In the absence of E3, last year saw several independent press conference-esque livestreams pop up throughout the summer. One of those was Future Games Show, which had two broadcasts in 2020. While the pair of shows didn't reveal anything major, it sounds like this year's efforts might be a little larger in scale.
Yes, Future Games Show returns in 2021. The first of three planned showcases is set to take place on 25th March. According to GamesRadar+, the show is set to feature 40 games from 30 publishers and developers, with "trailers, announcements, deep dives, and interviews from studios like SEGA, Team 17, Warner Bros, and EA". There will be titles for all platforms, obviously including PlayStation 5 and PS4.
You'll be able to tune in via Twitch and YouTube of course, with the start time set for 14:45 PDT / 17:45 EDT / 21:45 GMT.
As we mentioned, Future Games Show will be back later in the year, with two more broadcasts planned for June and August. Are you looking forward to this one? Set aside some time in the comments section below.