It won’t have escaped you: due to a nasty crowned virus (some would say “royal attack”), E3 2021 will be completely kept at a safe distance, despite the entire industry’s fingers crossed to be at the forefront. ‘t 2022 (not me, NDTraz), in the scorching heat of Los Angeles. And yet the plans could change again.
see also: Summer Game Fest: Follow the rele ase this Thursday, June 10th, 8:00 p.m.
Our colleagues from Games industry spoke extensively with the President of the Electronic Software Association (ESA) Stanley Pierre-Louis. The regrouping of all actors in the medium will have to make a strong comeback, because the 2020 edition just didn’t happen, so events had to multiply to fill the void.
One for all or all for one?
Despite the fact that a somewhat special year is being held, the E3 2021 will not be able to achieve unanimity as in the past, as further online presentations will take place before the official kick-off, starting with Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest, which starts at 8 p.m. tonight..
The challenges will therefore be numerous, hoping to find a certain form of hegemony, which Pierre-Louis confirms:
I think this gives us a real opportunity to learn and see what we can apply to future events that will likely be a mix of physics and numerics. But that is a point that has yet to be clarified.
The future of the California show therefore promises to be full of uncertainties, and we have plenty of time to take stock of the sweeping announcements after this tornado.
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