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E3 2022 will not take place, Geoff Keighley's Summer Game Fest starts in June

Summer is, traditionally, the season of great videogame events: E3, gamescom, Tokyo Game Show, Summer Game Fest and all the announcements that accompany them. This year, however, we will have to do without the most "ancient" of these: E3.

The organizer of the Los Angeles fair, ESA, has in fact announced that this year's event will not take place, either in person or in digital format, but that it will return in full shape in 2023. The decision is probably due, in addition to the protracted global problems due to the pandemic (many developers who historically participate in the event come from countries where the contagion rate is still high), also to the ineffectiveness of the digital event organized last year, easily outclassed by the Keighley Summer Game Fest .

And it is precisely the latter who, seizing the ball, shortly after the cancellation of E3 confirmed that his event will also take place this year and that it will begin in June, the period in which E3 usually takes place. For now, the dates and appointments of the event are not yet known, but it is clear that all the conferences and announcements that were previously the prerogative of E3 will now arrive during the Keighley event that we remind you to be composed of a series of appointments throughout the summer, until the end of August. As always we will update you on the various appointments as they are announced.