Game hosting impresario Geoff Keighley returns with the full schedule for the 2024 Summer Game Fest. The unofficial replacement to the Electronic Entertainment Expo (RIP E3) begins later today starting at 2pm Pacific/5 pm Eastern, streaming live from Los Angeles, California on YouTube, Twitch, TickTok, Steam, and Twitter.

The Summer Game Fest event will stream for two hours, and feature “updates from the world’s top game development studios.”

Not only is the Summer Game Fest showcase filled with new game announcements, trailers, updates, and developer interviews, but it also kicks off a flurry of streaming showcases and events — not unlike E3.

Saturday, June 8 is especially packed, with an awesome focus on indie developers including Women-led Games, Latin American Games Showcase, Future of Play (Toonami-inspired games), and Wholesome Direct.

Then tune in Sunday for the Xbox Games Showcase, followed by the PC Gaming Show.

Here is the full Summer Game Fest schedule of events, with more to be added:

Summer Game Fest

June 7, 2pm Pacific/5pm Eastern

Day of the Devs

June 7, 4pm Pacific/7pm Eastern

Devolver Direct

June 7, 5pm Pacific/8pm Eastern

Future of Play Direct

June 8, 8am Pacific/11 am Eastern

Wholesome Direct

June 8, 9am Pacific/12pm Eastern

Latin American Games Showcase

June 8, 10 am Pacific/1pm Eastern

Women-Led Games: Summer Game Fest Edition

June 8, 11:30am Pacific/2:30pm Eastern

Future Games Show Summer Showcase

June 8, 12pm Pacific/3pm Eastern

Xbox Games Showcase + Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 Direct

June 9, 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern

PC Gaming Show

June 9, 1pm Pacific/4pm Eastern

Ubisoft Forward

June 10, 12pm Pacific/3pm Eastern

Meanwhile, Sony recently hosted a PlayStation State of Play showcase on May 30. The next Nintendo Direct is also due to stream sometime in June.

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