E3 2021 is nearly over — there’s just one more full day left. The show has delivered some big announcements so far, including a trailer and release date for the highly-anticipated Elden Ring, a trailer for Ubisoft’s gorgeous Avatar game, a release date for Microsoft and Bethesda’s Starfield, and even the reveal of a chaos-filled and action-heavy Final Fantasy spinoff.
But on Tuesday, there’s still one more potentially huge event on the calendar: a Nintendo Direct with “roughly 40 minutes” of information about upcoming Nintendo Switch games. (Fingers crossed for news on the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.) And there are also shows from Bandai Namco (the publisher of Elden Ring, I should add) and GameSpot to look forward to.
Check out our schedule below if you want to know when to watch Tuesday’s events. And if you want to catch up on what’s already been announced, we’ve got you covered there, too.
When is E3?
E3 takes place from Saturday, June 12th, to Tuesday, June 15th.
What’s the schedule for Tuesday, June 15th?
- 11AM ET: E3 broadcast pre-show
- 12PM ET: Nintendo’s Nintendo Direct followed by a Nintendo Treehouse Live broadcast with about three hours of gameplay demoed
- 5:25PM ET: Bandai Namco’s E3 presentation
- 6:20PM ET: Yooreka Studio’s E3 presentation
- 6:35PM ET: GameSpot’s Play for All Showcase
- 7:45PM ET: Official E3 2021 Awards Show
How can I watch E3?
E3 will be airing its broadcast on Twitch, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook. For the presentations hosted by individual companies, you may be able to find official streams on their social platforms.
Update June 14th, 7:31PM ET: Removed events that took place Monday and updated the introduction.