Tokyo Game Show 2021: the first conferences confirm the presence of Capcom, Microsoft and many others

First conferences announced for Tokyo Game Show 2021

We are now in September and like every year it is time for Tokyo Game Show. The Japanese event closes the season of major video game fairs that began with E3 in June and then with the just-concluded Gamescom at the end of August. The Tokyo Game Show 2021 will be held from September 30th to October 3rd, and recently the first conferences to be held at the Japanese fair were presented. Among the protagonists of the event could not miss the most famous Japanese companies such as Capcom and Square Enix, but also Microsoft has announced that it will hold a special event specifically for the Japanese fair.

Everything we know about the Tokyo Game Show 2021 conferences

The flagship conferences of the Tokyo Game Show 2021 at the moment are undoubtedly the one dedicated to Xbox, which will be held on September 30 and will last about 50 minutes, together with that of Capcom, which will take place on the same day and will also have the same duration of that Microsoft. Square Enix will also have a conference also on September 30, but has currently revealed that it will reveal more details on the time and duration later. Many expect to see at least Forspoken at this year’s Tokyo Game Show with perhaps a precise release date, while there is little hope of seeing Final Fantasy XVI, after producer Yoshida had revealed some time ago that he did not foresee the presence of the title at the Japanese fair.

Tokyo Game Show 2021: the first conferences confirm the presence of Capcom, Microsoft and many others

However, the companies present at the Tokyo Game Show 2021 will be many more. In addition to the three already mentioned, they have presence confirmed many other companies that will give livestream conferences, including: Konami, Koei Tecmo, D3 Publisher, 505 Games, Ubisoft, Arc System Works, MiHoYo, NCSoft and many more. Sega together with Atlus announced that they are preparing three days full of conferences broadcasted in streaming in the same period in which the TGS 2021 will be held, while nothing is yet known about Sony. The house of PlayStation this year has avoided the spotlight of any public event, with many rumors that they want a new State of Play full of news arriving by September. We just have to wait for good news, hoping that we will know something more very soon.

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