The E3 2022 digital event was initially canceled to serve as an alternative to the in-person show.
Will Powers, head of public relations at PC giant Razer, broke the news Twitter, citing an email confirming “E3 Digital has officially been canceled for 2022.” Razer would reasonably be on the mailing list for this type of news, and while the official E3 and ESA accounts haven’t made an official announcement yet, many industry insiders have endorsed the claim that the digital E3 2022 is dead.
We have reached out to the ESA to confirm, but when contacted by phone, an ESA employee said that no one was available to talk about it at this time. They did not deny in particular the cancellation of the event.
E3 2020 has been canceled entirely, while E3 2021 has held up as an online-only show. This was previously confirmed by the European Space Agency You will not hold a personal exhibition This year, citing health risks associated with mass gatherings amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. While initial reports indicated it was pursuing digital options as it did last year, follow-up data indicated that the association’s plans are still up in the air. If today’s reports are accurate, we can safely assume that these plans were never solidified.
With E3 2022 looking completely off the table, we can expect another scattered set of singles from publishers and platform owners throughout the year, and especially in the summer. It is said that the Xbox Preparing to show it at E3, for one. However, we can cross one off the list: the show next to E3 EA Play Live won’t happen this yearthe publisher confirmed earlier this month.
E3 or not E3, New games for 2022 And beyond it continues to flow.
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