The much discussed fan passes for this years E3 conference in Los Angeles have completely sold out.
It's the first year of the conference allowing member of the public a chance to play as its normally exclusively for media and trade. However the 15,000 tickets put up by conference organisers for $249 in Feburary have sold out.
Other changes to E3 include allowing exhibitors to sell merchandise at thier stands, which of course was previously not required, and a new events that cater to a more public interest.
The show, between June 13th-15th will feature press conferences from gaming's biggester publishers and console providers with EA having a seperate event, Microsoft unveiling their Project Scorpio Console and all the news from Sony and Nintendo about their line-up for the next twelve months and beyond.