Although it has a lot to declare, Konami will be absent from this year's E3 show

Although it has a lot to declare, Konami will be absent from this year’s E3 show

We’ve been angry with Konami for a while now, not only because of Metal Gear Survive, but also because he’s unwilling to do anything about Silent Hill. Hope started when we learned that this publisher, among others, will be participating in this year’s unusual E3, however, today he indicated that this would not be the case, despite a lot of content to be announced.

Konami indicated on Twitter that he is sorry, but is not ready to participate in E3. Of course, this won’t be the case as they have nothing to show, as they are working on several major projects, so we can expect to hear about it in the coming months. The publisher also added in a statement below that this should not be misunderstood by the Entertainmentemt Software Association, the organization that organizes E3, has great respect for the Los Angeles show and is confident that it will be a hit in 2021. The event and in the future they will support their presence. The same way they have done so far.

E3’s official Twitter account responded with gif Nic Cages / Con Aires that they regret it, but in the spirit of Konami, they’ll still be there on the show and meet again next year (most likely at a traditional Los Angeles event).

Obviously Konami will be coming up with something on the Pro Evolution Soccer front, but tens of millions of fans are already waiting for a new Metal Gear announcement, but maybe more on the Silent Hill front for something new that isn’t a gameplay thing. Regarding the former, it is rumored that they will receive a remake, and on the latter, that the developers of The Medium have launched the new Silent Hill to develop when they already understand the horror language well.

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