The closer to E3, the list of participants increases, while the event dates change by a few days. See the latest E3 2021 announcements here.
Not long ago, the European Space Agency, which is in charge of organizing E3, refuted the rumors regarding some of the paid parts of the event. It has been confirmed that the event will be completely free of charge and more information will be revealed soon. The moment has come since the European Space Agency returned today with an announcement regarding the dates and some participants have confirmed their attendance in advance. As for the dates, the event was originally scheduled to take place from June 15-17. From now on it will be held From 12 to 15 June.
In terms of publishers, the participants who recently confirmed their existence are none other than Xbox and Nintendo, the big fish in the video game world. The list of participants is starting to grow in earnest which is nice to see, as some people think E3 is doomed to disappear. So this year we will find Xbox, Nintendo, Capcom, Ubisoft, Warner Bros Games, Take-Two Interactive, Konami and Koch Media. Other publishers and developers are expected to be added to the list soon, although it is already known that Sony will not. In fact, the company once again intends to hold its own PlayStation event independently for the third year in a row, setting it apart from its big rival Microsoft, which has chosen to join the E3 programming 2021.
ESA has also confirmed once again that the E3 will be completely virtual and free for everyone. The organizers said that ” Working with international partners to amplify the content and make it freely available to all Finally, the European Space Agency made it clear that the 2022 edition of E3 should return as a physical event, although attention is currently focused on the 2021 digital edition.
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