The cancellation of E3 2022 is likely to disappoint gamers

2022-06-13 0 By

The Electronic Entertainment Expo, also known as E3, will be canceled again this year.E3 will not take place in June, organisers have confirmed.As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to reverberate around the world, this year’s E3 has cancelled not only its offline event schedule, but even its form of online virtualization.Every year, E3 is a carnival for game players around the world. The world’s biggest game companies and well-known independent game studios choose to announce new news, release new games, show off details of their games in development, or release some hands-on videos to make players more excited.But the cancellation of THIS year’s E3 is bound to be another blow to gamers’ enthusiasm, as the pandemic has changed every aspect of people’s lives, including gaming and electronic entertainment.The E3 Electronic Entertainment expo will return in 2023, according to a statement from the Entertainment Software Association, the organizer of E3.”E3 will return in 2023 with a revitalized showcase that celebrates new and exciting video games and industry innovation.””Whether viewed from the showroom or your favorite device, the 2023 showcase will bring community, media and industry back together in a whole new format and interactive experience.”Despite the cancellation of E3 2022, gamers aren’t out of luck.Game publishers are increasingly pulling out of E3 and hosting their own online events, such as Nintendo’s Direct showcase, EA Play Live and SONY’s State of Play.In June there will be a video presentation of the game, both live and previously recorded videos from publishers and developers showing off their upcoming games.The Summer Games Festival will also continue, with officials promising to showcase some of the biggest games coming up.Last year’s E3 online event saw Metroid Dread(Mitrod:Fear of Survival) and new footage for The upcoming Elden Ring(Elden Ring) and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild 2(Breath of The Wild 2).Elden Circle is now available, while Breath of the Wild 2 has been delayed until spring 2023.It’s worth noting that THE cancellation of E3 was reported earlier by IGN and now confirmed.