Microsoft, Nintendo, Ubisoft, T2 and other 10 major factories will still participate in the E3 2020

ESA (American Entertainment Software Association) announced some details of the E3 2020, including Microsoft, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Take-Two and other 10 gaming majors will still participate in this year’s E3 2020, E3 2020 official website will be officially launched on February 13, local time.

Microsoft, Nintendo, Ubisoft, T2 and other 10 major factories will still participate in the E3 2020

ESA said it has received commitments from several companies, including Microsoft Xbox, Nintendo, Ubisoft, B (Bethesda), Sega, Capcom, Square Enix, Take-Two Interactive, Wanda Dream Palace Games (USA), Warner Bros. Games, Mobile, Amazon Game Studios, Epic, Tencent, THQ Nordic and more.

Microsoft, Nintendo, Ubisoft, T2 and other 10 major factories will still participate in the E3 2020

Sony did not participate in the E3 2020 last year and will not participate in the E3 2020 this year. EA quit E3 a few years ago, and this morning, TGA founder Geoff Keighley announced that he would not launch E3 Coliseum for the E3 2020 show and would not be exhibiting in person.

E3 2020 will be held on June 9 this year and will only be open to eligible industry insiders and anyone who buys a $995 Premium Badge. On June 10th and June 11th, players who buy $165 worth of player badges will also be able to participate in this year’s E3.

In addition, ESA said this year’s E3 will be “reorganized” with an extended live broadcast and a new live-streaming experience, especially for game developers.