Phil Lord and Christopher Miller will no longer be directing the Han Solo film. It’s news that we’re all too familiar with, after a flurry of similar creative conflicts in recent years.
Ubisoft’s conference was a strong display of creativity and a real celebration of the talent behind the studio. Despite the excessive leaks around certain projects, Ubisoft still had a few surprises up their sleeves. Here are some of the night’s biggest moments.
The biggest news to come out of Microsoft’s E3 press conference was almost certainly the reveal of their new console, but it also delivered exactly what fans watching have always asked for above all else; games, games and more games.
The service is set to be released imminently for Xbox LIVE Gold subscribers, a week before the official launch on 1st June. Microsoft are offering a 14 day free trial, with long-term subscription costing £7.99/$9.99/€9.99.
Owlchemy Labs, the studio behind the popular virtual reality game Job Simulator, has been acquired by Google. All 23 of the Austin-based studio’s employees will join Google to work on new titles, and will continue to produce experiences for all their platforms.
Far from nipping around to your friend’s house with an extra controller, eSports is a fully fledged, commercially viable industry with a bright future, and yet it still faces somewhat of a stigma.
Microsoft’s augmented reality headset the HoloLens has a new app specifically designed for practical assistance in surgical procedures. The advanced software could soon be used to assist surgeons in live procedures.
The actor, who starred in the original Jurassic Park (1993) and The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997), will reprise his cult role as Dr. Ian Malcolm, the insurance consultant who inexplicably survived both films.