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Obviously anything will happen, but the statement is clear: don’t expect any Silksong news to appear at E3 2021 next month. The loyal users of the game are very happy, many people appreciate it, and praise the team for announcing the news a week in advance, so as not to cause disappointment in other aspects.
“I respect what they say so that when nothing happens, people will not be angry and yell at the team,” Redditor Mr_Mimiseku says. “This does not mean that I am unwilling to hold this game with dirty little fingers. The longer we wait, the better the performance of this game.”Despite the disappointing atmosphere-Silk Song fans are even eager to get a handful of new information about the game-most of the comments in the secondary review imitate Mr_Mimiseku’s comments.
Due to COVID-19, E3 was cancelled last year, but the video game exhibition is scheduled to return from June 12 to June 15 this year. Although there is no Silksong there, many other studios and companies (such as Xbox, Nintendo), Ubisoft, etc. will show upcoming games.
Silksong last appeared at the 2019 E3 conference, where IGN can play games. Read what IGN thinks about it and why it feels like Hollow Knight has risen to 11th place, and then make sure to watch 16 minutes of game time from E3 2019. While waiting for more Silksong news, whenever it happens, check out the Nintendo Treehouse Silksong presentation at E3 2019.
Wesley LeBlanc is a freelance news writer and guide producer for IGN.You can follow him Twitter @LeBlancWes.
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