E3 2021 live play schedule: when and where to watch without a gaming event and what to expect

E3 2021 live play schedule: when and where to watch without a gaming event and what to expect

E3 2021 live programming: E3 2021 Live Play Schedule: This is the time of year when you set aside your gaming equipment and remind yourself that there is still some dirt to be made. It is also known as Electronic Entertainment Expo E3 2021 on the corner. However, things will not be the same as in previous years. The annual festival, which was canceled last year, is being held digitally this year from June 12 to June 15 due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Here we will explain what to expect and where to watch E3 2021 live streaming.

E3 2021 live schedule: Date, time, when and where to watch

If you’re an avid gamer or game enthusiast, you can follow all the updates of the annual event from the comfort of your own home. The Entertainment Software Association will stream the entire event on Twitch and Youtube so you can tune in. The best thing is that anyone can do it to catch all the updates.

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What to expect from E3 2021


Ubisoft will kick off the PDT on Saturday, June 12, at 12:00 p.m. (PDT (or June 13, 12:30 p.m., IST). The company will show Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine, which was supposed to be launched last year but was delayed. The company will also provide more details on Far Cry 6 and Mythic Quest. Of course, you may not hear anything about the re-creation of the Prince of Persia at the next ceremony.



Square Enix

Square Enix will host an event at 12:00 PDT on June 13 (or 12:30 IST on June 14) where the company will show titles like Babylon’s Fall, Life is Strange: True Colors and Life is Strange Remastered collection. The company will also launch a new Eidos-Montreal Gaming title.


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