E3 2021: Winners and Losers from the Week-Long Video Game Industry Event

E3 2021: Winners and Losers from the Week-Long Video Game Industry Event
The Electronic Entertainment Expo might not have taken place in the Los Angeles Convention Center this year, but the biggest gaming industry event of the year still had plenty to offer during its first all-virtual event.

E3 2021 kicked off June 12 and featured a variety of gaming news from the industry’s highest-profile studios and indie developers alike. The event marked the first E3 since 2019 and though it was less of a genuine industry convention and more of a collection of prerecorded marketing videos, the quantity of announcements still made E3 2021 a must-see event for gaming fans. E3 will be back in full force next year: Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti announced during the beginning of the 2021 event that E3 will return to the Los Angeles Convention Center in 2022.

There was an avalanche of game announcements, updates, and other topics to keep track of throughout last week, but some developers and
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