Charity streaming group Games Done Quick has announced the full seven-day schedule for Summer Games Done Quick 2022.

This year’s marathon of streams will be held June 26 through July 3. It returns to a physical format for the first time in two years, hosted in Bloomington, MN. In-person attendees must have proof of COVID-19 vaccination and wear an approved face mask at all times during the event. Registration closes May 23.

As always, Games Done Quick will also be streamed live on the official twitch channel.

This year’s schedule features the usual mix of recent blockbusters, classic faves, and random odd-balls. Recent game highlights include Pokémon Brilliant Diamond/Shining Pearl, Halo Infinite, Kirby and the Forgotten Land, and Metroid Dread.

Mega-popular (and mega-challenging) Elden Ring is saved as the grand finale with two different speedruns on Saturday, one requiring All Remembrances, and the other simply beating the story as fast as possible.

These marathons are done to promote donations for charities. The charity for SGDQ 2022 is Doctors Without Borders, a frequent partner of Games Done Quick. Donations can be be made via the official website. All donations go directly to the charity.

Summer Games Done Quick 2022 will begin June 26.

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