GamesRadar+ has announced The Future Games Show (Powered by Mana) will be co-hosted by Doug Cockle and Denise Gough. The two are the voice actors who portrayed Geralt of Rivia and Yennefer of Vengerberg in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
The inclusion of the voice acting duo from The Witcher’s latest 2015 entry in The Future Games Show follows a list of fellow video game voice actors who have hosted the showcase in past years. Previous The Future Games Show hosts include Nolan North and Emily Rose from the Uncharted series, David Hayter and Debi Mae West from Metal Gear Solid, and Troy Baker and Laura Bailey from The Last of Us Part II.
“The Future Games Show is the place to come if you want to find out what to play this year. Denise and I will take you on a journey through a hand-picked selection of the most interesting titles chosen by our friends at GamesRadar. Don’t miss it,” Geralt voice actor, Doug Cockle said in a statement.
“I’m thrilled to be presenting The Future Games Show with my co-host and friend Doug Cockle. Join us on June 11th for a look at some of the amazing new games coming out this year. We look forward to telling you more on the night!” Yennefer voice actor, Denise Gough said in a statement.
How to watch GamesRader+, The Future Games Show:
The GamesRadar+ showcase is scheduled for next Saturday on June 11th and will feature around 40 games set to release on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Nintendo Switch. Fans anticipating the show can expect seven world premieres and 28 exclusive trailers from publishers like Team17, Thunderful, and Amanita Design. The Future Games Show hosted three shows in 2021 which accumulated over 120 million views, the upcoming showcase is only the second show of the year with a third set for Gamescom.
The Future Games Show is scheduled to stream on Saturday, June 11th at 3 p.m. EDT on Twitch, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and GamesRadar. The next day following the broadcast the showcase’s sister show, the PC Gaming Show, will stream the following day on Sunday, June 12th which is set to showcase “more incredible titles.”