GamesRadar recently announced the Future games show, a one-hour digital showcase that will see "some of the most exciting games of 2020 and beyond" in the spotlight. The showcase will air during the week leading up to E3 2020, which would have been held from 9 to 11 June if it had not been canceled. According to what was communicated by GamesRadar, the broadcast will contain exclusive trailers, announcements and insights both for triple A games and for indies, focusing on current (and next generation) consoles, mobile platforms and streaming. It will also be supported by exclusive news, previews and interviews, however for more details we will have to wait for the next few weeks. Future Games Show will be broadcast worldwide on platforms such as YouTube and Twitch. It will also be promoted by other sites of the Future network, among which we see PC Gamer, TechRadar, T3 and Tom's Guide. Below, the statements Daniel Dawkins, Future Content Director:
Future has existed since 1985 with the launch of Amstrad Action magazine and its groundbreaking cassettes mounted on the cover. We are delighted to bring together our brilliant editorial team across multiple famous brands to work on the Future Games Show. The focus will be on consoles, mobile games and streaming.
Future Games Show is not the only event to emerge just after the cancellation of E3 2020. Earlier this month, IGN announced the Summer of Gaming digital event which will be held just next June. The latter has been confirmed by the presence of multiple companies: 2K Games, Amazon, Bandai Namco, Devolver Digital, Google, Sega, Square Enix, THQ Nordic and Twitter.