It's looking highly likely that E3 2022 won't be going ahead after an industry insider claims the digital event is a "probably" cancelled.
The news comes from reliable insider Jeff Grubb who recently uploaded a short video to his YouTube account discussing the E3 cancellation.
As reiterated by Grubb in his video, the physical E3 event has already been cancelled by the ESA. However, he goes on to state that “digitally probably also cancelled”.
So, although it’s looking like E3 won’t be present in any capacity for 2022, there’s still a lot to look forward to. According to Jeff Grubb, we’ve got the following events taking place throughout the year:
- January 27th = Elder Scrolls Online Event/Expansion/DLC
- February 22nd – 24th = DICE Summit
- February 25th = Elden Ring Release
- March 21st – 25th = Game Developer Conference
- May 4th = Star Wars Day
- May 26th – 29th = Star Wars Celebration
- Spring = Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Event
- Spring = Final Fantasy XVI Trailers & Information
- June = Summer Game Fest / Virtual E3 (maybe)
- August = Gamescom