Today, the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) announced that E3 would be descending on Los Angeles starting June 12. The show will be mainly for industry folk and press but will also be open to the public for the second year in a row.
Last year, E3 announced that it would be selling tickets to the event for the first time, giving eager fans the chance to experience one of the year's largest gaming events. This year will be no different, with the tickets going on sale starting on February 12. The passes will be good for all three days of the event and the first 1,000 will be sold at a discounted price of $149. Those that aren't able to squeeze into the first 1,000 allocated tickets will be looking at paying $249. Both tickets, no matter the price, will give attendees access to all three days.
If you are interested, you will have to be quick. As the first 1,000 tickets sold out pretty quick last year from recollection. For more details, be sure to head to the link below. If you don't manage to scoop up tickets or aren't local enough to attend the event, you can simply stay tuned on Neowin as we will be doing our best once again to provide the most coverage we can.
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