Disney and Marvel make their E3 late for the D23 Expo

From Avatar to Marvel via Star Wars, Disney has its share of video game projects on the way and intends to give news of them.

This is a first for the firm with big ears. Disney will present the future of its video games in a dedicated conference at the heart of its famous D23 Expo. This meeting is always eagerly awaited by aficionados of the Burbank studios but this year, players of all kinds will also be able to find their account. Many Disney-branded projects have been absent from the usual summer presentations, and we now understand why.

Mickey intends to capture attention and keep it focused on him. The conference will take place on September 9 at 10 p.m. (French time). It will be possible to follow it live on the various social networks of the firm, as well as on YouTube and Twitch. If the Disney teams have made the decision to make their own presentation, it is surely that the surprises will be there to surprise the public. But then, what should we expect for this Disney & Marvel Games Showcase? Suffice to say that a package of productions are preparing to give their news.

The magic of Disney operates in video games

Bibidi bobidi bou” and with a wave of a magic wand, the Disney studios arrive with a whole batch of video game productions. With Avatar at Ubisoft, Marvel’s Midnight Suns at 2K Games where again Disney Dreamlight Valley at Gameloft, the Disney studios have made allies with big names in the industry. The presentation will bring new details on many games that we already know exist. New content for Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga or even the release date of the racing game disney speedstormthere are so many announcements that fans are waiting for.

However, this conference will also be an opportunity for the studios to unveil new titles that are still kept secret. With these little ones that will spice up the presentation, the amount of games that Disney promises us is truly magical. At the same time, between Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm and the Fox licenses, it must be said that the firm has what it takes to adapt its universes. If there is a title that we want to discover in more detail, it is the sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Is Jedi: Survivor will point the tip of its nose next September? There is no longer a long wait to find out.

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