It’s looking like the upcoming Summer Game Fest, helmed once again by Geoff Keighly, will be spanning a shorter amount of time this year. With a new color scheme announced via Twitter yesterday, Geoff has been responding to questions and comments regarding the length of the event, which ran for four months last summer in an effort to organize the season’s news with the cancellation of E3 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Geoff is now repeatedly assuring fans that Summer Game Fest 2021 will be “more condensed” and even remarked that it would be “less than 1 month” in the tweet below:

 

 

A shorter Summer Games Fest is likely to be received well by many, as one of the main complaints about last year’s event was having so many announcements spread out over a long period of time.

 

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