Little by little we are learning more details about E3 2021 after last year’s edition was cancelled due to the coronavirus. Today we bring you more information from VGC.
According to what was shared, it will take place from June 13 with three days of live content along with an official app for fans. Thus, it would be a completely digital event.
The following is also shared from VGC:
ESA’s intention for the 2021 show is to hold multiple game partner opening sessions, streamed from an LED-clad live stage built in Los Angeles, as well as an awards show, a preview night and the ability for companies to schedule meetings with media and commercial users via the app.
The ESA wants to partner with Nvidia to power demos using its GeForce Now platform, VGC understands, and allow E3 exhibitors to make their gaming experiences available to the general public or privately to press and business people through its app.
In this way, some content would be restricted to the press and then unveiled to all fans.