Tokyo Game Show 2021: first details of its calendar with dates, conferences and more

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The Tokyo Game Show 2021 It will be the next great video game fair that we will see this year, in which we have already experienced unforgettable moments thanks to E3 2021 and Gamescom 2021, among other events. With practically a month to go before its start, we already know the first details of its calendar: It will start on September 30 at 03:00 (Spanish peninsular time) with an opening ceremony, which will last 50 minutes and will act as a prelude to the rest of the conferences. Companies like Sega, Capcom, Square Enix and Xbox have already confirmed their attendance. Next we leave you a look at the most outstanding spaces, in the absence of knowing the complete itinerary.

Tokyo Game Show 2021: date of the first confirmed conferences

September 30th

  • Opening ceremony
  • Celebrating 25 years of Tokyo Game Show
  • GameraGames
  • Evento dedicado a The King of Fighters XV
  • SK Telecom Conference
  • Xbox event
  • Konami event dedicated to Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel
  • Espacio de Spike Chunshoft
  • D3 Publisher
  • Capcom Online Program

October 1st

  • 505 Games event
  • Square Enits Presentes: Tokyo Game Show 2021
  • Bandai Namco event dedicated to The Idolmaster
  • Sega / Atlus event

October 2nd

  • Tencent event
  • Evento de DMM Games
  • Ceremonia Japan Game Awards 2021
  • Koei Tecmo Event – Confirmed Titles: Blue Reflection, Dynasty Warrios 9 and Nobunaga’s Ambition: Shinshei

October 3

  • Announcement of a new action RPG
  • Evento de Arc System Works
  • 110 Industries event
  • Ubisoft Event – Titles Confirmed: Far Cry 6
  • Space dedicated to Genshin Impact
  • Closing ceremony

There are still many companies and events to be confirmed, but the calendar is already beginning to offer us some details about the announcements that we will witness at the video game fair par excellence in Japan. Another year, in MeriStation we will tell you all the news and surprises that await us at the Tokyo Game Show 2021.

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Source | Tokyo Game Show 2021; via Nibellion in Twitter


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