Portal Video Games Chronicle (VGC), citing Ubisoft's statement, said the French publisher and developer will still miss the upcoming Electronic Entertainment Expo 2023 (E3 2023).
In mid-February, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot talked about his company's participation in E3 2023, literally: "If E3 occurs, we'll appear there, and we'll have something to demonstrate."
Ubisoft announced that it would "move in a different direction" and instead of participating in E3 2023, would host its own Ubisoft Forward Live show on June 12 in Los Angeles. Event details will be announced soon.
Ubisoft has a lot to show off. Three major releases are planned for the coming year (Assassin's Creed Mirage, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, and Skull and Bones), none of which have yet to be released.
E3 2023 will run from June 13 to 16, with partner digital previews starting on the 11th. Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo have also declined to participate, but organizers assure that other "biggest companies in the industry" will be interested.
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