New The Simpsons Game Rumored To Be Announced At E3 2019
The Simpsons have released many video games over the years, but aside from a mobile game first released in 2012, the yellow family have been fairly absent from games this decade. However, that may soon change, as it is rumored that a new Simpsons game might be announced at E3 2019.
The official E3 Twitter account recently announced a new panel that would feature the writers and producers of The Simpsons as a part of their E3 Coliseum programming. While the announcement does not specifically mention that a new Simpsons game will be announced, many have suspected that The Simpsons writers and producers would only find reason to appear at such a panel to help promote and discuss a new title.
— E3 (@E3) May 24, 2019
Few modern intellectual properties have endured the vast-changing pop culture landscape quite like The Simpsons. The Matt Groening-created television series has been making families laugh and schoolchildren have their bootleg shirts confiscated for over three decades now. Naturally, like other massively popular franchises, The Simpsons has expanded into other media, including comics, film, and video games.
Some have theorized that the new game could be a sequel of sorts to The Simpsons: Hit & Run, which is perhaps the most positively received and fondly remembered console Simpsons game ever. No matter what the panel ends up announcing, it will surely be an enjoyable time for Simpsons fans and gaming enthusiasts. Hopefully, the crowd does not attract trolls shouting “Boo-urns” at the creatives, should the announcement they are hoping for is not made.
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