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.
Another year of E3 kicked off with EA’s parallel event, EA Play. What it lacked in bombshells, it more than made up for in juicy gameplay footage and some pleasant surprises.
Ninja Theory’s Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrafice is coming to PS4 and PC on 8th August, at a price of £24.99/€29.99/$29.99. The announcement also came with a brand new trailer, below, that shows off some of the game’s astounding visuals.
Nintendo just aired a short Pokémon Direct, revealing three new releases for 3DS and Switch owners. Pokken Tournament DX and Pokemon Gold and Silver will be released 22nd September.
After teasing the news all week, Ubisoft have released a new trailer for Far Cry 5. The short clip, which you can watch below, gives us our first cinematic glimpse at the upcoming game. The game is set for release February 2018, and we look forward to seeing more of this stylish, politically charged world.
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.
Artwork has leaked for the upcoming Switch title Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. Artwork has leaked for the upcoming Switch title Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. The collection of leaked images includes details on the game’s mechanics, release window and marketing strategy, as well as a look at the game’s art style.
Dontnod Entertainment have announced they are working on a sequel to their popular episodic adventure Life is Strange. So far it is unclear if the game will continue to follow Max’s story, branch out to other characters or adopt a completely new setting.