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E3 2020 Will Offer Fans a More Immersive and Interactive Experience

The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has revealed on February 12th the starting date of registrations for E3 2020, together with a number of clues regarding the things fans can expect to see in the event.

According to the announcement, the official site opens on February 13th, but fans will be able to register to start with February 15th at 11.00 EST.

The official statement has enumerated a few things people should expect from the show: “E3, the world’s premier event for computer and video games and related products, has been reimagined to include new stage experiences, experiential zones, and live events to showcase new titles and innovations in video games and to celebrate video game culture.”

Reportedly, E3 2020 will be the host of the debut of a new floor experience that will be streamed: “E3 2020 will feature special guest gamers, celebrities, and digital programming on the show floor while connecting with global audiences through extended live streaming. A highlight will be the debut of an all-new floor experience that will be streamed to bring exclusive conversations with leading industry innovators and creators to attendees and fans worldwide.”

A More Interactive Event

The company’s CEO, Stanley Pierre-Louis has also released a statement, saying that the company is trying to make E3 2020 a more interactive and immersive experience, ‘with a show floor that will amplify our exhibitors, their innovations, and announcements.’

He also said that the E3 experience is a unique niche exhibit as it connects media, brands, inventors, as well as fans with one another.

When it comes to brands, the announcement also comes with the attendance confirmation of a handful of famous publishers: “Several leading video game companies have already committed to participating in E3 2020, including Xbox, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Bethesda Softworks, SEGA, Capcom, Square Enix, Take-Two Interactive Software, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc., and Warner Bros. Games, among others.”

For now, the fact that Sony will not be present is already well-known, but it seems like there will still be a multitude of great titles on the show floor.

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