E3 2021 Will Be All-Digital Owing to COVID-19, Regular Physical Event Scheduled for 2022


E3 2021 will likely be held from June 12 to June 15. The organisers, Entertainment Software Association (ESA), has introduced that it’s going to conduct the gaming expo on-line for this yr’s version. The confirmed builders’ lineup consists of Capcom, Konami, Nintendo, Take-Two Interactive, Ubisoft, Warner Bros. Games, and Xbox. Notably, Sony hasn’t introduced its participation but for this yr’s occasion. Last yr, ESA had fully cancelled E3 due to the coronavirus pandemic however had introduced that E3 2021 will likely be a “reimagined” occasion.

Through a blog post, ESA introduced that it is going to be working with media companions globally to make the occasion free-for-everyone. Developers will likely be showcasing new video games and their information immediately to shoppers by means of E3 2021. “We are evolving this year’s E3 into a more inclusive event, but will still look to excite the fans with major reveals and insider opportunities that make this event the indispensable centre stage for video games,” mentioned ESA President and CEO Stanley Pierre-Louis.

Since E3 2020 was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, this yr’s E3 will likely be an all-digital occasion. The organiser claims that they’re working to resume the bodily model of the expo in 2022.

With the absence of E3 in 2020, Canadian journalist Geoff Keighley together with numerous online game builders organised the Summer Games Fest. It partnered with the likes of Bethesda, Blizzard Entertainment, CD Projekt Red, Electronic Arts, Microsoft, Riot, Sony, and Square Enix to deliver a digital gaming expo for everybody. Keighley organised the occasion within the full or partial absence of different main gaming expos like E3, Gamescom, GDC, and SXSW. The Summer Games Fest will likely be returning in June 2021.

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