Summer Game Fest promises “more than 30” partners showcasing at the event

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This year’s Summer Game Fest is taking the ball dropped by E3 2022’s cancellation and running with it, announcing over 30 partners for the event later this month.

A tweet from the event’s official account has revealed some of the names who’ll be at the show, which holds its main showcase next week. They include two of the big console format holders, with both Xbox and PlayStation confirming their presence. Both Steam and Epic Games have also thrown their hats into the ring to represent the PC side of things.

Also confirmed for the event are names like 2K, Capcom, Sega, Bandai Namco and Warner Bros as well as Activision and Square Enix. A couple of names to perhaps keep an eye on are Bloober Team, given the recent flurry of Silent Hill rumours, and Deep Silver – given the never dying Dead Island 2 whispers.

Though there’s no E3 2022 this year, there’s no real void in terms of studios showing their stuff as we head into the June announcement season. PlayStation is holding a State of Play tomorrow evening, while Xbox and Bethesda’s showcase is next Sunday. Between those and the Summer Game Fest live show on June 9 at 7pm UK time, there’s plenty in store in the next few weeks. We’ll try and keep you abreast of the big announcements as much as we can.

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