The information we were all instead awaiting has landed: E3 2020 is not occurring. At least not in its standard guise. There will not be a massive live event in LA, and there will not be some showy onstage press conferences in the industry’s major players.
One publisher that may adopt this strategy is Warner Bros Games.
As Schreier cites, Warner Bros has been set to unveil a few exceptionally anticipated and heavily rumored games. Batman Arkham programmer Rocksteady was utterly silent for decades, but its competition has been on the charging for the writer’s showcase. The Harry Potter RPG we have been waiting for has been due to be declared, and the demonstration would also have brought us our first appearance at WB Montreal’s much-teased Batman match.
We do not know whether any of the aforementioned is a hundred percent accurate, but Schreier is an extremely reliable source. We are likely to think this, particularly given the current news concerning the above Harry Potter name. The great thing is that, as we mentioned earlier, Warner Bros can transform its intended E3 2020 series into an internet broadcast instead. We’d be amazed if it does not.
What do you think about this? Was this Warner Bros’ strategy for E3? Can it now change gears and declare these games using an electronic occasion? Change with the times from the remarks below.