Responding to rumors, the ESA announced on Thursday that E3 2021 will go ahead as a digital show, at least in part. It will be free for all attendees, the group added, clarifying rumors that it might charge for attendance.
The wording of the ESA’s tweet doesn’t make it clear if E3 2021 will be an all-digital show or if it will have some physical presence as well. We won’t have to wait very long to learn more about what’s in store. The ESA said the first details will be announced “very soon.”
A spokesperson for the ESA told GameSpot, “We’ve been hard at work to deliver a free experience for everyone interested in E3 2021, and we’re excited to share further details soon.”
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