Ubisoft Pulls Out of E3 2023 After Previously Committing to the Show
Ubisoft won’t be part of E3 2023 after all, the company has revealed.
In a statement to VGCThe Assassin’s Creed publisher said it will have its own separate event in Los Angeles the same week as E3.
“E3 has fostered unforgettable moments across the industry over the years,” said a statement from Ubisoft. “Originally he was going to be officially at E3, but then he made the decision to go in a different direction and on June 12th in Los Angeles he will be hosting a Ubisoft Forward Live event. More details soon. We look forward to sharing it with our players.”
In February, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot said the company had “a lot to show” at E3 2023, making it the first major publisher to confirm attendance at the event. includes Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Skull and Bones, and Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, and the company plans to “launch many games” in the next fiscal year. But now, with Ubisoft pulling out of the event, the E3 lineup is in serious trouble.
With Ubisoft gone and no Xbox, PlayStation or Nintendo, there are currently no major publishers announced for E3 2023. The company will be announced for the expo. “
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The in-person component of E3 2023 will take place June 13-26 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. This year is ReedPop’s first time handling the event, but the company has experience with shows like his New York Comic Con, Pax, and Star Wars Celebration. This will be his first in-person show at E3 since 2019.
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