E3 2021 Schedule Announcement – Conference Details & Times

The Electric Entertainment Expo has finally announced the lineup for the upcoming E3 2021 conference. As expected, companies like Ubisoft and Xbox will use the event to unveil new games and discuss upcoming releases. Here are the highlights for E3 2021 schedule, which is set to run from June 5 to June 15.

E3 2021 Schedule | Major Events and Conferences

There are a number of different conferences and events scheduled for E3 2021. Keeping up with all of them is an immense task, which is why we’ve listed the triple-A highlights below.

  • June 10
    • Summer Game Fest (11AM PT/2PM ET)
      • A series of conferences hosted by Geoff Keighley. Not an official E3 event, but with companies like Activision and Epic Games attending, expect new announcements.
  • June 12
    • Devolver Digital (TBC)
      • Perhaps best known for the modern Serious Sam releases, all that’s confirmed so far is that Devolver Digital will attend E3. The company announced a new IP last year, so expect an update on that.
    • Ubisoft (12PM PT/3PM ET)
    • Gearbox (TBC)
      • No concrete information yet, but expect details on the Borderlands movie filming now as well as the rumored spin-off game.
  • June 13
    • Xbox/Bethesda (10AM PT/1PM ET)
      • Hot off its Bethesda acquisition, Xbox will be looking to bolster its first-party output this E3. Expect Deathloop gameplay, and if we’re lucky, a look at Starfield.
    • Square Enix (12:15 PT/3:15 ET)
      • Teasing a “world premiere” announcement, expectations are high for the Square Enix presentation. Expect a triple-A reveal as well as details on Spider-Man in Marvel’s Avengers, plus a look at Life is Strange: True Colors.
    • Warner Bros.
      • Last year, WB announced a Suicide Squad game, a new Batman title, and a Gollum game – so expect gameplay and trailers for all of these.
  • June 14
    • Take-Two (TBD)
      • The Rockstar subsidiary will likely disclose info on GTA Online’s current-generation ports, due for release later this year.
  • June 15
    • Nintendo Direct (9AM PT/10PM ET)
      • This conference is purely looking at software, not the much-rumored Switch Pro. With whispers about a Zelda sequel circulating, this could be a big one.

With all these conferences, as well as presentations from Devolver Digital and Capcom, expect an E3 unlike any other.