Monday, Jun 18 2018 | Updated at 11:10 PM EDT

Stay Connected With Us F T R

May 16, 2017 09:20 AM EDT

E3 2017 Consumer Passes Finally Sold Out, Confirms 15,000 Extra Guests [VIDEO]


The consumer passes for the upcoming E3 2017 are now sold out, which means a lot of gamers are excited to go to this yearly gaming event. It also points out that there will be 15,000 extra guests coming to it.

E3 2017 Consumer Passes Sold Out

The ESA has announced recently that the E3 2017 Consumer Pass has officially sold out. This has also confirmed that there will be 15,000 guests coming to the event. This coming E3 event will mark the first time that E3 has opened its doors to the public since it was only exclusive to the press and other organizations, Dual Shockers reported.

The tickets to the event were limited to 15,000 and went on sale on Feb. 13 for $250. For those who took the early bird-like discount on the day of its sale, they were able to get the tickets for only $150. ESA tweeted the results after the tickets were finally sold out.

Devolver Digital Goes To E3 2017 With Cool Event

In other E3 2017 related news, game publisher Devolver Digital will be coming to the event with an Indie Picnic event. The best part of this deal is that it will be free to all E3 attendees, Dual Shockers reported in another post.

The game publisher will be bringing some off-site fun to the even for its Indie Picnic event with some great stuff for participants to enjoy. They will enjoy some game demos from the hosts, some great food, and many more.

Devolver Digital's mini event will take place across the street from the Los Angeles Convention Center, which will be near Hooters. The E3 attendees with an event badge from June 13 - 15 can join in the fun for free, and the show will run from 11am - 7pm during each day of the grand event.

The Indie Picnic area will have indie demos from Devolver and other participating companies such as Indie MEGABOOTH, X-Split, and Gambitous. NVIDIA, Logitech, and Alienware will be the sponsors of the event from the hardware end.

Check out the PlayStation E3 2016 Press Conference video below:

See Now: Facebook will use AI to detect users with suicidal thoughts and prevent suicide

© 2017 University Herald, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.

Join the Conversation

Get Our FREE Newsletters

Stay Connected With Us F T R

Real Time Analytics