Future Games Show 2024: Everything You Need to Know

The Future Games Show Spring Showcase will return on Thursday, March 21, 2024, featuring over 40 exciting games across PS5, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Our first show of the year will feature a mobile and handheld gaming spotlight as well as a brand new creator-hosted FGS Post Show featuring exclusive interviews with developers.

Read on to learn more about the Future Games Show, including recaps of previous broadcasts and details on how you can take part.

How to watch

Watch the Future Games Show Spring Showcase

FGS Spring Showcase 2024

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You can watch the Future Games Show Spring Showcase on March 21, 2024 by subscribing to FGS's YouTube channel, GamesRadar's Twitch channel, our Facebook page,  Twitter, and the website, GamesRadar.com

You can also watch a selection of translated (via captions) feeds in Chinese, Korean, Japanese, French, German, Spanish and English, and we'll add those links here in due course. We'll also add feeds for ASL and BSL translation which will be found on the FGS YouTube page on the Live tab.

How to co-stream the Future Games Show

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We're thrilled to welcome new streamers and creators to our FGS Co-Streamer program and all you need to do is sign up via the short form below. We give all partners an exclusive asset pack, and the occasional bonus, including game codes subject to the titles in each show.

Future Games Show 2023

Catch up on the Future Games Show @Gamescom 2023

The Future Games Show at Gamescom took place on Aug 23, 2023, featuring over 40 games on PS5, Xbox, Switch and PC. The 70-minute+ broadcast featured exciting world premieres, the return of our VR Showcase, and a Ones to Play section dedicated to games with playable demos.

You can catch up on all the reveals via the YouTube link above and here's a recap of everything announced at the Future Games Show @Gamescom 2023.

The Future Games Show at Gamescom was hosted by Troy Baker (Joel, The Last of Us) and Erika Ishii (Valkyrie, Apex Legends). The show included eight world premieres and over 40 titles from a range of talented publishers, including Raw Fury, Thunderful Games, Frontier Developments, and many more.

Catch up on the Future Games Show: Summer Showcase 2023

You can watch a replay of the Future Games Show Summer Showcase via the YouTube link above. It was broadcast live on June 10, 2023 and was hosted by Yuri Lowenthal and Laura Bailey (Peter Parker and Mary-Jane Watson from Marvel’s Spider-Man).


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The show delivered delivered over an hour of updates, release dates, and reveals for a selection of exciting upcoming games, including 11 world premieres. You can see everything announced at the Future Games Show Summer Showcase Powered by Intel here

Catch up on the Future Games Show: Spring Showcase 2023

Our first broadcast of 2023 took place on March 23. The Future Games Show Spring Showcase powered by Turtle Beach Stealth Pro was hosted by the stars of Final Fantasy VII Remake and debuted new trailers from over 45 games, which can be viewed on the new FGS YouTube channel.

The event reached over 6.5 million global viewers, with our biggest ever network of co-streamers, including Nick&Cam on our new platform TikTok.

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Cody Christian and Briana White hosted the FGS: Spring Showcase on March 23. (Image credit: Future)

The Future Games Show is GamesRadar's flagship gaming showcase and is rapidly building a reputation as one of the best ways to discover new games on PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and PC, with over 400 games featured across nine shows.

You can see everything announced in the Future Games Show Spring Showcase powered by the Turtle Beach Stealth Pro here.

Take Part

How to take part in the Future Games Show

Immortality, the third game from Sam Barlow

Sam Barlow's multiple award-winning interactive trilogy Immortality made its debut in the FGS E3 2021 event (Image credit: Sam Barlow / Half Mermaid)

Working on an exciting new game? Join a roster of exciting titles that debuted in the Future Games Show, including Immortality, En Garde,, The Case of The Golden Idol, Dustborn,, LEGO Bricktales and many more.

If you're interested in being part of the show, you can fill out our updated FGS Game Nomination form or contact the FGS team directly via email:

Please note, there is still - just about - time to nominate your game for inclusion in the FGS @Gamescom event on . Share your nominations by Feb 9.

For editorial inquiries:
James Jarvis, Executive Producer (james.jarvis@futurenet.com)
Ben Malley, Producer (ben.malley@futurenet.com)

For sponsorship Inquiries:
Kevin Stoddart, Commercial Lead (UK) kevin.stoddart@futurenet.com

No title is too big – or too small – to take part: we're looking for cool, interesting games that will delight our audience.

Simply get in touch via our nomination form or through the email contacts above to be in consideration for our upcoming roster of digital showcase events.

