More than 50 Summer Game Fest 2024 partners announced, will include big name players like PlayStation, Xbox, Capcom, EA and more

A full list of Summer Game Fest partners has been released via X (formerly Twitter) and it’s filled with all kinds of heavy-hitters in the gaming industry.

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The full list of Summer Game Fest partners

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With Summer Game Fest going down next week, people have been wondering just who will be there and what new games will be announced. Gamers won’t have to wonder about that first part since the Summer Game Fest X (formerly Twitter) account listed a whole bunch of partners for the showcase, all of whom are big players in the gaming industry.

The partners for Summer Game Fest Round 1 are listed below:

  • 2K Games
  • Amazon Games
  • Amazing Season Games
  • Annapurna Interactive
  • Arc Games
  • Atari
  • Bandai Namco
  • Blumhouse Games
  • Bokeh Game Studio Inc.
  • Capcom
  • Day of the Devs
  • Deep Silver
  • Devolver Digital
  • Discord
  • Dolby
  • Electronic Arts
  • Embark Studios
  • Epic Games
  • Focus Entertainment
  • Funcom
  • HoYoverse
  • iam8bit Presents
  • Indie Angels
  • Innersloth
  • Jyamma Games
  • Level Infinite
  • Magic: The Gathering
  • Meta
  • NCSoft
  • NetEase Games
  • Netflix Games
  • Nexon
  • Niantic
  • Party Animals
  • Plaion
  • PlayStation
  • Pocketpair
  • Private Division
  • Razer
  • Riot Games
  • S-Game
  • Samsung
  • Sega
  • SNK
  • Steam
  • Sunblink
  • Supercell
  • Thunderful Games
  • TiMi Studio Group
  • Torn Banner
  • Ubisoft
  • Uncapped Games
  • WB Games
  • Xbox

Some unconfirmed theories on what may be shown

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Some of these partners haven’t revealed what games they plan on showing during Summer Game Fest, but previous announcements and/or rumors could tell us what could possibly be shown.

Recently, Amazon MGM and Crystal Dynamics announced that a Tomb Raider Amazon Prime series is being developed and Scott Amos (the Head of Studio at Crystal Dynamics) said that Amazon Games would help in expanding the Tomb Raider franchise. Rumors about the next Tomb Raider game say it will be an open-world affair set in India that will have “vast sceneries”, with Lara being able to use a motorcycle (and other traversal methods as well) to move across the map.

Bandai Namco has published Dragon Ball games and Dragon Ball: Sparking! Zero will be no different. Scans from V Jump magazine show that the new generation of Saiyan warriors (Goten, Kid Trunks, Gotenks, Kale, Caulifla, and Kefla) will be playable in the game and that the team battle mode (5v5 battle) from a previous Budokai Tenkaichi game may be included as well. Developer Spike Chunsoft may be showing the younger generation of warriors as well as the 5v5 game mode in action.

As for Capcom, there are rumors that a new Resident Evil game is on the way. Dusk Golem, an X user and reputable leaker, said that the game will be revealed “pretty soon.” They also mentioned that the game has been in development for seven years and that Resident Evil 9 may be released in January 2025. With the number of viewers tuning in to watch Summer Game Fest, that may be the ideal time to show/tease the newest entry in the series.

It’s been a while since a Dragon Age game was released (Dragon Age: Inquisition dropped back in 2014. Feel old yet?) and fans have been starved when it comes to more Dragon Age games. EA has announced that it will publish an owned IP title, with many believing that this could be Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. Bioware has also teased that it’s working on another entry in their sci-fi series Mass Effect. It wouldn’t be a big shock if Dreadwolf was featured during the showcase, though if more information on the next Mass Effect game was given as well, I’m sure plenty of people would be happy with that.

Focus Entertainment will be publishing Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine 2 and recently, the game’s artbook showed that multiplayer would be included in the full release. Multiplayer will include both PVP and PVE game modes and a base area where you upgrade your character and pick which missions to go on. Focus Entertainment and developer Saber Interactive could show off Space Marine 2’s multiplayer gameplay during the showcase.

Batman: Arkham Shadow will be a new VR game starring Bruce Wayne that’s exclusive to the Meta Quest 3. WB Games will be the publisher, just like with the previous Arkham entries, so the inclusion of both companies makes sense, and footage of the game may be on the horizon.

There was also a Wonder Woman game that was teased way back in the 2021 Game Awards. This game is being made by the same developer of the Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor and Shadow of War games, Monolith Productions, and will even feature the Nemesis System from those games. It’d be nice if we had more to watch than just that old teaser.

NetEase Games is the developer behind Marvel Rivals (it’s basically OverWatch but with Marvel characters) so more information regarding their game might be shared with the public. Speaking of Marvel, Insomniac Games have been slaving away at a Wolverine game that was announced back in 2021. It’s been nearly three years since that announcement and in that time, footage of the game has been leaked. It’s possible that the Sony-owned developer may show their work during Summer Game Fest.

Palworld developer Pocketpair is also going to make an appearance. They’ve previously released a trailer showing off new Pals that were being added to the game, so they may also use the showcase to reveal anything else they may have in the works for their “Pokémon with guns” game.

Sega’s inclusion could mean we get to see some footage of Sonic X Shadow Generations, a remaster of Sonic Generations, but with the inclusion of new stages where you play as Shadow the Hedgehog and see what he was up to during the main story. We might also get to see more of Sonic Rumble, a recently announced Sonic battle royale involving 32 players.

Ubisoft recently uploaded the premiere trailer for Assassin’s Creed Shadows. No gameplay was featured in that trailer, but since Summer Game Fest and their own Ubisoft Forward showcase are happening in the same month, it wouldn’t be a surprise if they gave the gaming public some footage for their eyes to feast on.

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Xbox will also be having its own showcase on June 9. They’ll likely be unveiling what their studios (the ones they didn’t shut down, that is) have been working on. Tom Warren of The Verge and Eurogamer believe that a new Doom game may be on the way, with Eurogamer previously reporting that a trademark called “IDKFA” (a Doom cheat code) was filed by Bethesda. This could be Doom: Year Zero, which was leaked back in 2023, when the Federal Trade Commission tried to prevent Microsoft from acquiring Activision Blizzard. However, this list is from 2020, and in that time, plans may have changed.

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