E3 2022: EA cancels its EA Have fun with conference this year


The future of E3 2022 is uncertain and last January the ESA (Enjoyment Software Association) said they were incredibly excited about the future of E3 and eager to announce more details soon. Three months later, the data is still slow to arrive, but Digital Artistry won’t wait. LEA Have fun with 2021 will not take place.

Digital Disciplines is not quite ready

Large sober video game conferences have become a rare commodity since the Covid has turned everything upside down. Yet publishers still need to communicate with their audience about their future productions and their upcoming schedule. While we go to the dates of the3 and the Summer season Video game Fest, Electronic Artistry is canceling this big summer event, as the company confirms with our colleagues at IGN.

We love EA Have fun with Live because it’s our sober way of communicating with our players and sharing new things with you all. However, this year things don’t line up so we can show you everything in one go. We have some exciting things going on at our world-class studios and this year we’ll be revealing more about those projects when the time is right for each of them. We look forward to spending time with you throughout the sober year!

We will therefore certainly have to wait to discover the next Electronic Disciplines it is therefore not difficult for the sober editor to take the opportunity to make shorter presentations dedicated to his next big game, in a sober way which Sony can sometimes do with its Condition of Have fun with. Last year, the EA Have fun with Live life had testosterone levels on the occasion of EA presenting GRID Legends, Apex Legends Introduction, Shed in Random or Battlefield Website. The publisher ended with the reveal of the Dead Room remake.