May 27, 2022

The official E3 2020 website has leaked the shows attendees a day ahead of schedule.

The website confirms several of the biggest participants, though there are a few noticeable names missing so far.

The leak was brought to light by forum users on ResetEra, the official E3 2020 website was briefly live before becoming password protected not long after.

Who’s On The List?

It contained a list of this years attendees, check out the confirmed list below:

You may notice some big omissions including Microsoft.

Though we know that Xbox will be present having confirmed this in January.

Nintendo has also been a mainstay of E3 for decades now, despite introducing their pre-recorded Nintendo Direct presentations in 2013.

The list is undoubtedly incomplete and will continue to be updated up until the event.

Maverick Sony

Sony previously stated that they will not be attending E3 2020, having also not attended in 2019.

As we get closer to the launch of the PS5 it’s assumed that they will be hosting their own presentation to build fan hype for the new console.

For the last few years Electronic Arts have hosted their own event coinciding with E3, so this years seems to be no different.

New Security

The E3 website also makes mention of enhanced security features for the media.

These changes include a new registration process and attendees’ personal data not being stored on the website.

These changes follow a massive information leak last year, due to the ESA storing E3 attendees’ personal information where the public could access it.

E3 2020 will run from June 9th until June 11th and currently the only confirmed press conference time is from Limited Run Games.

Sourced from: Gamespot


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