The Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, is coming back as a physical event in Los Angeles next June with some major changes to the format.
The Electronic Software Association announced yesterday that the near-annual video games expo, the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) will definitely return in 2023. This news comes after 2022's events were all canceled earlier this year.
The Electronic Software Association (ESA) has officially unveiled its schedule for its upcoming digital Electronic Entertainment Expo, which starts officially on June 12th. The schedule, which is posted online, also came with the details on how fans who want to experience the festival beyond just the normal publicly available streams, can register.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo is returning in 2021, as confirmed by its organizer The Entertainment Software Association, however this time it's going to be an all-digital affair. This is after speculation and reports indicated it was shifting to an in-person event.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3 as it's also known, has been one of the major events that headline each year on the video game calendar. However, amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, questions circulated as to whether the event, which was canceled last year, would reappear in 2021.