E3 2022 supposedly canceled completely
According to reports, the beloved Game Event E3 2022 was completely canceled. E3 has always been the center of great revelations of games and could be said that it is the most important time of the year for games enthusiasts. Unfortunately, it seems to be coming to an end. In 2020, the E3 was canceled due to the sudden appearance of the Virus Covid-19. In 2021, a slightly less exciting version of E3 was carried out online, but it was largely a shell of the high-energy event that fans know and love. At the beginning of 2022, it was confirmed that E3 would not carry out a face-to-face event that could be re-made online.
Unfortunately, it seems that the dream is dead. According to Will Powers, Razer's public relations leader, an email was sent confirming that E3 2022 was completely canceled. Despite the rumors of an online version of the event, Powers says there is no event at all. Instead, fans are likely to have to wait for the Summer Game Fest event from Geoff Keighley, which has served as a rival or replacement of E3 since 2020. We communicate with the ESA to confirm what Powers said, but we have not yet heard it. back. IGN has also verified email. that has been sent.
If what POWERS says is true, it is not clear if the E3 could return in 2023. Maybe the event knows that its strength lies in a presentation in person and would prefer to use their resources for that when it is the right time. In the same way, EA recently confirmed that your EA PLAY 2022 event is also canceled. It was also expected to be a digital event, used to show next year more or less of the editor games. The event was canceled because the giant of the games believed that it did not have enough significant content for its own program. Many still expect to see EA titles like Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 at other events.
What do you think of the cancellation of E3 2022? Do you expect to see the return of the event next year? Let me know in the comments below or contact me on Twitter @Cade_ONDER.