stream for the opening show with over 30 games - from 8 p.m.

Summer Game Fest 2021: Live stream for the opening show with over 30 games - from 8 p.m.

Summer Game Fest 2021

You can follow the Summer Game Fest 2021 via live stream on the Internet: The show that heralds this year's event around E3 starts at 8 p.m. Viewers can look forward to a number of new announcements and updates on games that have already been announced. Producer Geoff Keighley already gave a little foretaste and announced that more than 30 games can be seen during the show - for PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, Switch and Co. The first trailer featured scenes from games such as Overwatch 2, Far Cry 6 and Kena: Bridge of Spirits to see.

It is also certain that the new game from Gearbox and 2K Games will be presented in the live stream for Summer Game Fest 2021 - presumably a new offshoot from the Borderlands -Universe. In addition, fans take a first look at the new content that comes into play with Season 4 of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. The new season is expected for June 17th. In addition to new games, you will also marvel at the performances of actors such as Jeff Goldblum (Jurassic Park) and Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad), who are already planned as a fixed item on the program. The latter embodies the villain in Far Cry 6. There is music from Weezer, Japanese Breakfast and the Sonic Symphony.

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Summer Game Fest 2021: Live stream from 8 p.m.

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How to watch the Summer Game Fest’s ‘Kickoff Live’ event

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Summer Game Fest 2021, hosted by Geoff Keighley, is getting started with new game announcements two days ahead of E3 2021 with its “Kickoff Live” event. In addition to news, it’s perhaps the only event to feature both an appearance from Jeff Goldblum and a musical performance by Weezer. The list of partners for the preview event includes 2K, Activision, Blizzard, Capcom, InnerSloth, Epic Games, Sony PlayStation, Riot Games, Square Enix, Ubisoft, Microsoft Xbox, and more. Here’s how to watch.

When does Summer Game Fest start?

The kickoff show is happening this Thursday, June 10th at 2PM ET / 11AM PT / 6PM GMT. And like last year’s happenings, it’s all online, so you can just hang out at home and watch all of the announcements from your PC, phone, or TV.

Like last year, there will likely be more Summer Game Fest events throughout the season.

Where can I stream Summer Game Fest?

This game event is being hosted on several platforms, giving you plenty of options. It’s being livestreamed on YouTube (we’ve embedded the video above that’ll go live later), as well as Twitch, Twitter, and Facebook.