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For years, June has been filled with major game and hardware announcements from Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo, along with major publishers like Ubisoft, Activision Blizzard, EA, and more. Starting in 2020, though, E3 has been very different. In 2021 the event was entirely virtual, and in 2022 it was canceled altogether. Despite plans to return to an in-person event in 2023, the show's future remains uncertain.

E3 2022 is canceled

How to watch Ubisoft’s Forward game conference

How to watch the EA Play Live event

E3 2020 has been canceled

Industry vet Geoff Keighley is skipping E3 for the first time in 25 years

“I look forward to supporting the industry in other ways.”

E3 organizer says it’s tightened security after accidentally doxxing thousands of attendees

All the games coming to Google Stadia at launch and through 2020

Google’s Stadia cloud gaming service is coming November 19th: Everything you need to know

You can still preorder a Premiere Edition to play shortly after launch

Dr Disrespect’s short ban divides Twitch community

Watch the full 26-minute Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order E3 demo

Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2’s creators want the game to grow up — but stay weird

How the creators of Yakuza turned hard-boiled detective drama into a game

Journey creator’s new game is designed ‘to battle against the human nature’

Monster Hunter: World is Capcom’s best-selling game — and it’s about to get even bigger

Fortnite’s second celebrity tournament was a spectacular preview of next month’s World Cup

Mixing a wild custom stage, well-known stars, and lots of money on the line

John Wick Hex turns you into a cold, calculated killer

The new Blair Witch game will let you pet its dog

Harvest Moon: Mad Dash is a fast-paced, welcome take on the slow franchise

The series creators are branching out

Sega does the retro console right with the fantastic Genesis Mini

Final Fantasy VII Remake is only part of the game, but it’s a massive world

Cyberpunk 2077 doesn’t look weird enough to be edgy

E3 2019: the most important stories from gaming’s biggest week

Fire Emblem: Three Houses mixes classic strategy with Persona-style relationships

E3 proved that video game publishers want to become Netflix

Microsoft xCloud and Google Stadia hands-on: Why I can’t compare them yet

Man of Medan’s creators hold ‘death meetings’ to find the best way to kill characters

Bethesda’s Fallout Shelter and YouTube streaming are coming to Tesla cars

Hollow Knight for $7.50 on the Switch is E3 2019’s best deal

Sayonara Wild Hearts is a pop music fever dream in video game form

Cadence of Hyrule is a delightfully weird Zelda rhythm game that demands you move to the beat

How the unsettling Gooigi became Nintendo’s big E3 star

“It might taste like coffee.”

Jedi: Fallen Order could finally be the Star Wars game we’ve been waiting for

New Stranger Things mobile game will feel familiar to Pokémon Go players

Even without Animal Crossing, Nintendo has an incredible holiday lineup

Google Stadia hands-on: near-flawless Doom Eternal running on a Chromebook

E3 2019: 15 best trailers from the show

Xbox boss Phil Spencer on the future of gaming: ‘The business isn’t how many consoles you sell’

The 14 biggest announcements from Nintendo’s E3 2019 presentation

Nintendo is working on a full sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild