Tokyo Game Show is likely to be the next big gaming event, as attendees including Microsoft, Capcom, Square Enix and plenty more prepare to show games coming this year, and the future.
Here's everything you need to know about the event, including when it is, who's there, and what we could see.
When Is Tokyo Game Show?
This year, Tokyo Game Show (or TGS) will take place on Thursday, September 24, and run until Sunday, September 27.
Many publishers will be hosting their own live streams, but you can find the event stream here.
According to a TGS timetable, Microsoft will offer an "Xbox Tokyo Game Show Showcase 2020" event on September 24, 11 AM BST.
Given that the Xbox Series S is all but confirmed, and the console is due to launch in just a few months time, now would be a great time to hit us with the price.
As shared by Roberto Serrano on Twitter, Square Enix will be sharing all kinds of info, including Dragon Quest, Final Fantasy XIV Online, and the recently revealed Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory and Balan Wonderworld.
The publisher will take to the stage on September 24 at 2 PM BST.
CD Projekt RED
Cyberpunk 2077 will be at the event, with the futuristic RPG expected on September 25 at 6 AM BST.
Expect plenty more Bandai Namco published titles, too.
Capcom has confirmed two games for the show, although we'd argue one is much more exciting than the other.
Street Fighter V: Champion Edition will be shown off on September 26, while the much more tantalising Resident Evil Village is to be shown on September 27.
You can find the full list of confirmed attendees here.