The Tokyo Game Show (TGS), the biggest event for Japanese games is set to take place tomorrow between September 30th through October 3rd, we’ll break down on how to watch the Japanese event.
With TGS being a digital event again, North Americans interested in watching the multi-day showcase can as the organizers are live streaming the whole event from Japan. In anticipation, the full schedule has already been released. The list of events features presentations from the big publishers including Konami, Capcom, Square Enix, Sega and even Xbox. These presentations will be hosted on streaming platforms like Facebook Live, Twitter, YouTube and Twitch.
All presentations are set to highlight upcoming titles including news about Forspoken, King of Fighters XV and Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin. The event might be hard to follow as all the time slot on the schedule takes place mostly while everyone on the eastern timezone is sleeping but if you’re a night owl you’re welcomed to follow along.
Down below is the full list of all the major presentations happening at TGS starting tomorrow through the weekend.
- TGS 2021 Online Opening: 9 p.m. Eastern on September 29
- SNK’s King of Fighters XV Special Program: 12 a.m. Eastern on September 30
- Xbox: 5 a.m. Eastern on September 30
- Konami: 6 a.m. Eastern on September 30
- Capcom: 9 a.m. Eastern on September 30
- 505 Games: 5 a.m. Eastern on October 1
- Square Enix: 3 a.m. Eastern on October 1
- Sega/Atlus: 9 a.m. Eastern on October 1
- Koei Tecmo: 7 a.m. Eastern on October 2
- Arc System Works: 12 a.m. Eastern on October 3
That’s just a taste of the full TGS schedule as there are much more events from publishers of all scales, media and other organizations. Tokyo Game Show Online 2021 is happening as a digital event from September 30th through October 3rd.