Tokyo Games Show 2020 schedule online Nintendo Switch games tokyo-game-show-2020-is-cancelled

It’s September already, and that means that Tokyo Game Show 2020 is upon us. Of course, like most things this year, 2020’s event will be online only, made up of plenty of livestreamed content. Sadly, Nintendo is once again absent, but there will be plenty of Nintendo Switch goodness on show by various third-party publishers. Tokyo Game Show has revealed the full streaming schedule for 2020, including showcases from Capcom, Square Enix, Sega, Bandai Namco, Konami, and more.

The event takes place over four days, from Sept. 24 to 27 in Japan. Content comes from a bunch of games and tech companies, with Microsoft Japan opening the show at 8 p.m. JST on Sept. 24. The table below conveniently shows every company and the time its showcase will go live.

Tokyo Game Show 2020

There are some pretty big names on the schedule, and we hope to see some big announcements. Here’s a quick list of Switch-centric companies and what times each company will be live, via Gematsu. All times are in Japan Standard Time:

  • Square Enix – September 24 at 10pm
  • Sega/Atlus September 25 at 8pm – “Check out Sega / Atlus’ lineup featuring existing and upcoming titles releasing this fall. Don’t miss the special Sega 60th anniversary event and other live stream broadcasts featuring various guest personalities as we bring you the latest information, including an overview of our Tokyo Game Show exhibit!”
  • GungHo Online Entertainment – September 25 at 9pm
  • Capcom – September 25 at 10pm – ” Watch out for the Capcom Special Program, to be live streamed as part of TGS 2020 Online! Reveals and latest game updates are planned for titles such as Resident Evil Village and more!”
  • D3 – September 26 at 11am – “Introduce “Earth Defense Force: World Brothers” in the program.”
  • Level-5 – September 26 at 3pm
  • Konami – September 26 at 8pm
  • Koei Tecmo Games – September 26 at 9pm – “First half: The first live stream for Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy, , the first game in the Atelier series where the main character continues her journey! Second half: To be announced at a later date.”
  • Tencent Games – September 26 at midnight
  • Koei Tecmo Games: Dynasty WarriorsSeptember 27 at 3pm – “Conversations reflecting on the series’ trajectory, special plans to celebrate this milestone, the announcement of two new Dynasty Warriors series titles, and more!”
  • Konami: Momotaro Dentetsu – September 27 at 4pm – “A special show featuring the latest Momotaro Dentetsu game, Momotaro Dentetsu: Showa Heisei Reiwa mo Teiban!”
  • Bandai Namco – September 27 at 5pm

There’s also a selection of tech company showcases, as shown in the schedule image. Check Gematsu for additional details.

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