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Will Nintendo, PlayStation and Xbox be present at Paris Games Week 2022?

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As it prepares for its big comeback in 2022, Paris Games Week tells us more about the advertisers who will be present.

We are only a few weeks away from Paris Games Week 2022, the most important French video game show. It will stand from November 2 to 6, and we know very little about its content and organization, even though the SELL is planning a grand edition, full of surprises. Today, the organizers tell us that the 3 largest publishers and manufacturers will indeed be present on site this year.

In a press release, Nicolas Vignolles explains: “The renewed confidence of the 3 manufacturers was decisive and essential to make this edition live up to the expectations of our visitors. Their presence is a powerful signal for our ecosystem which demonstrates that the PGW has become a key event on the European scene, unmissable for the public as well as for companies in the sector!”

Heavy to predict

This can only mean one thing: all the latest generation consoles will be present at the show, so those who have not yet had the opportunity to get their hands on an Xbox Series X/S or a PS5 will be able to enjoy their pass by to test them. It also means that we can expect some impressive booths, even shows for PlayStation and Xbox.

For the moment, companies remain very discreet about their attendance at PGW 2022, and the program also remains rather unknown. We just know that the show will once again invest the great hall of Paris Expo, but will only take place in one hall this year. We wonder how the organizers intend to squeeze in all the beautiful people planned, especially in view of the festivities that will celebrate the reunion.

After an edition with great fanfare in 2019, the organizers had no choice but to cancel the 2020 and 2021 editions when the pandemic broke out. This return home therefore also marks the return to normal life, although we suspect that health protocols will be put in place for the safety of advertisers and visitors at the dawn of the eighth wave of Covid-19. .

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