30 to 40 games will be held at this year’s Summer Game Fest

Jeff Kyle Says We Can Expect ‘Surprises’

A replacement for this year’s E3, the Summer Game Fest, organized by a figure that has been quite moving in the industry in recent years, Jeff Kigley, which will be attended by more than 30 companies, and 30 to 40 games will be presented. Kigley said in an interview with VentureBeat that the absence of E3 forced the Summer Game Festival to attract this number of games and companies.

The event kicked off yesterday with Sony’s State of Play and will again be held at 9 a.m. next Thursday, with the main event kicking off via the Xbox One, one of the most anticipated, among many others. Speaking on the Microsoft console, Jeff said, “We’re going to see games like Starfield Xbox on display.”

The organizer of the Summer Game Fest (and The Game Awards) said the event is more focused on third-party developers who want to advertise their games in a “neutral” way, without a specific platform.

Kylie, in addition to working on her events, will also receive a tribute at Gamescom’s opening party in Germany in August. “This is what I love to cover, an event that contains elements of discovery as well as ‘bangers’, as children like to say, that people are excited to see,” said Jeff Kilim.

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Asked if this year’s summer festival would end with a bang or a good Portuguese “crazy game,” Kylie said yes. “We had a good surprise last year and hopefully we will have something good this year. We are trying to find a way to do that.”

“We are in a kind of post-pandemic state. We have not been able to go to events and games for 2.5 years. We are trying to guess something without a massive conference center.” Adds Kiel.

The organizer of the Summer Game Fest assures us that just as we had good surprises last year with the first gameplay of the Elden Ring, we will have surprises this year as well.

Among the big names in the industry, Ubisoft, Nintendo and EA will not be part of Summer Game Fest 2022.


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Source: VentureBeat


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