E3 2023 may be canceled but that isn't stopping many of the major game publishers from holding some big live gaming streaming events that will reveal some major games coming in the next year.
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The big gaming live stream event will also feature Sony Playstation, Activision, EA, Ubisoft, and lots of other major game publishers and developers showing off some major unannounced projects.
After announcing that it will not be participating in the popular gaming event E3, Nintendo has introduced its very own in-person event for US residents that is scheduled to September this year.
With E3 2023 canceled, and hopes for a 2024 edition very low, I decided to look back at my memories of attending various E3 events over the years, starting way back in 1997 in Atlanta.
The 2023 edition of the E3 video game trade show will not be held, because it did not "garner the sustained interest" that was expected, according to the Entertainment Software Association
Sega and Tencent are the latest major game publishers who have stated they won't be exhibiting at E3 2023, and other companies are reportedly skipping the annual video game trade show as well.
E3 2023 has lost another major publisher, with Ubisoft also pulling out of the event. The company had previously confirmed it will be attending the trade show, but is now pursuing a solo showcase.
Microsoft will not have a physical exhibit on the E3 2023 show floor in Los Angeles in June. Its upcoming Xbox Games Showcase will be co-streamed by E3 organizers as part of E3 2023 Digital Week.
Nintendo said that the 2023 edition of the E3 video game trade show "didn't fit into our plans". So far, there's still no word on the participation of Microsoft or Sony for E3 2023.
E3 2023 may have to do without all three game console companies on its show floor. A new report claims Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo will not attend the video game trade show slated for June 13-16.
After missing out 2022, the popular gaming expo E3 will be going back to its original schedule starting next year, the parent company Entertainment Software Association has confirmed.