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E3 2020 confirms Microsoft, Nintendo, Ubisoft, and Bethesda

E3 2019 – will this year’s expo be better? (pic: ESA)
Sony and Geoff Keighley might not be at E3 this year but most of the other big publishers will be, according to a list of exhibitors.
It’ll be the 25th anniversary of the first E3 this year, but while it’s still the world’s biggest video game trade show it’s been clear for a long while that it’s not going to have a particularly happy birthday.
For the second year running Sony is refusing to attend , which last year also led to a number of third party publishers not turning up or putting on events outside of the main show.
But now a full list of exhibitors has been revealed by the ESA, who organise E3, and it seems to include just about everyone.
Companies including Microsoft, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Bethesda, Square Enix, Take-Two, Bandai Namco, Capcom, Warner Bros., and Sega will all be present at E3 2020.
A previous leak (which happened when the ESA accidentally put their site live early) also mentioned other publishers such as Activision, Amazon Game Studios, Epic Games, and THQ Nordic.
Without a floor plan though it’s currently impossible to tell whether these companies will have proper stands in one of the main halls or if they’ll just be in behind closed doors meeting rooms.
Activision, for example, didn’t have a stand last year but they did have representatives at E3 and were showing off games, just nothing the public ever got to see.

The question of whether E3 should be open to the public is one of the main issues surrounding the future of the event, with the ESA currently only allowing in a limited number via some very expensive tickets.
One person that doesn’t think this is a good idea is The Game Awards creator and host Geoff Keighley, who tweeted that he was ‘uncomfortable’ with plans for E3 2020.
Although his involvement with Gamescom and The Game Awards means he has got a vested in interest in the matter, this means that the usual E3 Coliseum events won’t take place this year.
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The main problem with E3, though, isn’t whether the public should be let in or not but the fact that publishers don’t want to pay the millions it takes to put on a good stand and would rather communicate info on new games via their own events and streams, which are easier to control and don’t have to compete with other companies.
E3 is due to take place between 9 and 11 June at the L.A. Convention Center, although the first day will only be open to press and industry professionals.

I wanted to share some important news about my plans around E3 2020.
— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) February 12, 2020

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