Steam Page

Future Games Show Steam page

Future Games Show Steam

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You can check out all the games from each Future Games Show broadcast by visiting our Future Games Show Steam sale page which is updated after each event.

Developers and partners can get in touch via the contact addresses above to discuss how you can appear in the Future Games Show and on the event's Steam page.

What is the Future Games Show?

A brief history of the Future Games Show

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The Future Games Show has reached over 350 million viewers since its debut in June 2020 with a mission to celebrate the most exciting, unusual and innovative upcoming games across all formats.

With previous show partners including Warner Bros. Entertainment, Team17, Koch Media, Konami, Sega and many, many more, you can expect diverse game genres - from puzzlers, to shooters, and beaver-led post-apocalyptic strategy games - with a focus on new gameplay footage and fresh developer insight.

The Future Games Show runs three shows a year, the Spring Showcase in March, a summer showcase event in June, and a Gamescom show in August.

2024 is shaping up as our most ambitious - and potentially surprising - year yet, with some tweaks to the show format, perhaps a new section or two, and lots more to reveal as we head nearer the summer.

We can't wait to partner with even more publishers and developers to share their exciting new games with the Future Games Show audience. 

Here's everything you need to know about the Future Games Show so far, including previous hosts, contact details for how to pitch and appear in the show, plus more on how how to wishlist and play games from our event, via the Future Games Show Steam page.

Future Games Show: Game Announcements Recap

If you want to dig into all of the reveals across the history of the Future Games Show, you can check out a list of our ‘everything announced’ articles below:

What is the Future Games Show?

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GamesRadar Presents: Future Games Show (FGS) is our premier digital showcase event, which debuted in June 2020 at E3, originally hosted by Nolan North and Emily Rose from the Uncharted series. Our truly multiformat showcase has now debuted its ninth event - spanning PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC and mobile platforms - focusing on the most exciting, quirky and original games of 2022 and beyond.

The Future Games Show's mission is to help fans discover something new with our carefully curated selection of games. We focus on bringing you gameplay clips, developer walkthroughs, and world premieres. The Future Games Spring Showcase 2022 featured a Virtual Show Floor exhibition, containing games that will have playable Steam demos available right after the event. Also returning was the 'Ones to Watch' montage of exciting upcoming games and quirky indies.

Future Games Show previous hosts

Christopher Judge and Danielle Bisutti

Christopher Judge and Danielle Bisutti from God of War hosted the Future Games Show at Gamescom 2022 (Image credit: Future Games Show)

The God of War stars Christopher Judge and Danielle Bisutti, aka Kratos and Freya, hosted the Future Games Show Powered by Mana on Wednesday, Aug 24.

The Future Games Show in June 2022 was hosted by Denise Gough and Doug Cockle from The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Our Spring Showcase event was broadcast in March 2022 and hosted by Ashly Burch (Aloy, Horizon Zero Dawn and Tina, Tiny Tina's Wonderlands) and John MacMillan (Varl, Horizon Zero Dawn).

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The FGS at Gamescom Powered by AMD in August 2021 was hosted by the stars of Resident Evil Village (Image credit: Future)

In our Gamescom 2020 event, the hosts were the iconic pairing David Hayter and Debi Mae West, who voiced Solid Snake and Meryl Silverburgh respectively. 

David Hayter, Solid Snake from Metal Gear Solid, hosted the Future Games Show at Gamescom 2020.

David Hayter, Solid Snake from Metal Gear Solid, hosted the Future Games Show at Gamescom 2020. (Image credit: Konami)

Hayter told GamesRadar: "Games… have changed. They’re no longer 8-bit side-scrollers, played under synthesized, electric-piano theme songs, but massive worlds of fantasy into which players can escape and explore for months at a time. In this era of the Foxdie Virus, we need these games more than ever. Which is why I’m teaming with my favourite former rookie, Meryl Silverburgh, to host the next episode of the Future Games Show. So grab your cardboard box, put on your stealth camo, and make sure that safety’s off… It’s showtime."

Debi Mae West, Meryl Silverburgh from Metal Gear Solid, co-hosted our Gamescom 2020 show with David Hayter.

Debi Mae West, Meryl Silverburgh from Metal Gear Solid, co-hosted our Gamescom 2020 show with David Hayter. (Image credit: Konami)

GamesRadar will bring you all the news and videos from the Future Games Show as the next-generation consoles enter their second wave of exciting new titles.

Dan Dawkins

FGS Content Director. Former GamesRadar+ EIC, GTAVoclock host, and PSM3 editor; with - *counts on fingers and toes* - 20 years editorial experience. Loves: spreadsheets, Hideo Kojima and GTA. 

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