Tokyo Game Show has been a firm fixture of the gaming calendar for 25 years, serving up new games and announcements with a focus on (but not limited to) Japanese developers.
TGS 2021 will run between the 30th of September and the 3rd of October.
Last year saw more information revealed for the likes of Scarlet Nexus, NieR Replicant, and Monster Hunter Rise, as well as Western developers like CD Projekt RED showing off Cyberpunk 2077 before release.
With the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the event is being held online again this year. That means you can expect a wealth of live streams and developer interviews.
While these are likely to be found on the Tokyo Game Show YouTube channel, if you’re looking for English translations you may have to wait to find them on relevant developer channels.
Capcom will share a 50-minute showcase, and while Square Enix will be in attendance, Final Fantasy 16 won’t be – but Final Fantasy Origin and Final Fantasy 14’s Endwalker expansion could make appearances. Bandai Namco, Tencent Games, and Ubisoft will be present. Genshin Impact fans can also expect a presentation from miHoYo. Konami will also be on hand to discuss Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel.