The E3 season has definitely dawned on us. It’s as if we were all still in our winter clothes just like yesterday, and all of a sudden – bam! Now our days will be filled with fresh livestreams of big sports announcements. Until the event starts, we can only guess what will be shown, which is itself a time-honored E3 tradition. So while we wait for the actual announcements, let’s consider the games we’re likely to see on the E3 floor… well, the digital one, that is.
It’s been a long time coming. starfield Bethesda has the next big science-fiction game. Publisher announced starfield at E3 2018, but there hasn’t been much new information about it since then. Bethesda’s Todd Howard has said that a good portion of the game is currently playable, but we haven’t seen anything new since the obscure 2018 teaser trailer. It has been heavily indicated that starfield Bethesda will be a centerpiece for the convention at this year’s E3, so it’s a safe bet that we’ll see at least a little something about this game during Microsoft and Bethesda’s joint showdown.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2
Speaking of games that only have a trailer, Breath of the Wild 2, the sequel to the critically acclaimed Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, likely to get some love at E3 this year. Earlier this year, Nintendo held a Nintendo Direct talking about the 35th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda, but the company explicitly stated there was no news about it. Breath of the Wild 2. Maybe that means Nintendo is saving it for E3 this year.
The theme of these first three titles is clearly games that only have the trailer announced and followed by at least a year of silence. elden ring FromSoftware and the brainchild of George RR Martin – a truly fantasy world combining peanut butter and chocolate. The trailer was released in 2019 and we haven’t heard anything official since then, only whispers and rumours. This year’s E3 is the perfect time for FromSoftware to tell us more about this wildly anticipated action roleplaying game.
To give some context about context hello infinityOf course, we knew it was in development before the Xbox Series X and Series S had official names. Luckily, unlike the first three games on this list, we only have more than one trailer. hello infinity. From 2018, we’ve learned the scope of the game and how it will be the last Halo game for 10 years. Don’t worry: the plan for the title is to get frequent updates, like fate. Originally planned as a launch title for the Xbox Series X, it still doesn’t have a specific release date. Now, we all know that it will release later this year. Since there’s still some ambiguity, this year’s E3 iA perfect place to settle that matter and watch some more gameplay.
Let’s go back to the world of Nintendo and talk special3. Announced earlier this year, the third installment in the “Kid-Now/Squid-Now” Paint series will focus more on single-player content. In the announcement trailer, we saw a vast ruined desert, a complete departure from the vibrant and colorful Inkopolis. Nintendo walks us through the mystery of the single-player campaign; Now it’s time to reel in with some juicy multiplayer content at this year’s E3.
dragon age 4
It’s been almost seven years since the last installment of the Dragon Age series. A myriad of unanswered questions were left for players to fix for too long. We got a short teaser last year with an animated title trailer and news that the game would be removing the multiplayer mode and focusing on single-player content only. Fans are incredibly eager to see what the game will actually look like, and this year’s E3 is a great place to do so.
this is anotherer game that has seen less detail and many delays, but it has still captured the hearts of many players, who are drooling for some visceral ship-to-ship combat. skull bones The announcement was made at the 2017 Ubisoft press conference with a catchy trailer that focused on everyone’s favorite part Assassin’s Creed Black Flag (other than sea huts): ship combat. Sadly, apart from the news of the delay, we didn’t hear much about the game after that. It was then pushed back once more until the end of 2021. Well, it’s mid 2021 now and we still don’t know too much about it. Hopefully, Ubisoft will spend at least some time at its press conference showcasing more of that Sweet Ship Battle gameplay.
Dragon Quest 12: The Flames of Fate
OK, get me out. We know that the game was announced just a few days ago, and only in the form of a title teaser. However, one can assume that Square Enix wanted to wait for E3 to show more of the game. The 35th anniversary stream and E3 were very close to each other, so the timing makes sense. Square Enix will introduce the game at E3 this year, so it’s within the realm of possibility.