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E3's digital event may be cancelled too, says Jeff Grubb

Published: 09:51, 18 January 2022
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Reliable journalist reports that the E3 online event may have also been cancelled and that we won't have an E3 this year. 

A couple of weeks ago, it's been confirmed that E3 2022 will not be held in person, which left a possibility for a potential online event like last year. However, it seems that the digital event could also be cancelled. At least that's what reliable GamesBeat reported Jeff Grubb claims in his latest update.


"E3 is been cancelled, well physically it's been cancelled, digitally, probably also cancelled," Grubb reveals. 

For the time being, take this with a grain of salt since ESA have not officially confirmed that online E3 will not take place this year. The organiser have said that the in-person event won't be happening but the digital event was still supposed to take place in June.

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Whether or not something changed in the meantime we don't really know so let's wait for the official update. Last year, E3 was hosted digitally due to the ongoing pandemic while the year before, it was not held at all. 

Publishers still hosted their big showcases in June so if the E3 online event is indeed cancelled again, we expect Xbox and other publishers who still participate in E3 to have their showcases in June 2022. 

We also expect to see Geoff Keighley's Summer Games Fest return this year with new partners and big world premieres.

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