Summer Game Fest has revealed its long list of partners that will appear at events over the course of June, and there are some pretty big names with projects to show off. The biggest names there are undoubtedly Xbox and PlayStation, although PlayStation's inclusion may be referring to Thursday's State of Play showcase which was recently revealed to be part of Summer Game Fest.
Apart from those two, other big-name publishers that are set to have some kind of presence include the likes of EA, Capcom, Square Enix, 2K, Sega, Atlus, Bandai Namco, and Warner Bros. You can see the full list of partners that have been confirmed so far below, as the partners reveal also promises more announcements later down the line.
There's also a couple of smaller developers mentioned that have some pretty big titles in the works. One of these is Bloober Team, a developer recently suggested to be behind projects such as the rumored Silent Hill 2 Remake as well as possibly a sequel and episodic title.
There's also the chance we could see the announcement of Death Stranding 2, which was practically confirmed to be in the works by actor Norman Reedus earlier this month. There's also the more recent picture between Hideo Kojima and Summer Game Fest creator Geoff Keighley to add to the speculation, and considering Keighley actually had a cameo in the first Death Stranding, Summer Game Fest would be a likely destination for an announcement.
Other than that, some more big titles that are likely to make an appearance include Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – which was announced by EA last week – and Sonic Frontiers, which just got its first gameplay trailer, as the game looks to be a pretty big departure from past Sonic titles. Whatever may be announced, June is shaping up to be a pretty big month for video games.
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