Last month, Entertainment Software Association announced his original plans at the E3 annual meeting. Not surprisingly, Microsoft and Nintendo are teaming up with major software developers and publishers like Capcom, Konami, Ubisoft, Take-Two Interactive and Warner Bros. Games. A few big names are missing from the list, but today ESA is filling the void: Square Enix, Bandai Namco and Sega are all took part in the event.
While today’s enhancements are the biggest toy on the market, there are a few major companies that haven’t yet confirmed E3 this year. The biggest of them is Sony and EA, but neither of them have participated in E3 for many years – EA often does its own EA Play show right away. And Sony hasn’t participated in the E3 since 2018, so it’s no surprise to see them sitting this way. So far, Activision is probably the biggest name not to be on the list; the company looked good in 2019, so it would not be a surprise to join them this year.
Aside from that possibility, then it’s probably the E3 series we’ve got this year, as the show is starting to last more than a month. This year E3 will run from June 12 to June 15, and there will probably be some news from companies that are not participating today.
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