E3 is an annual gaming convention, this year taking place from June 14-16 in Los Angeles. The show is a gathering of everyone across the gaming industry, including developers, retailers, manufacturers, analysts and media. What's notable this year isn't who is going to be at the show, but rather who isn't. EA, Activision, Disney Interactive and Wargaming have all stated that they won't have their own exhibits on the show floor.
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It's a Date A Starfield Developer_Direct was just confirmed, and it turns out that Microsoft is returning to E3 at the same time with the Xbox Games Showcase.
E3 2023 is officially coming back, as the ESA is partnering with ReedPop to focus on an in-person event for the first time in three years.
E3 2022 is reportedly canceled, with the ESA failing to put together an online event months after confirming that no in-person event would be held.
E3 2022, like the two prior E3 events, will be an online-only function, due to growing concerns over the spread of the Omicron variant.
At E3 2019, I went hands-on with Project xCloud, Microsoft's upcoming game streaming service. And I feel like I've glimpsed the future.
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