@el-shmiablo said in That's News!:
@gageblackw23 I think this will have very little to no effect on Sony and the success of the PS5.
E3 is a press event and an enthusiast show. The vast majority of people who buy consoles have no idea what it even is, and most will digest the event through individual trailers on YouTube.
All Sony needs to do is schedule a State of Play for right around the event. He'll, if Microsoft keeps up the quality (or lack there of) of their last few conferences, Sony might just win by default.
I think they can replace it with presence at other events but State of Play is something they have to fix, cause in 2019 was a bit of a mess.
Not just for the mixed feedbacks from fans but like in terms of viewership they were very low both live and afterwards. For sure there will be more interest this year because of the new console, that's natural, but there are also some adjustment to make with the format.