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E3’s fan passes completely sell out

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.

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