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E3 2022 Schedule – What’s been canceled and what lives on

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The ESA may have officially canceled the event, but the E3 2022 schedule continues. The E3 season continues with our very own Future Games Show, PC Gaming Show and other events like Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest.

Earlier this month, reports followed by an official statement confirmed what many had suspected for months. Usually, E3 was held as a physical event at the Los Angeles Convention Center in mid-June, but it’s been a digital event for the past two years due to the pandemic. We won’t even get it this year, but it looks like Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Festival is stepping in to fill the void and overhaul the E3 2022 schedule.

So read on for everything confirmed so far and stay live on the E3 2022 schedule, and we’ll update this page regularly with the latest information.

ESA and E3

E3 2022

E3

(Image credit: ESA)

The ESA, the association that originally governed E3, has confirmed that there will be no physical events for E3 2022 due to ongoing health and COVID concerns.

“Due to the continuing health risks surrounding COVID-19 and its potential impact on attendee and attendee safety, E3 will not be held in person in 2022,” ESA said in a January statement. “We are incredibly excited about the future of E3 and look forward to revealing more details soon.”

At the end of March, just ten weeks before the usual start of the show, industry insiders began sharing that they had received emails from the ESA announcing that even the digital version of E3 2022 had been cancelled.

The ESA then officially confirmed the complete cancellation of E3 2022, including a digital demonstration.

“E3 will return in 2023 with a revitalized showcase celebrating exciting new video games and industry innovations,” organizer GamesRadar+ said in a statement.

“We previously announced that E3 would not be held in person in 2022 due to ongoing health risks from COVID-19. Today we are announcing that there will also be no E3 digital showcase in 2022.”

“Instead, we will devote all of our energies and resources to delivering a revitalized physical and digital E3 experience next summer.”

“We look forward to bringing E3 live from Los Angeles to fans around the world in 2023.”

Summer Games Festival

Geoff Keighley Summer Games Festival

Summer Game Festival

(Image credit: Summer Game Festival)

But while the official E3 2022 event was canceled, it appears Geoff Keighley’s own event took place instead. Keighley has confirmed that Summer Game Fest will return with an event in June this year.

Although the event schedule and potential partners have yet to be announced, Keighley did give some hints.

The official Summer Game Fest website says it will include a “digital live stream show slate” that includes “an incredible live kickoff show packed with world premieres, hosted by Geoff Keighley.”

It also looks like live streams from game publishers – still to be determined – will be included in the Summer Game Fest schedule.

Future Games Fair

Future Games Fair

Future games fair logo

(Image credit: future)

The Future Games Show will be back on June 12, so even though the ESA has officially canceled E3, we’re still coming to the party. We’ll bring you all-new trailers and exclusive content for games releasing in 2022 and beyond. It’s also our two years!

Stay tuned for more details soon, but if you want to get involved, here’s how to join the Future Games Show.

The day of the giants

Day of the Devs 2022: Summer Game Fest Edition

Day of the Devs: call for submissions for Summer Game Fest Edition

(Image credit: Double Fine)

Day of the Devs: Summer Game Fest Edition also takes place this year. Focusing on showcasing upcoming premium indie games, the digital event returns as part of Geoff Keighley’s event and is again a collaboration between Double Fine and iam8bit.

The time of the show has not been disclosed.

EA Game

EA Live Game

EA Live Game

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What we know for sure is that EA Play Live won’t be in 2022.

A spokesperson for EA told IGN that they won’t be having their event next to E3, but instead the publisher will let us know as they become ready to stream. – much like Sony’s State of Play projectors.

“We love EA Play Live because it’s our way of connecting with our players and sharing what’s new with all of you,” the statement read. “But this year, things don’t line up to show you everything in one go. Exciting things are happening in our world-class studios, and we’ll reveal more about those projects this year when the time is right. for everyone. We look forward to spending time with you throughout the year!

EA Play has traditionally followed the E3 trend, with the early years seeing the event take place in the days leading up to E3 week, then debuting in July last year – exactly one month after the traditional E3 window.

PC game show

PC Gamer presents PC Gaming Show

PC game show

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Our sister site PC Gamer has also confirmed that the PC Gaming Show will return on June 12 this year.

The show has been on the air since 2015 and plans to release never-before-seen gameplay footage, trailers, developer talks, and more.

