The gaming showcase at the 2010 show will be 50 percent bigger this year, according to organizers, taking up some 13,000 square feet. Microsoft and Sony (natch) will be on hand, as will smaller companies DDR, Guillemot and Iron Will Creations.
CES was actually the birthplace of E3, but don’t expect the gaming trade show to move back into its parents house. Select game publishers will have hotel suites to show off imminent games, but won’t announce any new titles of note. At best, we might learn a few more details about Microsoft’s upcoming Project Natal – but that would come during Steve Ballmer’s Jan. 6 keynote.
The 2010 CES will take place January 7-10 in Las Vegas.