Introducing The Calendar

A guide to navigating our all-new games industry calendar

Introducing The Terminals Calendar is here to help you “save the date” with our all-new games industry calendar.
It was created to help gamers from all walks of life have a centralized tool to keep track of not only the games launching on but also everywhere else, from AAA titles to your favorite indie gems!

We update the calendar every Monday, ensuring things are always up to date. We’ve also included a Legend at the bottom of the page to help you navigate between regular upcoming titles, early access releases, featured games on, holidays, and industry events.

We’ve also ensured that once something on the calendar catches your eye, it’s extremely easy to find out more about it. When you select Learn More on a Game Launch or Early Access title then you’ll be sent to its Steam store page for more information (or if it’s not on Steam, we’ll send you to the next best page we could find for it). For Events, hitting Learn More will take you to the main page for those shows so you can find further details.

And of course for any titles Available on Terminals, by clicking Learn More you're able to head straight to their Terminals game page so you can add it to your watch list, request a key, read news about the title, download media assets, or contact the PR person for that title.

You’re also able to add anything listed on the Calendar directly to your Google Calendar by clicking the Add to my Calendar button.

We’ve put a lot of work into getting this put together and we’re so excited to let you jump in! If you’re a content creator or a member of the media, it’s a great way to help plan out your content calendar. If you’re a developer, publisher, or work in PR, it’s the perfect tool to help you narrow down the best day to send out news or release your title. Above all else though, it’s simply a fantastic way to see what’s coming up and find some really cool games that deserve your attention.

Published May, 06 2022
Last updated May, 06 2022
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