With the cancellation of E3 2020, it feels like everyone's trying to replace the annual event. IGN, GameSpot, and GamesRadar are all doing their own thing, promising digital events that will feature all kinds of next-gen game coverage and industry news.
All of these showings are going to make for a busy summer, but it's about to get even busier. Veteran presenter and producer Geoff Keighley has announced the 'Summer Game Fest', which will stretch all the way from May to August 2020.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, it's going to be "a four-month rollout of news, announcements, playable demos of upcoming games, interviews, panels and more from leading developers and publishers."
Meanwhile, Keighley has dropped a number of big publisher and developer names, all of which will be taking part.
'Phase 1' will include the likes of Sony PlayStation, Activision, Bandai Namco, Square Enix, Bethesda, 2K, CD Projekt Red, and more. Given that this all kicks off in May, it won't be long until we get a lot more information. It's probably safe to assume that Sony's PS5 reveal will be part of this at some point.
The Summer Game Fest will be broadcast across YouTube, Twitch, Facebook, and just about every other streaming platform that you can think of.
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