E3 2022 has been officially canceled. While rumors had been circulated for several months on the program, today’s announcement was a bit disappointing. The planners of the program claim that an event will be held in person next year, but many fans are still skeptical and see this as a possible death sentence for the program as a whole. It is difficult to say it with certainty, but many players are disappointed, in any case. E3 was an annual event that so many fans expected with anxiety. The news is especially disappointing for those who never had the opportunity to attend.
- E3 was definitely something I expected with anxiety!
- Probably where it belongs, honestly.
- That could be something positive!
- Some are worried about what I could mean for games…
- … while others are sad, you may never have the opportunity to go.
- It’s hard to overcome that hype!
- However, certain employers could be happy.
Instead of E3, there will still be many other digital events. Geoff Keighley has used today’s news as an excuse to promote Summer Game Fest, and Limited Run Games has already confirmed that he will continue to organize his annual “LRG3” event. It is likely that Xbox and Nintendo were planning digital events for E3 2022, and they will probably still launch them, with some adjustments. The players will only have to wait and see how things are developed, but for now, it is easy to see why some are disappointed.
Keep reading to see what fans say about E3!
E3 was definitely something I expected with anxiety!
Probably where it belongs, honestly.
That could be something positive!
Some are worried about what I could mean for games…
… while others are sad, you may never have the opportunity to go.
It’s hard to overcome that hype!
However, certain employers could be happy.