The ESA Shows How E3 2016 Was Built

on June 23, 2016 12:35 PM

We’re all used to see the glitz and the games coming from E3, but we don’t often see much of the extensive preparations needed to make the show possible.

This time around, the ESA decided to give people a glimpse on just that, releasing a quite interesting video focused on the preparations for the show.

If you want to see how 45 technicians worked for a month to make the show possible, laying down seven basketball courts worth of visuals and 4.5 miles of aisle carpet, check it out below.

 /  Executive News Editor
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