Summer Game Fest, the annual gaming industry event hosted by Geoff Keighley, will return in 2022 for the third year in a row.
Producer and host Geoff Keighley has confirmed that the Summer Game Fest will return in 2022. The event for the summer, originally held in 2020, was created to replace the Electronic Entertainment Expo in 2020. after the event is cancelled. Summer Game Fest returns in 2021, with Geoff Keighley’s exciting video game event now becoming an enduring annual tradition.
Starting in June 2021, last year’s Summer Game Fest provided a number of exciting gameplay reveals and plenty of trailers for audiences. A brand new gameplay trailer for FromSoftware’s Elden Ring has garnered a huge amount of attention, giving fans a better look at the open-world adventure. Other titles, such as Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands and Death Stranding Director’s Cut, were first announced by Geoff Keighley. The Summer Game Fest’s longer, online-hosted nature has allowed the show to challenge E3 2021, despite the event’s much longer broadcast history. Summer Game Fest 2021 special guests like Jeff Goldblum also contributed to the success of the showcase, engaging viewers with both game announcements and professional style.
Geoff Keighley – the organizer of Summer Game Fest and Game Awards officially announced Summer Game Fest 2022 via Twitter. While nothing has been officially revealed about the upcoming event, the announcement presumably confirms that Keighley will return as executive producer and main presenter of the event. No specific time has been announced yet, but gamers can expect the Summer Game Fest to return in the summer of 2022. The Summer Game Fest website has also been updated to reflect the return of the event. year 2022.
Ironically, Geoff Keighley’s revelation about Summer Game Fest 2022 comes right after another major announcement regarding this year’s Electronics Entertainment Expo. While originally intended to be an in-person event, it was recently revealed that E3 2022 is canceled due to COVID-19 concerns and will be held as a fully online event. Continued health risks have caused plans to change, so now both Summer Game Fest and E3 will be held online in 2022. It is expected that E3 will still stick to the schedule and flow of content. initially, but without a live audience.
After E3 was canceled in 2020, Summer Game Fest arrived and became the biggest annual video game event. Geoff Keighley has rolled out some exciting gameplay reveals and trailers in 2021 and 2022 is sure to push this style even further by delivering an even more thrilling digital experience. The announcement that E3 2022 will be online-only also takes away one of that event’s strongest points, meaning Summer Game Fest 2022 could soon dominate its biggest competitor.
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