According to the IGN website, industry players including Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony will not be participating in this year’s E3 2023 exhibition.
Although the Entertainment Software Association of America (ESA) recently confirmed that it will hold E3 exhibition activities from June 13 to 16, 2023, and open to the public to visit from June 15 to 16, it is clear that it cannot attract Microsoft , Nintendo and Sony returned to exhibit in the industry.
In fact, Sony has announced its withdrawal from the exhibition since 2019, and Microsoft recently revealed that it will hold its own events during E3 2023. As for Nintendo, it may tend to attract gamers to pay attention to its new game developments by holding long – season online release events.
Under the impact of the epidemic in recent years, many exhibition activities have gradually moved to online formats, and E3 exhibition activities have also faced many impacts. Even in the past, exhibitors preferred regularly held their own presentations, which led to the suspension of exhibition activities, making American entertainment software The society must conceive a transformation method to attract more people to participate again through different exhibition presentation methods.
Currently, in the plan of the American Entertainment Software Association, in addition to confirming the cooperation with ReedPop, the organizer of the PAX game exhibition event, the E3 exhibition event expected to be launched next year will be extended to 4 days, and players are generally allowed to visit the venue during the last two days , but the specific exhibition area is still open to game industry players, media and analysts only.
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