It does not matter if you are from Spain or from any other place in the world since at the beginning or middle of June if you are a video game fan, time will stop for you to see the E3 2021, the most important video game event of the year that returns after its “drought” in 2020 due to the coronavirus.
Today the fair is in the news again because they have been confirmed new renowned studios that will be present in the same among those who are Bandai Namco Entertainment, Binge.com, Devious Eye Entertainment, Freedom Games, Gearbox Software, Sega, Square Enix, Turtle Beach, Verizon y XSEED Games that will exhibit their video games or related products at the Los Angeles fair.
“E3 continues its legacy as industry leading event of video games as we add new publishers, sponsors and partners“, said Stanley Pierre-Louis, president and CEO of ESA, organizer of the event.”We are eager to share more details about this virtual event available to audiences around the world.“.
Hope youre getting hungry cause weve got more chefs in the kitchen for this years # E32021! Our newest additions: SQUARE ENIX, SEGA, BANDAI NAMCO, XSEED Games/Marvelous USA, Gearbox Entertainment, Freedom Games, Devious Eye Entertainment, Turtle Beach, Verizon & Binge dot com! pic.twitter.com/DeIB6zFjTX E3 (@ E3) May 6, 2021
The great attendees of E3 2021
E3 2021 will be celebrated this year from June 12 to 15 with a format completely online in which there will be no paywalls of any kind so any video game fan can follow it completely free of charge from home or anywhere else thanks to mobile devices.
In this year’s event there will be, in addition to the companies mentioned above and others that may join in the next few weeks, Xbox, Nintendo, Capcom, Ubisoft, Take-Two, Warner Bros. y Koch Media while Konami finally did not attend the event to be working on several key projects while Sony, EA or Activision Blizzard have also announced that they will not be present during the fair.
What do you think of the new additions to the “catalog” of attendees of E3 2021?