Ubisoft is considering organizing a digital event after the E3 cancellation


of Andreas Bertits
After the E3 does not take place this year and Microsoft has already announced an online event as a replacement, Ubisoft could now follow suit. The publisher is currently checking whether it is worth paying off for your own digital event.

Microsoft has already responded to the announcement that the game fair E3 will not take place this year and instead wants to host its own digital event. Also Ubisoft is considering seeing this path.

Digital events instead of E3

Ubisoft writes on Twitter: "The health and well-being of the teams, players and partners is our top priority. Even if we are disappointed, we support ESA's decision to cancel the E3 2020. The E3 is and will always be something where we come together as a community to share our love of games with each other. We’re considering other options for a digital experience that we can use to share all the exciting news that we’ve planned. "

So it could be that Ubisoft, like Microsoft, is holding an online event through which you want to provide the community with news about the current games and announcements of new titles. The company will soon have more to say about this.

Source: Twitter

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