E3 2022 confirms that it will be held again virtually

E3 2022 confirms that it will be held again virtually

The companies will repeat with digital presentations to present their news.

A few months ago it seemed that this 2022 would be able to return to a certain normality in the industry in terms of events, but the health situation is not loosening and the coronavirus pandemic is breaking records in many territories of the world. Therefore, the E3 organization has decided that E3 2022 will be, again, not in person. That is, like last year, there will only be digital events, whether they are presentations, virtual meetups, game tests, interviews, etc.

“Due to the continuing health risks surrounding COVID-19 and its potential impact on the safety of exhibitors and attendees, E3 will not be held in person in 2022,” said ESA, organizer of the fair, in a statement to Gamesbeat. “We remain incredibly excited about the future of E3 and we look forward to announcing more details soon. “

There are still five months left for the celebration of E3 2022, the health situation could be very different from the current one then, but in a normal year, the participation agreements, the sponsorships and other related topics. That is why ESA has confirmed so early that the fair will be completely digital for another year. CES 2022 in Las Vegas, where PlayStation confirmed PSVR2 specifications and announced Horizon Call of Mountains, did open its doors to the public and the organization has come under fire for it.


E3 was always characterized by being the world’s largest video game fair, which was attended by more fans than half, even, but it seems that the coronavirus pandemic may have changed its organization forever. Even so, it continues to be one of the most important events of the year in the video game sector, where companies show their bets for this year and the following. Although now they do it from home and with prerecorded presentations. Will E3 be able to stay relevant digitally for the second year in a row? Take a look at the highlights of E3 2021.

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