E3 2021 livestream schedule: When and where to watch the gaming event-free and what to expect
The Electronic Entertainment Expo also known as the E3 2021 is right around the corner. E3 2021 is being held digitally this year between June 12 and June 15 owing to the Covid-19 pandemic.
E3 2021 livestream schedule: E3 2021 livestream schedule: It's that time of the year when you keep aside all your gaming gear and remind yourself that there is still some splurging left to do. The Electronic Entertainment Expo also known as the E3 2021 is right around the corner. However, things will not be the same as in earlier years. The annual fest that was cancelled last year is being held digitally this year between June 12 and June 15 owing to the Covid-19 pandemic. Here, we explain to you what to expect and where to watch the E3 2021 livestream.
E3, which is typically held in Los Angeles, witnesses developers and companies showing off their latest gaming gear and gaming titles. This year is no different in this regard. Nintendo, Xbox, Ubisoft, Warner Bros and Capcom have all confirmed their presence at the upcoming E3 2021.
E3 2021 livestream schedule: Date, time, when and where to watch
If you are an avid gamer or a gaming enthusiast, you can follow all the updates of the annual event from the comfort of your homes. The Entertainment Software Association will be live streaming the entire event on Twitch and YouTube for you to tune in. The best thing about it is that anyone can chime in to catch all the updates.
What to expect from E3 2021
Ubisoft will be kicking things off on Saturday, June 12 with a press conference starting at 12 PM PDT (or June 13 at 12:30 AM IST). The company will showcase Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Quarantine, which was supposed to launch last year but got delayed. The company will also provide more details on Far Cry 6 and Mythic Quest. That said, we may not hear anything about the Prince of Persia remake at its upcoming event.
Microsoft's Xbox and Bethesda Games are holding a joint event at E3 this year. The company is expected to showcase Halo: Infinite at the event. In addition to this, Forza Horizon 5 and Starfield are also expected to be announced at the upcoming event. Xbox will host its press conference at 10 AM PDT on June 13 or 10:30 PM IST.
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Nintendo is hosting a major press conference at 9 AM PDT on June 15 or 9:30 PM IST that will be live-streamed on Nintendo Direct. At the event, Nintendo is expected to showcase new Switch games. The company could also give updates on gaming titles such as Bayonetta 3, the sequel to Breath of the Wild and Metroid Prime 4 among other things. Nintendo has said that its event will specifically be about Switch software but reports suggest that the company could drop new hardware just before the event. Fingers crossed!
🗓 Nintendo at #E32021: 6/15, 9am PT!— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) June 2, 2021
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Square Enix will host an event at 12 PM PDT on June 13 (or 12:30 AM IST on June 14) wherein the company is expected to showcase titles including Babylon's Fall, Life is Strange: True Colors and Life is Strange Remastered Collection. The company will also launch a new gaming title by Eidos-Montreal.
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