The full E3 2021 schedule has finally been revealed just over a week from the actual event. It’s obviously not a typical show since it’s not taking over Los Angeles, but it is some sort of gathering of press conferences and reveals nonetheless. The ESA gave the schedule to coincide with the day fan registration went live, which is a free way for users to experience E3 in some capacity.
The E3 2021 schedule is as follows:
Saturday, June 12:
Sunday, June 13:
Monday, June 14:
Tuesday, June 15:
A lot of the show is still weirdly unknown. Many of the conferences or reveals still don’t have times associated with them yet while only a handful of them do, resulting in a chaotic calendar with a lot of question marks. Hopefully, the rest of the events will be filled in shortly as it doesn’t help people who only want to tune in for specific things.
Sony is not participating at E3 this year as it told IGN that it did “not feel the vision of E3 2020 is the right venue for what [Sony is] focused on this year.” It has not announced a State of Play for June, but it did hold a stream on June 11, 2020 about the PS5. EA is also skipping the show this year but will have its EA Play show on July 22 and a Battlefield 6 reveal event on June 9 at 7 AM PT.