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State of Play Proves Summer Game Fest Is No E3

While the underwhelming updates and lack of useful information during the State of Play showcase may have been disappointing, it could also foreshadow a poor outcome for the upcoming Summer Game Fest content. It is possible developers and publishers may choose to withhold big updates and reveals from the Summer Game Fest that otherwise would have made it into the E3 Expo. This could be because the game festival is seen as smaller or less valuable than past E3 opportunities. If this were to happen, gamers tuning in may be consistently presented with empty updates and bare-minimum details for a selection of less popular or lucrative upcoming titles.

However, it is possible that highly anticipated games like Hogwarts LegacyMass Effect 4, Dragon Age 4, and Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 will receive special updates or announcements independent of Summer Game Fest in the coming months. While the chance to see a big reveal during a game festival can be exciting, the lack of an E3 Expo platform could encourage developers to release information in more regular intervals, or in timeframes that are more spontaneous. While this does make it hard for gamers to plan ahead when searching for upcoming game news, it could add a fresh air of excitement when waiting for updates. Despite the PlayStation State of Play leaving much to be desired, it is still possible big updates could be just around the corner.


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State of Play Proves Summer Game Fest Is No E3

While the underwhelming updates and lack of useful information during the State of Play showcase may have been disappointing, it could also foreshadow a poor outcome for the upcoming Summer Game Fest content. It is possible developers and publishers may choose to withhold big updates and reveals from the Summer Game Fest that otherwise would have made it into the E3 Expo. This could be because the game festival is seen as smaller or less valuable than past E3 opportunities. If this were to happen, gamers tuning in may be consistently presented with empty updates and bare-minimum details for a selection of less popular or lucrative upcoming titles.

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However, it is possible that highly anticipated games like Hogwarts Legacy, Mass Effect 4, Dragon Age 4, and Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 will receive special updates or announcements independent of Summer Game Fest in the coming months. While the chance to see a big reveal during a game festival can be exciting, the lack of an E3 Expo platform could encourage developers to release information in more regular intervals, or in timeframes that are more spontaneous. While this does make it hard for gamers to plan ahead when searching for upcoming game news, it could add a fresh air of excitement when waiting for updates. Despite the PlayStation State of Play leaving much to be desired, it is still possible big updates could be just around the corner.

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