For the next three years, the COVID-19 epidemic has hit E3. The event will also be an online activity only during Omicron’s operation.
“Because of the ongoing health risks surrounding COVID-19 and how it could affect the safety of viewers and attendees, E3 will not happen in 2022,” the Entertainment Software Association said. GamesBeat. “We are still excited about the future of E3 and look forward to announcing more soon.”
Earlier this week, the Sundance Film Festival disruptive plans for a mixed type as it moved the entire event online for the second year in a row. The Grammy Awards, which are due to take place this month, have been suspended. Although IZO is taking place this week with a personal section in Las Vegas, the CSA decided to do so to end the show one day early.
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