Sony, Xbox and more

Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo and others

Phil Spencer presents at an Xbox event

(Image credit: Microsoft)

Microsoft and its associated game studios, especially Bethesda, grabbed all the attention at E3 2021, with their showcase being the main highlight of the announcement season. While it’s yet to be confirmed if it will be part of the E3 2022 schedule, we’d be very surprised if it didn’t do some sort of livestream in June – there are rumors that the owner of the platform is already talking to partners. To get “big games” at an E3 style show. After all, the slate of upcoming Xbox Series X games for the rest of the year looks pretty barefoot beyond games like Starfield.

Nintendo has always held a Direct during the E3 window, traditionally announcing the date and more details much closer to the event. So while he hasn’t officially announced that he’ll be doing Direct in June, we can expect to see something from Ninty soon. After all, we need an update for Breath of the Wild 2, at least before it’s released later this year.

As for Sony and PlayStation Studios, it hasn’t done anything with E3 for several years, opting instead to set its own agenda with its State of Play live streams. We’d be very surprised if that changed this year, so expect PlayStation to skip an event in June.

Other publishers that traditionally hold their own E3 events include Ubisoft, Devolver Digital, Square Enix, and then smaller ones like Guerrilla Collective. Indie-focused Wholesome Games has already confirmed the June event.

We’d also expect something from other media sites, including IGN and GameSpot, during the E3 window.


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E3 2022 Schedule – What’s been canceled and what lives on

The ESA may have officially canceled the event, but the E3 2022 schedule lives on. Through other events like our own Future Games Show, the PC Gaming Show, and Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest, the E3 season itself lives on. 
Earlier this month, reports and then an official statement confirmed what many had been suspecting for many months. Usually, E3 would run as a physical event around the middle of June at the Los Angeles Convention Centre, but, due to the pandemic, for the last two years, it’s been a digital event. This year we won’t even get that, but it seems that Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest is stepping in to fill the void and overhaul the E3 2022 schedule.
So read on for everything confirmed and still up in the air about the E3 2022 schedule so far, and we’ll update this page regularly with all the latest information.
ESA and E3
E3 2022

(Image credit: ESA)
At first The ESA, the association that runs E3, confirmed that there wouldn’t be a physical event for E3 2022 due to ongoing COVID and health concerns. 
“Due to the ongoing health risks surrounding COVID-19 and its potential impact on the safety of exhibitors and attendees, E3 will not be held in person in 2022,” reads the ESA’s statement back in January. “We remain incredibly excited about the future of E3 and look forward to announcing more details soon.”
At the end of March, just ten weeks away from when the show would usually be happening, industry insiders started to share that they had received emails from the ESA declaring even the digital version of E3 2022 was canceled.
The ESA then officially confirmed the complete E3 2022 cancellation, including a digital show. 
“E3 will return in 2023 with a reinvigorated showcase that celebrates new and exciting video games and industry innovations,” the organizer shared in a statement with GamesRadar+. 
“We previously announced that E3 would not be held in person in 2022 due to the ongoing health risks surrounding COVID-19. Today, we announce that there will also be no digital E3 showcase in 2022.”
“Instead, we will devote all our energy and resources to delivering a revitalized physical and digital E3 experience next summer,” it said.
“We look forward to presenting E3 to fans around the world live from Los Angeles in 2023.”
Summer Games Fest
Geoff Keighley’s Summer Games Fest

(Image credit: Summer Game Fest)
However, despite the fact that the official E3 2022 event is cancelled, it seems that Geoff Keighley’s own event is stepping in to replace it. Keighley has confirmed that Summer Game Fest is returning this year, with an event at some point in June.
While the schedule for the event and any potential partners have yet to be announced, Keighley has dropped some hints. 
On the official Summer Game Fest website, it details that it will include a “slate of digital live stream shows”, that involve “a spectacular live kickoff show, hosted by Geoff Keighley, filled with world premieres”. 
It also seems like live streams from game publishers – still TBA – will also be wrapped up in the Summer Game Fest line-up. 
Future Games Show
Future Games Show

(Image credit: Future)
The Future Games Show will return on June 12, so although ESA may have officially cancelled E3, we’re still coming to party. We’ll bring you all-new trailers and exclusives for games dropping in 2022 and beyond. It’s our two year anniversary too!
Stay tuned for more details soon, but if you want to get involved here’s how to take part in the Future Games Show.
Day of the Devs
Day of the Devs 2022: Summer Game Fest Edition

