GamesRadar’s Future Games Show Making A Return This March

Those searching for information on forthcoming games should take note of the Future Games Show. The interactive gaming event Future Games Show will return this year, and earlier than anticipated, according to GamesRadar.

Various blogs and publishers have produced their own shows while gaming news gradually goes online for reveals. Despite the fact that the Future Games Show is a recent addition, it has continued to build itself as a reliable celebration. The showcase has made appearances at E3 and Gamescom, as well as hosting its own event. Even if there are several streaming shows in the works for 2021, it seems that FGS will return.


This year’s FGS will take place on March 25, according to GamesRadar. Jeff Schine and Nicole Tompkins, all of whom worked on the Resident Evil 3 reboot, will host the event. Remember to mark your calendars for 14:45 PDT / 17:45 EDT / and 21:45 GMT for the showcase. Fans who want to watch the showcase can do so via GamesRadar’s official Twitch, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, or on GamesRadar’s official website.

The website isn’t shy about teasing what publishers and developers will be showing up. More than 40 games from different genres and platforms will be included at the spring festival. There will also be world premieres from Warner Bros. Games, EA, and SEGA, among others. There are more than 30 of these classes on the entire list, meaning there will be lots of surprises. There will also be a pre-show with some special announcements and updates.

More game showcase events are always welcome, as they help build anticipation for what’s to come. The previous FGS included big titles such as Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Watch Dogs Legion, all of which received favorable reviews.


And with so many teams participating, there will almost certainly be a few highlights in the day. The publishers at Warner Bros. Games and EA have a number of big-name series, but these are only a few to keep an eye on.

Digital game shows, on the other hand, have recently received a lukewarm response. A few weeks ago, a Nintendo Direct lacked many anticipated games, and Sony’s State of Play did not impress the audience. At BlizzCon 2021, also Blizzard failed to deliver on Overwatch.

It’s difficult to tell whether this is due to the global pandemic or the time between console generations. However, there’s a good possibility that FGS won’t have many interesting announcements as well. Fans will have to wait to see what happens later this month in any event.


Christian Allen Tandoc
Christian Allen Tandoc is a frantic writer, blogger, and ghostwriter. He quit his office job as an Applications Engineer for the love of writing. When he’s not working, he’s either playing with his PS4 or his 1-year old daughter.


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