If the Los Angeles City Tourism Board is to be believed, we might not see E3 returning in 2024 or 2025, though the ESA says it hasn't finalized any plans yet.
"We appreciate and understand that interested companies wouldn’t have playable demos ready and that resourcing challenges made being at E3 this summer an obstacle they couldn’t overcome," the ESA ...
The company expects to release the likes of Assassin's Creed Mirage, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, and The Crew Motorfest before April next year.
Next year's E3 will be a four-day event that will have days allotted for business and consumer experiences, and will also partner with other events around the same time.
"We’re excited about coming back in 2023 with both a digital and an in-person event," says ESA president Stan Pierre-Louis.
The ESA had previously confirmed that plans for an in-person E3 2022 had been cancelled due to COVID concerns, but a digital event might not replace it either.
"Sony is and will continue to be the biggest loser at E3 by skipping the show, and I think they really should wake up," says the analyst.
ESA president Stanley Pierre-Louis says E3 2021 "provides a real unique opportunity to learn this year what we can apply to future events."
With so many rumoured and confirmed upcoming Switch games in the pipeline, what can we expect to see from the Big N at this year's E3?
With E3 2020 canceled, let's take a look back at Microsoft's best moments from previous shows.
Some of the greatest moments in gaming history.
The Big N's E3 replacement showcase might have fallen through.
The answer isn't as simple as you think it is.
With Sony no longer a part of the event, is E3 still as exciting as it once was?
Is your body ready?
If only Mr. Caffeine could "doodly doodly doop" these moments out of our memories.
This year's E3 has a number of potential show-stoppers - take a look at 30 of them here.
The world has evolved, but E3 has failed to keep up with it, according to Sony’s Shawn Layden.
"I think they're fools to bypass the show. And they'll be back," says Pachter.
It’s about finding ways to innovate in how Nintendo communicates with its audience, apparently.