Future Games Show 2020 to Feature Over 30 Games from Square Enix, Curve Digital, Deep Silver, and More - NewsWilliam D'Angelo , posted on 01 June 2020 / 496 Views
Future announced the Future Games Show 2020 will be hosted by Uncharted series voice actors Emily Rose and Nolan North. The digital event will feature over 30 games from Curve Digital, Deep Silver, Devolver Digital, Hi-Rez Studios, Merge Games, Raw Fury, Red Thread Games, Square Enix, Team17, TeamKill Media, tinyBuild, and Walkabout Games.
There will be "exclusives, deep-dives, developer interviews, and roundtables" when the event takes place on June 6 at 2:30pm PT / 5:30pm ET. It will be live streamed on YouTube, Twitch, Facebook, and GamesRadar+.
"Such an honor to host the Future Games Show with my dear friend Emily Rose," said co-host Nolan North. "Quarantine may be Nate and Elena’s current adventure, but that doesn’t mean we can’t be inspired and uplifted by the creativity and imagination of games creators from across the globe. So join us this Saturday as we unveil some of the most eye catching titles from 2020 and beyond."
Co-host Emily Rose added, "I am really excited to be hosting the Future Games Show with my dear friend Nolan. We always have so much fun together and getting to announce all of the amazing video games coming out in 2020 is icing on the cake. Join us Saturday for a sneak peak, it will be a blast!"
"With no E3 this year we want to make sure we still bring gaming fans all the latest news from what is shaping up to be a fantastic year in games," said Content Director of Games and Film at GamesRadar+ Daniel Dawkins. "The show is packed full of exclusive world premieres, new trailers, developer interviews, and deep-dives from studios big and small. We’re thrilled to be taking a closer look at what the next generation of gaming means for the way we play, exploring everything from machine learning to NPC intelligence – and how technology will transform the games of tomorrow."
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