As we approach the middle of 2021, more video game activities have begun. We have already held Nintendo Direct and some other third-party events, and E3 will return in all digital format later this year.
Now, in addition to this, we also announced that the summer game festival is back. As Geoff Keighley emphasized, it will be a “spectacular, centralized global showcase” focused on the future of video games. Looking forward to new games, exclusive releases and other films.
As part of this process, Double Fine and iam8bit’s “Development Day” showcase will appear again. According to Geoff, if you are a game developer, you must submit your game before April 9. There is no cost to participate.
“We are looking for games for large and small studios, with a focus on celebrating various sounds. Please feel free to submit your titles.”
You can look back at the past year in our complete guide. Will you adapt to this year’s summer gaming event? Which games do you want to show? Leave a comment below.