The French video game company distances itself from E3 2023, Ubisoft wants to “move in a different direction” with its own event in June
From the announcement of its face-to-face celebration to the fall of the big three, including Nintendo. It doesn’t seem like things are going well for him. E3 2023, the video game fair par excellence returns this year, but without the support of the heavyweights of the sector. Less than three months after its celebration, it loses another name, since Ubisoft has announced that it will not go to E3 2023.
The confirmation comes from the VideoGamesChronicle medium, which collects the words of a representative of the video game company. “Although we initially intended to have an official presence at E3, we have made the decision to move in a different direction,” he explains. That’s not to say there won’t be any news from Ubi this summer, as they’ve rushed to announce that “we’ll be holding a Ubisoft Forward event on June 12 in Los Angeles“.
With this cancellation, there is no official confirmation from any major video game company for E3 2023. Although the organization, ESA and ReedPop, affirm that they have the support of several large ones, none of these has been pronounced for the moment. Even so, Konami is one of the candidates that sound the most, with the triumphant return of Castlevania y Metal Gear Solid.
What do you think? Will this be a year of forced rest so that the E3 2024 come back strong?
The ESA, the organization responsible for E3, responds to the rumors of the 2023 edition without Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony. It doesn’t look good.
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