While some of us are still getting our heads around the fact that E3 2017 will be open to the general public, the time to make a solid decision has come. The decision for gamers to decide if they will attend the big event!
As of Monday the 13th of February, 15,000 tickets will go on sale at $250 dollars, ($150 dollars to those who buy tickets as part of an early bird discount), but if you’re debating whether the price is a little beyond your means, you have yet to hear what the ticket covers. It covers full access to the show floor, panel discussions and other events that will take place on the Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. (June 12th to the 15th of June.) It also covers you to other special benefits as part of Geoff Keighley’s E3 programming, whom the ESA (Entertainment Software Association), has paired up with.
Regardless of that though, it is E3, the event where Nintendo are bound to show off the rumoured Pokémon Stars, Super Mario Odyssey and possibly even a new Zelda game for the 3DS, so even if it was $300 dollars, if you are a US resident, you would be a fool not to attend.
Source: Game Spot
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This post was written by Solid Jack