How to Test for E3 2017
IGN is reporting that Warner Bros. is testing a new system for the E3 video game conference in Los Angeles, California.
According to the site, the new E3 test system will be the same as the one used during the E2 and E3 videos.
This will be a much more intensive testing system, where the video stream will be split into two separate rooms.
Each room will have a separate player to test with and two test benches.
Players will be able to play in the first room alone while they wait for the next room to open, or they can join other people to test in the second room.
There will be no restrictions on the players that can play in any room.
According the site:If you are one of the lucky players to receive this new system, it will be available for free for all E3 attendees to try for a week.
You’ll have to pay $199.99 for the privilege, which is a price that is not affordable to many.
You can also sign up for a demo session, but that’s not guaranteed to be worth it either.
It will also be the only system Warner Bros has for E2 or E3, so you’ll need to be willing to pay a lot to get this to work for you.
The test will be open to any gamer and Warner Bros’ new test system is only available in Los Angelas.