We’re just a few days away now from E3 2016, which means new game announcements, trailers, and more. Some fear that E3 won’t be nearly as big of a spectacle as in previous years, as companies like EA, Disney, and Wargaming are all skipping the conference.

According to industry veteran Geoff Keighley (who will host YouTube’s E3 coverage), this won’t be the case. In a series of tweets, Keighley expressed extreme excitement for next week’s festivities. Keighley has been covering E3 for 22 years, and he claims that this year’s show features “perhaps the best lineup we’ve ever had.” You can read his full thoughts below.

“Excited by all the amazing friends and developers who will be popping by on Monday’s E3 show. Can’t wait to share more…big surprises. I genuinely get excited this time of year. Next Monday will be a great day for our industry. World class content is coming.

“Looking over our show rundown tonight, we have perhaps the best lineup we’ve ever had. 12 hours of amazing news and wall-to-wall games. The @youtube E3 team is killing it. The best developers. The top YouTubers. United to celebrate the best entertainment medium in the world.

“It’s going to be such a big day. A marathon. Bringing together generations of gamers and very special guests to celebrate this art form. Ya’ll aren’t ready for what is about to happen. I’ve been to all 22 E3s. 22! I promise you our E3 team has worked as hard as ever to bring you the best possible show. The biggest games. The biggest names. The moments.

“So join us Monday on @youtube I couldn’t ask for a better partner. The scale of what we are doing is massive. Multiple stages. Big names. We will bring pop culture and gaming together in a big way next Monday. That’s the POINT. Let’s GROW gaming together. Tell your friends. Thank you for trusting me to bring you E3. I don’t take the responsibility lightly. We will work as hard as we can to make this YOUR day.”
— Geoff Keighley

Source: Geoff Keighley

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