Everything announced at E3 and Summer Game Fest 2021

The full breakdown of every single game and trailer show during the E3 and Summer Game Festival 2021 extravaganza.

If you've been busy over the weekend there's a chance you haven't seen the deluge of new game trailers and announcements from the combination of E3 and Summer Game Fest 2021.

Don't worry though, we've got you covered, with every single trailer and announcement from the entire line-up of developer conferences, separated out and sifted through for you to peruse. So here's every major game trailer shown at E3 and Summer Game Festival 2021, consume responsibly.

All the E3 and Summer Game Festival 2021 announcements

Summer Game Festival 2021

Geoff Keighley kicked of proceedings with his Summer Game Festival online showcase, which will return next year as a physical event. Watch your back E3 organizers. Especially as Geoff had the pulling power to snag a new look at Elden Ring in the show, one of the hottest games of next year for sure.

Jurassic World Evolution 2 (2021)

Lost Ark (releasing in the West in Fall 2021)

Salt & Sacrifice (2022)

Solar Ash (2021)

Escape from Tarkov's new Streets map

Two Point Campus (2022)

Bloodhunt (Vampire the Masquerade battle royale)

Planet of Lana (2022)

Elden Ring (January 21, 2022) 


There were a good showing of new games and updates on games coming this year from Ubisoft, the standout announcements were Riders Republic, Rainbow Six Extraction (and a Siege expansion), as well as a new Mario + Rabbids and....an Avatar game? In this decade?

Rainbow Six Extraction (September 16, 2021) 

Rocksmith+ (closed beta now, subscription service)

Riders Republic (September 2, 2021)

R6: Siege North Star expansion 

Just Dance 2022 (November 4, 2021)

AC: Valhalla expansion Siege of Paris (Summer 2021) + more next year

Far Cry 6 season pass

Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope trailer

M+R Gameplay

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora (Ubi Massive, 2022) 

Devolver Digital

Among the big lads at the developer conferences, everyone's favorite indie darling/demon Devolver Digital put out updates on a dozen of their finest wares. They look good, check them out.

Shadow Warrior 3

Phantom Abyss (June 22, Steam EA) 

Trek To Yomi (2022, PS5/XSX/PC) 

Wizard With A Gun (2022, Switch/PC) 

Death’s Door (July 20)


Devolver Tumble Time (2021, mobile) 

Demon Throttle (Switch, physical only) 


By far the meatiest event of the E3 calendar now that Sony have foregone the formalities of showing off their upcoming games on the same stage as their competitor. Xbox (and their newly acquired stable of Bethesda studios) had plenty of big bang-for-buck titles to whet your appetite with, plus some indies thrown in for good measure.

Starfield (November 11, 2022) Xbox Exclusive

Stalker 2: Heart of Chernobyl (April 28, 2022)

Back 4 Blood (day 1 Game Pass, October 12, 2021)

Contraband (co-op open world by Avalanche)

Jack Sparrow in Sea of Thieves (June 22, 2021)

Yakuza: Like a Dragon on Game Pass now

Battlefield 2042 gameplay (now with grappling hook) 

12 Minutes (August 19, 2021, Xbox launch exclusive)

Psychonauts 2 (August 25, 2021)

Fallout 76: Steel Reign expansion (July 7, 2021) + more next year

Party Animals (2022, Xbox launch exclusive)

Hades on Xbox, Game Pass day 1 (August 13, 2021)

Somerville on Game Pass (2022) - from Limbo/Inside devs

Halo Infinite multiplayer - F2P, 120fps support (Holiday 2021)

Diablo 2 Resurrection (September 23, 2021)

A Plague Tale Requiem (2022, Game Pass)

Slime Rancher 2 (2022, Game Pass)

Shredders (December 2021)

Atomic Heart (Game Pass)

Replaced (2022, Game Pass)

Grounded Shroom & Doom update: pets, mushrooms, giant spider, achievements (June 30)

Among Us on Xbox (soon)

Elyuden Chronicle (2 games: prequel Rising in 2022, main game Hundred Heroes in 2023, Suikoden staff)

AoE IV (October 28, 2021)

The Outer Worlds 2 (no release window)

Microsoft Flight Simulator on Xbox (July 27) + Top Gun expansion this Fall

Forza Horizon 5 (November 9, 2021)

Redfall (Arkane Austin, Summer 2022)

Square Enix

For some reason Square Enix devoted at least half of their slot to this Guardians of the Galaxy single-player game, with a head nod to some more stuff being added to the Avengers multiplayer co-op game. The former looks much better than the latter. They also had a couple of surprises up their sleeve with a new Final Fantasy spin-off action slasher.

Guardians of the Galaxy (October 26, 2021) 

Babylon’s Fall (Platinum Games, GaaS model)

Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin (2022, PS5 Demo OUT NOW)


Nintendo popped in right at the end for a cherry on the top of the long weekend's reveals. A little taster of the Breath of the Wild sequel (which still doesn't really have a name, and they're not going with BOTW2 despite how we all talk about it), the resurrection of a Metroid game thought long dead for more than 15 years, and another fighting game crossover with Smash Ultimate.

Kazuya joins Smash Ultimate (Sakurai Presents on June 28)

Shin Megami Tensei V (November 12, pre-orders start June 21)

Metroid Dread (October 8)

Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp (December 3)

Mario Party Superstars (October 29)

Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water (2021)

WarioWare: Get It Together! (September 10)

The Legend of Zelda 35th Anniversary Game & Watch (November 12)

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity DLC 1: Pulse of the Ancients (June 18)

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild sequel (2022)

That's all for E3 and Summer Game Fest 2021! Which trailer was your favorite, and which games are you looking forward to most?


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