The upcoming Electronic Entertainment Expo is reported to be coming back this year and will be in digital-only format.
According to a recent VGC report, E3 this year will be digital-only, but it will be making a comeback. The media outlet states that the pitch documents sent to a number of publishers and seen by them, it has now outlined its proposals for this year’s event.
The documents revealed that it will be held three days of live-streamed coverage. It will be held on June 15-17. The Electronic Software Association or ESA plans to hold two-hour keynote sessions from games partners, an awards show, a June 14 preview night, and other smaller streams from games publisher, influencers, and media partners.
A week before that, the broadcast event will be supplemented by media previews. There will be some demos too on consumer platforms.
An ESA representative gave a statement to VGC:
We can confirm that we are transforming the E3 experience for 2021 and will soon share exact details on how we’re bringing the global video game community together.
We are having great conversations with publishers, developers and companies across the board, and we look forward to sharing details about their involvement soon.
Hopefully E3 2021 will push through even if it is digital-only.