One year ago, one of the most fantastic E3 since its creation was to take place in Los Angeles, where we could get our hands on the two new next-gen consoles, the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X, 4 months before their release. Not to mention the possibility to play Cyberpunk 2077, Halo Infinite or the latest God of War.

At least, that’s what we imagined until March 2020 and you know how it all turned out: bad.

After a digital “trial version” accompanied by the birth of Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest, the E3 2021 edition will again have a strange face as it seems that some publishers will make conferences, while announcements will take place around the “usual” week of the show.

Basically, we will have a continuous flow of information from this week until mid-June.

To help you follow all this, you should know that the Xbox conference will take place on June 13th at 7pm (French time). It will last 1h30 and it will be a show where Xbox and Bethesda games will be in the spotlight.

It talks about “amazing titles coming to Xbox before the end of the year” and we expect to see Halo Infinite and StarField. As usual you can sign up for the FanFest to get exclusive promos and giveaways.

You can follow the conference here: