Summer Game Fest 2021: All Game Release Announcements

Summer Games Fest has wowed us with a slew of major announcements and reveals, including the eagerly anticipated Elden Ring and Call of Duty: Warzone Season 4 updates. If you missed the live show, we’ve compiled a list of all the Summer Games Fest revelations for you!

Elden Ring

Elden Ring’s first proper peek ever since the initial unveiling in 2019 did not hold back. The highly anticipated game, which is a partnership between From Software and author George R. R. Martin, has received a new teaser with details on the game’s universe, narrative, and combat, including a new launch date!

RELEASE DATE: January 21, 2022

Evil Dead: The Game

Evil Dead: The Game, from Saber Interactive, is a 4-player co-op game that was first revealed at the end of 2020 and is now expected to release this 2021. It’s four survivors versus numerous unearthly evil and Deadites, with a variety of close combat weapons and firearms at your discretion, as well as automobiles!

PLATFORM: PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X|S

Lost Ark

Lost Ark, a Diablo-style MMO, is arriving in the West, which is a shock to the gaming community. It was available for years in Korea and Japan before being released in Russia, but now Amazon is assisting in its expansion into the United States and Europe. If you’ve been wanting this game, there will be a beta this Summer!


Call of Duty Warzone (Season 4)

A new teaser for Call of Duty Warzone and Black Ops Cold War’s next season has arrived, featuring a new operator in a short theatrical before all hope is lost. Fans of Treyarch will be pleased to learn that the well-liked map Hijacked is returning, while Warzone gamers got a sneak peek at a few of the new features coming to Verdansk this season.

RELEASE DATE: June 17, 2021
PLATFORM: PS4, PS5, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X|S

Salt and Sacrifice

Shuhei Yoshida, the head of PlayStation indies, made an unexpected appearance to unveil a Soulslike Salt and Sanctuary spinoff. It’s another eerie, pretty unsettling 2D action-platformer, however this time the co-op features will be prioritized, with online multiplayer included.

PLATFORM: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, a standalone spin-off from Borderlands, takes the series into high fictional territory. There will be alchemy, dragons, and plenty of Tiny Tina swagger. You’ll be on a trip to annihilate the Dragon Lord with all of your acquaintances.

RELEASE DATE: Early 2022
PLATFORM: PS4, PS5, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X|S

Solar Ash

The developer of Hyper Light Drifter, Heart Machine, has released a new teaser for Solar Ash. It featured an aerial, laser-breathing monstrosity and gave us a decent view of the game’s stunning neon-infused aesthetic as well as a closer look at just how combat will operate.

PLATFORM: PS4, PS5, and PC via Epic Games

Metal Slug Tactics

The Peregrine Falcon Squad will be led by Marco, Eri, Fio, and Tarma in Metal Slug Tactics, which was the second game to receive attention. This is a linear, turn-based game with a vintage vibe, based on the classic Metal Slug game. The game appears to incorporate both animated story and pixel art gameplay.

PLATFORM: PC via Steam

Death Stranding Director’s Cut

The true showcase was for a Death Stranding Director’s Cut arriving in PS5 at a certain time in the future, despite the fact that the game’s preview felt like it might be teasing a Metal Gear Solid DLC with all the box chatter. Because it was a previously unseen aspect of the world, the PS5 launch may include bonus features and extra content.

PLATFORM: PlayStation 5

Tales of Arise

The trailer gave us a better look at the JRPG’s cast of characters, as well as the abilities they’ll use in battle.

RELEASE DATE: September 10, 2021
PLATFORM: PS4, PS5, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X


Saber Interactive is developing a new PainKiller-inspired game. Unfortunately, no other details about the game were revealed, including a trailer, platform, or release date. Those who have been waiting for Painkiller news for a *long* time have finally gotten their wish.

PLATFORM: Consoles, PC

The Anacrusis

The new first-person shooter is set on a spaceship infested with aliens and features a 4-player co-op. The game will be using artificial intelligence to remix and reshape each playthrough in order to keep it refreshed.

PLATFORM: PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S

Sky – The Little Prince Season

Sky will be released on Nintendo Switch on June 29th, preceded by the endearing Le Petit Prince season on July 6th.

RELEASE DATE: June 29, 2021
PLATFORM: Nintendo Switch

House of Ashes

The third installment of the Dark Pictures Anthology received a new trailer, which clearly displayed its Descent influences.

RELEASE DATE: October 22, 2021
PLATFORM: PS4, PS5, PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S


Vampire: The Masquerade: Battle Royale is a brand new tournament set in the world of Vampire: The Masquerade. On the top of buildings, a variety of vampire types compete to be appointed victor of the human meal.


