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All Summer Game Fest 2024 developers set to participate and what we want to see

Its like Christmas but in the summer.

Another season of new game announcements is on the way with the annual Sumer Game Fest just around the corner. Next month’s livestream will boast around 55 game makers all gearing up to show us what they’ve been working on. To see all Summer Game Fest 2024 developers and what we want and hope to see, you’ve come to the right place. 

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Summer Game Fest 2024: What developers are set to participate and what we want to see.

In this post-E3 world, there are many places where developers can go to announce their projects. However, Summer Game Fest seems to be the best spot to get all eyeballs. So let’s run down who is going to be showing up to the party.

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All developers appearing during the event 

  • 2K
  • Amazon Games
  • Annapurna Interactive
  • Arc Games
  • Atari
  • Bandai Namco
  • Blumehouse Games 
  • Bokeh Game Studi Inc.
  • Capcom
  • Day of the Devs
  • Deep Silver
  • Devolver Digital
  • Discord
  • Dolby
  • Electronic Arts
  • Embark
  • Epic Games
  • Focus Entertainment
  • Funcom
  • HoyoVerse
  • I am 8 Bit Presents
  • Indie Angels
  • Innersloth
  • Ironmace
  • Niantic
  • Party Animals
  • Plaion
  • PlayStation
  • Pocketpair
  • Private Divison
  • Razer
  • Riot Games
  • S-Game
  • Samsung Gaming Hub
  • Sega
  • SNK
  • Steam
  • Sunblink
  • Supercell
  • Thunderful
  • Timi Studio Group
  • Torn Banner
  • Ubisoft
  • Uncalpped Games
  • Warner Bros Games
  • Xbox
Summer Game Fest Showing Spider Man
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What games can we expect? 

I’m looking forward to three specific developers. Starting with EA. As much as Battlefield 5 has regained popularity, I’m excited to see where to next installment goes and how it changes the meta. I’m still holding out hope, even with the many missteps of Battlefield 2042. Plus we could get more stuff on Dragon Age: Dreadwolf.

Another exciting tidbit is Hoyoverse. I’m not a huge fan of Gacha games, but Zenless Zone Zero has won my heart thanks to its ultra-stylized gameplay. I hope we see a little more from the game as it’s expected to launch in July

Zenless Zone Zero Character Getting Ready To Fight
Image: HoyoVerse

The last thing I’m looking forward to is Funcom and Dune Awakening. You can call me a Dune head and the more I hear about this survival game, the more stoked I get for it. So I am hoping we get more since Funcom has been dropping morsels of information. 

The absence of developers like Square Enix might sting a little. While they’ve been facing some negative press over the sales of the latest Final Fantasy installments and Foam Stars, it would be nice to see if they were working on something beyond that. 

When is Summer Game Fest 24?

The event will stream live on YouTube on June 7th at 2 PM PT/ 5 PM ET.

But until then, take a trip down memory lane to when the surprise hit Lies of P was demoed at Summer Game Fest 2023.


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