Nintendo: E3 Wasn't Complicated With Our Event Plans
Nintendo considers that E3 2023 does not correspond to the schedule of events that will be held by it.
Nintendo announced that it would not participate in this year's E3 because it didn't fit into those expectations.
Nintendo has said that it remains a strong supporter of E3 and its organizer, the Electronic Software Association (ESA), despite not being able to participate in this year's event.
Geoff Keighley, the founder of The Game Awards and Summer Game Fest, took to Twitter to share this information under the hashtag “Let's (Not) Go”. The phrase is familiar to Mario fans, and GameRant considered this to be an overreaction to E3.
Microsoft has agreed to include Call of Duty into Nintendo consoles, as per this article.
What will be the price of E3 in 2023?
Since the COVID-19 epidemic, E3 has had a hard time. The event was canceled twice, in 2020 and 2022. E3 2021 ended up being a virtual event that was criticized by fans. The Summer Game Fest, its most difficult competitor, will be held next June 8.
There is a possibility that other developers will not be able to participate in this year's E3 this year. For example, Xbox might hold its own event in Los Angeles, but not at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
If the event goes ahead as planned, Ubisoft has announced that it will participate in the event. Konami is said to be showing the latest Castlevania game as well as the remake of Metal Gear Solid 3 at the event.
E3 and the Summer Game Fest will meet for the first time in 2023, when live events are held rather than just virtual ones. This was a time when E3's reputation was at risk. Will this year's E3 survive the Summer Game Fest's assault?
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