Jurassic World Evolution 2

Frontier’s outstanding dinosaur amusement park simulator is returning, with Jeff Goldblum claiming that the title would be “deeper and more expansive” than the classic.  Plan to proceed to attempt to manage some of the world’s most hazardous and extinct lifeforms.

PLATFORM: Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S

Planet of Lana

Planet of Lana is an impending game that stars a little cat/soot sprite critter in a side-scrolling hand-drawn journey that has Limbo x Ori vibes.

PLATFORM: Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC

Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin

The world has a lighter, more caricatured art style than the mainstream Monster Hunter titles, with a huge emphasis on the story. However, Monster Hunter is undeniably present. Rathalos, Nergigante, and a slew of other dragon-like monsters were seen soaring through the skies and wreaking havoc.

RELEASE DATE: July 9, 2021
PLATFORM: Nintendo Switch

Endless Dungeon

It’s a roguelike in which you’re stranded on a strange space station. To get out, you’ll need to enlist the help of other heroes and defend your crystal from the onslaught of monsters.

PLATFORM: Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S

Escape From Tarkov

Escape from Tarkov: Streets of Tarkov has a new map, according to the latest teaser released by Battlestate Games. The new map, which is set in an urban setting with narrow roads and high rises, represents a substantial change in the gameplay approach, as most maps in the closed beta are assigned in rural or industrial sectors with far less shield.


Two Point Campus

As the name implies, you’ll be designing and monitoring a college campus, complete with classrooms and what appears to be the game’s version of quidditch – sans broomsticks, of course.

PLATFORM: PS4, PS5, PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S

Back 4 Blood

A huge muscly aggressor from the impending first-person shooter. We’ve been seeing even more of the game as it gets closer to launch, and as the teaser validates, if you pre-order a copy, you’ll be eligible to get early access to the open beta and test it out for yourself starting August 5.

RELEASE DATE: October 12, 2021
PLATFORM: PS4, PS5, PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S

Tribes of Midgard

Norsfell Games and Gearbox have released a new trailer for Tribes of Midgard! It’s a survival RPG in which your tribe starts from the ground up, needing to hunt to improve their gear and protect themselves from the creatures that stalk the night.

RELEASE DATE: July 27, 2021


Riot provided only the tiniest glimpses of Valorant’s next agent, who will debut with the release of the shooter’s 3rd episode. At this moment, the showcase offers almost nothing besides a cybernetic-looking headgear and perhaps some armor, but it’ll be intriguing to watch how the newcomer fits into the game’s current roster.


Stranger Things x Smite

Eleven and Hopper will be entering the game to wreak havoc, as will the harrowing Demogorgon and The Mind Flayer. They’ll both bring their own set of abilities to Smite, as well as two different costumes. There’s also a new Upside Down arena where fans can fully immerse themselves in the Netflix series’ world.

RELEASE DATE: July 13, 2021
PLATFORM: PS4, Nintendo Switch, PC

Fast and Furious x Rocket League

You’ll be capable of driving three different Fast and Furious cars, including the Nissan Skyline, Dodge Charger, and the fresh Pontiac Fiero. Every vehicle comes with a wide range of decals and can be purchased separately if you only want one set of wheels.

RELEASE DATE: June 17, 2021
PLATFORM: PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch, PC, Xbox One

Among Us

There will be a new hide and seek feature in Among Us, as well as new positions, shades, and cosmetics, accolades, and developer Innersloth has disclosed that Map 5 is in the works. Everything about the indie breakout hit is still very enjoyable.

PLATFORM: PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch, Android, PC, Xbox One, iOS, Xbox Series X|S

Overwatch 2

While no new information about Overwatch 2 was revealed, we did get a look at two new skins for the protagonists Baptiste and Sombra. Both are dressed in their new outfits, which are anticipated to be worn by all established characters.

PLATFORM: PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC

Fall Guys (Nier Skin)

Players will soon be capable of taking on the ultimate knockout costumed as 2B from Nier Automata, according to a brief trailer.

RELEASE DATE: June 18, 2021
PLATFORM: PS4, Nintendo Switch, Android, PC, Xbox One, iOS, Xbox Series X|S

ID@Xbox Demo

Microsoft is introducing another ID@Xbox demo event next week, according to Keighley. The gorgeous Zelda-inspired Tunic, featuring a little fox adventurer, will be one of them. Lake, a cool post-worker story, and the breathtaking Sable, which got a small showcase with live entertainment from Japanese Breakfast during Summer Games Fest, are two other key points.

RELEASE DATE: June 15-21, 2021

Deviation Games

The team’s first project is shrouded in mystery, but the duo seemed ecstatic while speaking with Keighley on stage, and we do know that it’s being developed in collaboration with PlayStation. It’s unclear whether this means we’ll get another major PS5 exclusive!

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