E3 2021 is here!
One of the top exhibitions of the gaming world is set to start today after a year hiatus. Last year the exhibition didn’t take place due to the global pandemic. However, Electronic Entertainment Exhibition better known as E3 is back this year with its virtual version. Some of the world’s largest video gaming companies will reveal their upcoming projects and updates of existing games.
This year the event is divided into a series of video conferences set to be live-streamed and coordinated by ESA; the Entertainment Software Association. Viewers and fans can tune in to Facebook, Twitch, YouTube, and Twitter to watch the live stream. However, fans will have to first register themselves through an online portal.
Fans can expect exciting news and updates in E3, however, if you are a PlayStation fan then there aren’t any goodies for you. Sony isn’t taking part in this year’s E3 and you won’t hear anything related to Sony over this weekend. However, what you can expect is an announcement related to Elden Ring which is coming in January next year. The team behind this project is the creators of the beloved Dark Souls series.
Moreover, you can also expect news from Microsoft as Xbox is building a new streaming device. Xbox is also working with TV manufacturers to integrate Xbox Game Pass into smart TVs. In addition to Xbox, you can also expect news from EA about Battlefield 2042 tomorrow. If you are a fan of Battlefield, you better tune in to the live stream to know about the exciting new features of Battlefield 2042.
Grab your popcorns and get ready for surprises that are in store for you in E3 2021.
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