Deep Silver and Ravenscourt parent company Koch Media has thrown its hat in the E3 ring and will be hosting a games showcase this June. The event was revealed through Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest. It will be presented as a livestream on Friday, June 11 at 12:00 p.m. PT/3:00 p.m. ET.
There’s a website dedicated to the upcoming event but unfortunately offers no details. Koch Media has a rich catalog of games under its Deep Silver publishing label, including the Saints Row and Metro franchise.
A remaster of Saints Row: The Third released earlier this month for Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5. Those who already owned the remaster on Xbox One and PS4 could upgrade for free and experience the 60 FPS framerate boost and 4K resolution.
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It’s believed that the next game in the Saints Row franchise is currently in development, and it’s quite possible we could get our first look at it during this game. Saints Row 4 was the last mainline entry in the series, and was released eight years ago so we’re definitely due for a new one.
The Metro franchise also belongs to Deep Silver and developer 4A Games previously confirmed that a new Metro game is in development.
In addition to these well-established franchises, Deep Silver also has Dead Island. The post-apocalyptic survival action game made quite an impression when it released in 2011 and seemingly set the stage for what would become the publisher’s next big franchise. Dead Island 2 was announced all the way back in 2014, but it’s been seven years and we still haven’t seen anything from it besides that really intriguing trailer.
Will that change next month?
Koch Primetime is a welcomed addition to the E3 lineup especially since we’re losing the Bethesda showcase. Typically, Bethesda hosts its E3 event, but this year — since being acquired by Microsoft — they will be joining the Xbox Games Showcase. As someone who loves the individual showcases, I’m thrilled that Koch Primetime will step up and offer us a look at their catalog of upcoming games.