Our special post-E3 2016 podcast is packed with an extensive recap of the announcements from all the major press conferences, and more.
In comparison to Microsoft’s E3 press conference earlier in the day, Sony’s was quite straightforward. With no new hardware to unveil, Sony stuck to the games, and did a great job of it.
Microsoft’s hardware-heavy E3 2016 press conference had its fair share of great moments, but also others that weren’t quite so.
With all the major press conferences completed, we now have a complete list of all the new games that were announced at E3 2016, and here they are with trailers/gameplay.
Xbox Anywhere lets gamers buy a game once and play it on both their Windows 10 PC and Xbox One console with shared progress, game saves and achievements.
At its E3 2016 press conference, Microsoft announced not one, but two new Xbox consoles, including what it calls the most powerful game console ever made.
E3 is once again upon is and aside from the speculation around games, there’s also talk of new hardware this time around.
Aside from revealing these new expansions to the Deus Ex universe, the stream will also devote plenty of time to new Mankind Divided gameplay.
Bethesda’s first ever E3 press conference last year is a tough act to follow, but based on several rumours doing the round, they’ve got a pretty solid line-up this year too.
Killzone creator Guerrilla Games’ new IP, Horizon: Zero Dawn has been pushed from its initial 2016 release window to a firm March 1, 2017 release date.
While this is a new IP, the game does reside within the Saints Row universe, as is evident from the symbol visible towards the end of the game’s reveal trailer.
Rumours suggest Watch Dogs 2 will feature a new spectacled protagonist and will shift settings from Chicago to San Francisco.
The new game will powered by DICE’s Frostbite engine, and EA appears to have dropped Lionel Messi as its cover star this year, replacing him with four “ambassadors”.
With Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 releasing this year, Mass Effect Andromeda has been pushed into early 2017, while new Star Wars Battlefront and Need for Speed games are planned for later in 2017.
A full gameplay reveal is planned for Bethesda’s E3 2016 showcase on June 13, which will be streamed live via Twitch and YouTube.
EA is skipping the trade and media-focussed E3 for its own fan-centric EA Play. It will take place in Los Angeles and London between June 12 and 14 – the same dates as E3.