Summer Game Fest 2021 kicks off this week, and it looks like 2K and Gearbox Studios are preparing something new to show to their fans. The studio that provided us with the hit Borderlands franchise is enthusiastic about developing a new IP and will premiere on June 10th.
Geoff Keighley, creator and host of Summer Game Fest, has made fun of the new announcement on Twitter. “Prepare for new adventure announcements from Gearbox and 2K during the Summer Game Fest,” reads the following tweet: The big announcement will be on June 10th, but you can see all the schedules for the next two weeks here.
Keighley was careful not to reveal too much, but as data mined from the Teaser website, there are already some leaks. I don’t want to support leaks near the showcase, so I’m not going to cover them in this article. If you really don’t want to know, you can find it on Twitter.
After last year’s successful show, Summer Game Fest is back. This is also the first year Cary has not joined E3. He has hosted Coliseum events in the past, but said he wouldn’t come back last year for moral reasons.
“Given what we’ve been told about E3, we’re worried about joining this year,” Cary said earlier. Hollywood Reporter.. “For the last 25 years, I’ve attended all Electronic Entertainment Expos. Covering, hosting and sharing E3 is the highlight of my year and a decisive part of my career. Needless to say. About E3 2020. I want to support the developers who showcase my work, but I also need to be open and honest with my fans about what to expect from me. “
The reason for his resignation was a security leak in attendee information. The leak in question has exposed many in the industry, including journalists, streamers, and other content creators. Data breaches have revealed thousands of home addresses, phone numbers, and other personal information. ESA has not yet faced what happened and has not elaborated on how to prevent this from happening in the future. Given that social media accounts have recently been accused of malicious reactions and most of them are now being deleted, it seems that the company is not going to deal with a major security breach. Until that happens, like many industry veterans, Cary is unlikely to come back.