The Future Games Show returns for a summer show of exciting upcoming games across PS5, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, PC, and more.
On August 24, Mana-powered Future Games Show will showcase about 50 games from a mix of developers, such as Team17, 505 Games, Prime Matter, and Ravenscourt. These developers will be sitting down to interviews and showcasing exclusive content – with some world premieres in between. This event should give viewers a taste of some exciting games coming this year and in 2023.
These games are from a mixture of genres and a variety of developers. It’s going to be the most diverse group since these shows started, says Daniel Dawkins, director of gaming content for Future, so it’ll be exciting to see what debuts.
As the show approaches, the game will be announced daily in Future Games Show Twitter (Opens in a new tab) account, as well as the Twitter account of our gaming-focused fraternity site, GamesRadar (Opens in a new tab).
How to watch future games show
The Mana-powered Future Games show will begin on Wednesday, August 24 at 2PM EST / 11AM PT / 7PM GMT.
It will be broadcasted live Twitch (Opens in a new tab)And the Facebook (Opens in a new tab)And the Youtube (Opens in a new tab)And the Twitter (Opens in a new tab) And the GamesRadar (Opens in a new tab)which gives you plenty of options about where to watch the show.
And the creators, listen up: The Show invites live broadcasters to apply to become Official Partners of the Show. Anyone can stream the show for free, but to become an official partner and receive a special asset package, as well as the opportunity to be included in the list GamesRadar+ as an official co-streaming partner (Opens in a new tab)Applications can be submitted through Official Broadcast Partner Form (Opens in a new tab).
Tom’s Guide will, of course, serve up the biggest and best game announcements from these shows, as well as any ideas we have about games you should be excited about. In the meantime, check out our latest reviews on popular titles like Stray, an adventure game that’s been making a lot of buzz lately — probably because you’re playing a cat.