US video games trade body the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) is likely going to have a mix of physical and digital offerings for future E3s.
That's according to president and CEO Stanley Pierre-Louis (pictured), who told GamesIndustry.biz that the organisation will be trying to learn from the first-ever only-online E3 event in the show's history.
He went on to say that nothing is confirmed yet as this year's E3 still has to go ahead.
"This will provide us with an opportunity to present to members of the industry, media, and fans an opportunity to participate fully, and I think that provides a real unique opportunity to learn this year what we can apply to future events that will probably be a mix of physical and digital," Pierre-Louis said.
"But that's to be determined. We've got to figure out where we all are moving forward."
The event is taking place between June 12th and 15th.