(Image credit: Double Fine)
Day of the Devs: Summer Game Fest Edition is also happening this year. The digital event focused on showcasing top-notch upcoming indie games is returning as part of Geoff Keighley’s event, and is once again a collaboration between Double Fine and iam8bit. 
The timing of the showcase hasn’t been announced.
EA Play
EA Play Live

(Image credit: EA)
What we do know for certain is that EA Play Live won’t be happening in 2022. 
In a statement to IGN, an EA spokesperson revealed that its E3-adjacent event won’t be happening, but instead the publisher would update us on games as and when they’re ready to be shown off – a little like what Sony does with its State of Play spotlights. 
“We love EA Play Live as it’s our way of connecting with our players and sharing what’s new with all of you,” the statement reads. “However, this year things aren’t lining up to show you everything on one date. We have exciting things happening at our world-class studios and this year we’ll reveal much more about these projects when the time is right for each of them. We look forward to spending time with you throughout the year!”
EA Play has traditionally bucked the E3 trend, with the first few years seeing the event run in the days leading up to E3 week, and then last year debuting in July – a full month after the traditional E3 window. 
PC Gaming Show
PC Gamer presents the PC Gaming Show

(Image credit: Future)
Our sister site, PC Gamer, has also confirmed that it’s PC Gaming Show will return this year, on June 12. 
The show has run since 2015, and plans again to debut never-before-seen gameplay footage, trailers, developer conversations and more. 
Sony, Xbox, and more
Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, and the others

(Image credit: Microsoft)
Microsoft and its associated game studios – particularly Bethesda – stole the spotlight at E3 2021, with its showcase being the main highlight of the announcement season. While it hasn’t confirmed whether it will be a part of the E3 2022 schedule, we’d be very surprised if it doesn’t do some sort of live stream in June – there are rumors that the platform holder is already talking to partners to get “big games” in an E3-style show. After all, the list of upcoming Xbox Series X games for the rest of the year is looking pretty bare beyond titles like Starfield. 
Nintendo has always held a Direct during the E3 window and traditionally announced the date and more details much closer to the event. So, while it hasn’t officially announced it is doing a Direct this June, we’d expect to see something from Ninty soon. After all, we’re at least due an update on Breath of the Wild 2 ahead of its release later this year. 
As for Sony and its PlayStation Studios, it hasn’t done anything with E3 for a number of years now, instead choosing to set its own agenda with its State of Play live streams. We’d be very surprised if that changes this year, so expect PlayStation to skip a June event. 
Other publishers that traditionally do their own E3 event include Ubisoft, Devolver Digital, Square Enix, and then smaller streams like the Guerrilla Collective. The indie-focused Wholesome Games has already confirmed a June event. 
We’d also expect something from other media sites, including IGN and GameSpot during the E3 window. 

#Schedule #Whats #canceled #lives

E3 2022 Schedule – What’s been canceled and what lives on

The ESA may have officially canceled the event, but the E3 2022 schedule lives on. Through other events like our own Future Games Show, the PC Gaming Show, and Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest, the E3 season itself lives on. 
Earlier this month, reports and then an official statement confirmed what many had been suspecting for many months. Usually, E3 would run as a physical event around the middle of June at the Los Angeles Convention Centre, but, due to the pandemic, for the last two years, it’s been a digital event. This year we won’t even get that, but it seems that Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest is stepping in to fill the void and overhaul the E3 2022 schedule.
So read on for everything confirmed and still up in the air about the E3 2022 schedule so far, and we’ll update this page regularly with all the latest information.
ESA and E3
E3 2022

(Image credit: ESA)
At first The ESA, the association that runs E3, confirmed that there wouldn’t be a physical event for E3 2022 due to ongoing COVID and health concerns. 
“Due to the ongoing health risks surrounding COVID-19 and its potential impact on the safety of exhibitors and attendees, E3 will not be held in person in 2022,” reads the ESA’s statement back in January. “We remain incredibly excited about the future of E3 and look forward to announcing more details soon.”
At the end of March, just ten weeks away from when the show would usually be happening, industry insiders started to share that they had received emails from the ESA declaring even the digital version of E3 2022 was canceled.
The ESA then officially confirmed the complete E3 2022 cancellation, including a digital show. 
“E3 will return in 2023 with a reinvigorated showcase that celebrates new and exciting video games and industry innovations,” the organizer shared in a statement with GamesRadar+. 
“We previously announced that E3 would not be held in person in 2022 due to the ongoing health risks surrounding COVID-19. Today, we announce that there will also be no digital E3 showcase in 2022.”
“Instead, we will devote all our energy and resources to delivering a revitalized physical and digital E3 experience next summer,” it said.
“We look forward to presenting E3 to fans around the world live from Los Angeles in 2023.”
Summer Games Fest
Geoff Keighley’s Summer Games Fest

