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E3 2023 will really be a thing, says ESA

Haven't we heard that before?

E3 2023 will be an honest-to-goodness thing, organiser Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has once again declared.

Speaking with The Washington Post, the ESA’s Stan Pierre-Louis did his best to hype next year’s event.

“As much as we love these digital events, and as much as they reach people and we want that global reach, we also know that there’s a really strong desire for people to convene — to be able to connect in person and see each other and talk about what makes games great.”

The ESA cancelled all of E3 2022 — even digital offerings — back in April of this year. We’re right in the time that E3 would have run; in its place now sits Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest.

Are you excited for the return of E3 2023 or would you rather things continue as they are this year? Sound off in the comments area below.

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