It’s not long before we can put the pre-E3 madness behind us and just savour the madness of E3 itself. Today has seen a bunch of announcements, new trailers, a release date announcement and even a (rumoured) game delay. Let’s see what’s been going on?
- Hitman 2 Is Coming In November, And It’s Not Episodic
- Team Up To Fight Robots In Generation Zero, Just Cause Developer’s New IP
- Days Gone Will Be Out In February 2019
- Crackdown 3 Reportedly Delayed Until 2019
- Paladins Has Been Confirmed For Switch, And It’s Out Next Week
- Strange Brigade Has A New Co-Op Trailer, Watch It Here
- Persona 3: Dancing In Moonlight & Persona 5: Dancing In Starlight Coming To PS4 & Vita
- Former PSVR Exclusive Moss Is Now Available For Oculus Rift And Vive
- The Walking Dead: The Final Season Debuts August 14th
- Rafa Nadal Plays A Retired Plumber In Latest Mario Tennis Aces Trailer
- Microsoft Launch The Biggest Xbox Sale Of The Year To Coincide With E3
- Star Wars Battlefront II’s Han Solo Season Continues Next Week
- The Crew 2’s Season Pass And Future Content Plans Detailed
- Pacific Rim Uprising Director Has Talked To Sony About An R-Rated God Of War Movie
- Dave Bautista Eyes The Role Of Marcus Fenix In The Gears Of War Movie
Fear the Wolves is a new STALKER inspired Battle Royale game.
Rainbow Six Siege – Operation Para Bellum is now available.
The listing for Destiny 2‘s Forsaken expansion says you’ll need 104GB of space on your hard drive. One hundred and four gigabytes!
Tennis World Tour’s Nintendo Switch release has been delayed one week until 19th June, but its PC release is still on target for 12th June, and it’s already out on PS4 and Xbox One.
H1Z1‘s had some downtime to add new features.
[PS4 Update] All PS4 servers will be coming offline at 8AM PDT tomorrow (approx. 14 hours from now) for an update that includes the EMP grenade, weapon slot swapping, bug fixes, and more! Estimated downtime is 4 hours, with full patch notes to follow once the downtime begins. pic.twitter.com/I4dViPEFWk
— H1Z1 (@H1Z1) 7 June 2018
The third patch for Chrono Trigger on PC has updated the game UI, made quality of life changes for battles, and squished the slow down performance bugs later in the game.
GRIP got a new trailer and a vague release window for this autumn, so I guess they’ve decided they can go toe to toe with Red Dead Redemption 2?
And finally, Dungeon Defenders II will have native blockchain rewards, which means absolutely nothing, because literally nobody understands what blockchain is outside of being very clever.