(Image credit: Summer Game Fest)
However, despite the fact that the official E3 2022 event is cancelled, it seems that Geoff Keighley’s own event is stepping in to replace it. Keighley has confirmed that Summer Game Fest is returning this year, with an event at some point in June.
While the schedule for the event and any potential partners have yet to be announced, Keighley has dropped some hints. 
On the official Summer Game Fest website, it details that it will include a “slate of digital live stream shows”, that involve “a spectacular live kickoff show, hosted by Geoff Keighley, filled with world premieres”. 
It also seems like live streams from game publishers – still TBA – will also be wrapped up in the Summer Game Fest line-up. 
Future Games Show
Future Games Show

(Image credit: Future)
The Future Games Show will return on June 12, so although ESA may have officially cancelled E3, we’re still coming to party. We’ll bring you all-new trailers and exclusives for games dropping in 2022 and beyond. It’s our two year anniversary too!
Stay tuned for more details soon, but if you want to get involved here’s how to take part in the Future Games Show.
Day of the Devs
Day of the Devs 2022: Summer Game Fest Edition

(Image credit: Double Fine)
Day of the Devs: Summer Game Fest Edition is also happening this year. The digital event focused on showcasing top-notch upcoming indie games is returning as part of Geoff Keighley’s event, and is once again a collaboration between Double Fine and iam8bit. 
The timing of the showcase hasn’t been announced.
EA Play
EA Play Live

(Image credit: EA)
What we do know for certain is that EA Play Live won’t be happening in 2022. 
In a statement to IGN, an EA spokesperson revealed that its E3-adjacent event won’t be happening, but instead the publisher would update us on games as and when they’re ready to be shown off – a little like what Sony does with its State of Play spotlights. 
“We love EA Play Live as it’s our way of connecting with our players and sharing what’s new with all of you,” the statement reads. “However, this year things aren’t lining up to show you everything on one date. We have exciting things happening at our world-class studios and this year we’ll reveal much more about these projects when the time is right for each of them. We look forward to spending time with you throughout the year!”
EA Play has traditionally bucked the E3 trend, with the first few years seeing the event run in the days leading up to E3 week, and then last year debuting in July – a full month after the traditional E3 window. 
PC Gaming Show
PC Gamer presents the PC Gaming Show

(Image credit: Future)
Our sister site, PC Gamer, has also confirmed that it’s PC Gaming Show will return this year, on June 12. 
The show has run since 2015, and plans again to debut never-before-seen gameplay footage, trailers, developer conversations and more. 
Sony, Xbox, and more
Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, and the others

(Image credit: Microsoft)
Microsoft and its associated game studios – particularly Bethesda – stole the spotlight at E3 2021, with its showcase being the main highlight of the announcement season. While it hasn’t confirmed whether it will be a part of the E3 2022 schedule, we’d be very surprised if it doesn’t do some sort of live stream in June – there are rumors that the platform holder is already talking to partners to get “big games” in an E3-style show. After all, the list of upcoming Xbox Series X games for the rest of the year is looking pretty bare beyond titles like Starfield. 
Nintendo has always held a Direct during the E3 window and traditionally announced the date and more details much closer to the event. So, while it hasn’t officially announced it is doing a Direct this June, we’d expect to see something from Ninty soon. After all, we’re at least due an update on Breath of the Wild 2 ahead of its release later this year. 
As for Sony and its PlayStation Studios, it hasn’t done anything with E3 for a number of years now, instead choosing to set its own agenda with its State of Play live streams. We’d be very surprised if that changes this year, so expect PlayStation to skip a June event. 
Other publishers that traditionally do their own E3 event include Ubisoft, Devolver Digital, Square Enix, and then smaller streams like the Guerrilla Collective. The indie-focused Wholesome Games has already confirmed a June event. 
We’d also expect something from other media sites, including IGN and GameSpot during the E3 window. 

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