The E3 games and entertainment fair in Los Angeles should be able to make a comeback in 2023. After a hail of large publishers, the fair itself is in jeopardy.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3 for short, has had a rocky start. After many years as the most important games fair, the concept stuttered, and Corona gave the fair the coup de grace. In 2020 and 2022 the fair was completely canceled due to the epidemic, in 2021 it was only presented in digital form. This year, the trade fair wanted to do again, but that is now in question.
Many well-known publishers, including Microsoft, Nintendo, and most recently Ubisoft, have canceled their participation – Sony has also claimed that the Playstation manufacturer is not interested in participating. Of course, several driving forces would be eliminated with all three console manufacturers and one major publisher.
Andy Robinson, the editor at VGC, claims to have heard unfavorable reports from around the fair advocating for E3's cancellation, but unsurprisingly, I don't hear anything good. I wouldn't be surprised if it were canceled this week, but I hope that's not the case.
ReedPop is yet to make a decision on whether or not to slap money on its nose at the restart. EGX, New York Comic Con, and PAX East are all well-known for the organizer, who had only assumed responsibility for E3 from ESA.
Whatever happens at E3 or not, June will be filled with gaming events that have mostly ceased since the epidemic. To be more precise, Microsoft has already announced a showcase. There should also be a game that revolves entirely around Starfield in June.
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