Want to catch some of the most interesting new trailers and gameplay footage from 50+ upcoming games, spanning AAA to indie? On Friday 28th August, at noon PDT / 3pm EDT / 8PM UK, our sister site GamesRadar+ will be running a special edition of the Future Games Show, an online digital showcase event with some of the biggest game studios.

This includes names such as Square Enix, Activision, Sega, Ubisoft, Team 17 and 2K, along with Devolver Digital, Modus Games, Merge Games, Frontier Developments, Grindstone, Awe Interactive, Daedalic Entertainment, PLAYISM, Stuck In Attic, Walkabout Games, General Interactive Co., Jaw Drop Games, Rocketship Park, TeamKill Media, Toplitz Productions, Studio 369, Raw Fury, The Binary Mill, Systemic Reaction, Ice Water Games and more.

The event will be hosted by David Hayter and Debi Mae West, voice actors of Solid Snake and Meryl Silverburgh from Metal Gear Solid. Alongside trailers, demos, and a gameplay showcase, the event is set to feature developer interviews for titles coming later in 2020 or early 2021. This will include premieres, feature announcements, details about free demos, release dates, and popular games that might be spreading across to other platforms. The content will include games from every major gaming platform, including PS5, Xbox Series X, Switch, PC, PS4, Xbox, and even Stadia.

How to Watch the Future Games Show

It will take place at 12:00pm (noon) PDT, 3:00pm EDT, 8pm UK, on Friday August 28th , and be streamed across several different platforms, such as TwitchYouTubeTwitter, and the GamesRadar+ homepage. Everyone is invited!

The first Future Games Show back in June was presented by industry legends Nolan North and Emily Rose of Uncharted fame and featured games from a multitude of partners, drawing in more than 10m+ viewers. It can be seen over at GamesRadar+ half-way down the page.

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  • nathanddrews - Thursday, August 27, 2020 - link

    "...and even Stadia"

    Nice. Stadia, the afterthought. LOL
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  • webdoctors - Thursday, August 27, 2020 - link

    Stadia is a terrible platform. Its just adding another walled garden. Makes no sense. Reply
  • Zeratul56 - Thursday, August 27, 2020 - link

    It generated a lot of defenders and detractors though, made for great entertainment to watch both sides bicker. Reply
  • PeachNCream - Saturday, August 29, 2020 - link

    I think game streaming services have a future. They can already deliver an acceptable experience in single player titles IF your internet connection is sufficiently fast and responsive. The wrinkle is that lots and lots of people still have slow connections with draconian data caps (local cable ISP here gives you 25mbit but after the first 20GB of downstream data, they limit your connection to 1mbit). Stadia, I think, doesn't do game streaming any justice. NV is probably the closest to ideal at present on the PC side. Sony's streaming for PlayStation games is okay as well if you don't mind the console-oriented nature of their library.

    At the end of it all, I think game streaming is going to replace local graphics processing in a large number of places that do have acceptable ISP access because dGPU pricing has gotten pretty insane lately and that's disregarding the other components that come along with it if one wants a computer with passable capabilities.
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  • Socius - Wednesday, September 2, 2020 - link

    That wouldn't make sense. You'll never beat the 1ms latency of in-city internet connectivity. I've used moonlight game streaming while at work. 1080p 144Hz streaming. Even did some 4K60. And you almost couldn't tell you were even playing remotely. I've done the beta tests for all the streaming platforms and they've been horrible. Latency would be better if their datacenter was in your city, but even then...you're dealing with crap resolution/graphics settings. Even putting aside the $499 RTX 3070 that was just launched, it'd make more sense for you to stream games from your Xbox/PS5 since your games will already be loaded there, they have hardware encoding, and will have the lowest latency possible. And if you're a PC gamer....easy. You've been able to do proper 120Hz+ streaming since Pascal. And it's gotten even easier with the new RTX lineup. Reply
  • martixy - Sunday, August 30, 2020 - link

    Sure it does. It's for when you can't sit in front your personal battlestation.

    It will run on the hotel TV, for games that are not latency sensitive (or even those that are if you're willing to suck up the delay).

    Business side is a separate matter, but the tech has its niche.
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  • PeachNCream - Monday, August 31, 2020 - link

    "your personal battlestation"

    ...
    Reply
  • regsEx - Thursday, August 27, 2020 - link

    PDT, EDT, BST. Why not to use universal UTC? Reply
  • Ian Cutress - Friday, August 28, 2020 - link

    My XXX family member who loves games doesn't know what UTC is. Reply
  • Kenmitch - Friday, August 28, 2020 - link

    @Ian....You have a family member that's in porn? Is she hot? Reply

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