With E3 2021 kicking off in just under a week, the hype is real. Whilst this year’s video game extravaganza isn’t being held in the traditional sense, you’ll be free to watch the whole thing transpire online. We’ve put together all the scheduled times of each conference and where you can watch the whole thing. When more information becomes available, the schedule will be updated accordingly.
June 12 (Saturday)
- 7pm BST – Ubisoft Forward Pre-Show
- 8pm BST – Ubisoft Forward – you can watch the entire stream through their Ubisoft Forward website here.
- 11pm BST – Gearbox Showcase
June 13 (Sunday)
- 5:30pm BST – 24 Entertainment’s NARAKA BLADEPOINT
- 6pm BST – Xbox and Bethesda Showcase – the showcase will be watchable on the official Xbox YouTube channel here.
- 8:15pm BST – Square Enix Presents – the entire stream will be watchable here on the Square Enix YouTube channel.
- 9pm BST – Warner Bros. Games’ Back 4 Blood – whilst no official time has been set, you’ll be able to watch their presentation here when it streams.
- 9:30pm BST – PC Gaming Show
- 11pm BST – Future Games Show
June 14 (Monday)
- 5pm BST – Verizon
- 5:45pm BST – Intellivision
- 6:15pm BST – Take-Two Interactive Panel
- 7:10pm BST – Mythical Games
- 8pm BST – Indie Showcase
- 8:30pm BST – Freedom Games
- 9pm BST – VENN
- 10:30pm BST – Capcom – the Capcom stream will be taking place on their official YouTube channel here.
- 11pm BST – Razer
June 15 (Tuesday)
- 5pm BST – Nintendo Direct and Nintendo Treehouse: Live – the entire stream will be watchable right here on Nintendo’s YouTube channel.
- 10:25pm BST – Bandai Namco
- 11:30pm BST – Yooreka Games
If you want to watch the entirety of E3 2021 in one place, the Entertainment Expo’s official Twitter account posted the best three places to watch it, which you can find below:
or RIGHT HERE on our twitter, where we’ll be streaming the show & sharing lots of great moments over the four day event 👍🏼 pic.twitter.com/gLtsCy38jg
— E3 (@E3) May 21, 2021