Based on The Sport Awards Creator, Geoff Keighley, Netflix has been added to the roster of E3 Coliseum panels for the 2019 festivities. At current, the one confirmed particulars regarding the panel is the title–“Bringing Your Favourite Exhibits to Life: Growing Netflix Originals Into Video Video games.” A particular date and time has not but obtained clarification, neither is there at present information about who will host the panel and who will sit on it.
Keighley introduced the information on Twitter on his private web page. See the tweet under:
This yr at @e3 we’re welcoming @netflix for a particular #e3Coliseum panel with updates and information about its plans within the gaming house. pic.twitter.com/eLNSSdHKru
— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) Could 13, 2019
Primarily based on the panel’s title alone, it’s straightforward to discern it can focus totally on Netflix originals which are being tailored into video games, and fewer on Netflix collection tailored from gaming properties. Ought to followers anticipate an replace or trailer for the third season of the service’s acclaimed Castlevania collection, then? Maybe concrete particulars relating to the just lately introduced Dragon’s Dogma anime will emerge? For now, it appears troublesome to guage, however considerably unlikely.
Nevertheless, new details about Stranger Issues three: The Sport is certain to floor throughout E3, particularly because the title is because of launch on the identical date because the present’s Season three premiere: July four, 2019. Following the shuttering of Telltale, which was creating its personal Stranger Issues sport, Netflix revealed it could work on different methods to broaden the beloved franchise’s presence in gaming. Whether or not we’ll see such an try, past Stranger Issues three, mirrored at E3 2019 shouldn’t be identified. But, with studios similar to Devolver Digital expressing curiosity within the Stranger Issues license, something appears doable.
This yr’s E3 festivities kick off on June 11th and conclude on June 13th on the Los Angeles Conference Middle.
[Source: Geoff Keighley on Twitter]