E3 2018: All The Biggest Games Which Grabbed Our Attention
The Electronic Entertainment Expo that's E3 for short is the world's biggest gaming show, and each year's event shows us all the huge games we'll be playing in the future.
Last week i was thinking that It’s nearly that time of year again E3 is almost here, and withing fraction of few days E3 2018 has now come to an end but what a year it was. Big announcements, exciting trailers and some outstanding gameplay.
Below i have made a list of the E3 2018 games that grabbed my attention :
1. Assassin's Creed: Odyssey
Finally Assassin's Creed Odyssey got a big, official debut and i must say what an impressive reveal it was, showing off not just the new setting of Ancient Greece but some substantial changes to the core of Assassin's Creed as well.
This time around, Assassin's Creed is taking some major RPG cues, including dialogue options that give you a bigger say in the story and multiple endings to experience.
2. Cyberpunk 2077
As the trailer shows, Cyberpunk 2077 showcases a bold and vibrant futuristic society marked by robots, poverty, and intense violence. Sounds like you'll be able to create your own character and live out an adventure in this intriguing setting,
3. Ghost of Tsushima
No one knew much about this open-world samurai game prior to Sony’s E3 2018 press conference, but now no one can stop talking about it.
Interestingly this game is quite the change of pace for Sony’s Sucker Punch Productions, which spent the better part of the past decade developing its superhero Infamous series. Set in 13th century Japan, you play as a samurai on the island of Tsushima. The game will see you learn the samurai ways and ward off the invading Mongol Empire.
BioWare's game drops you into a treacherous environment in a Javelin mech suit as you take the role of a Freelancer, a warrior tasked with protecting mankind from some freaky-looking beasts.
It looks super slick, and the aerial mech action should help lend it a different tone than Destiny despite some similarities.
5. The Elder Scrolls VI
It's happening: Bethesda Game Studios just announced The Elder Scrolls VI with this brief trailer and that's about all we know about the next fantasy epic.
Bethesda says that it's in pre-production, so the actual game could be years off at this point. It may very well be for the next generation of consoles, given the expected scale of the experience. And yet it's still massive news, since The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim rates as one of the all-time best role-playing experiences, and now we can look forward to Bethesda making a new entry instead of just porting around the last one.
6. Forza Horizon 4
Forza Horizon 4 will take us to some potentially familiar terrain that's because it's set in and around London.
When on-road or off, Forza Horizon 4 should span a wide array of environments, and as the first trailer shows, the current season in the game can dramatically affect the way that roads and paths look and feel. Horizon 4 promises historic locations and "more choice and customisation" than past entries, along with 450+ cars and a new Route Creator feature. And as expected, it's coming out later this year.
7. Gears 5
Gears 5 looks wild, based this first trailer. Gears of War 4 felt like more of the same which wasn't a bad thing, but also not terribly surprising. But with a new heroine with some wild visions of alien creatures, this Gears seems potentially more horrific than ever.
8. Resident Evil 2
So that Resident Evil 2 remake Capcom announced several years ago then went dark on? It finally got a proper debut at the Sony E3 2018 showcase, and it's looking slick (with gross zombie blood). It isn't another first-person game in the vein of Resident Evil 7, nor is it fixed-camera classic horror like the original Resident Evil remake. Instead, it returns to the behind-the-shoulder perspective of Resident Evil 4, 5, and 6, though it seems to be steering clear of the melodramatic action of those later entries. The reveal trailer mostly followed Leon Kennedy, with only a brief cameo for Claire Redfield, so it's not clear if or how the remake will handle the original Resident Evil 2's choose-your-character approach.
9. Overkill's The Walking Dead
Zombie games are as ubiquitous as the common cold in today’s pop culture sphere but, when done right, they can create enrapturing survival horror immersion that reminds you of what makes the undead so scary in the first place.
Overkill’s The Walking Dead could well be one of these once-in-a-blue-moon games, as a co-op experience from the makers of Payday with a focus on staying true to the comic source material. Yes, that means emotive storytelling and an atmosphere so bleak you can practically taste it.
10. The Division 2
We're headed to Washington DC in The Division 2, and we'll have a lot to do once we arrive. The same "dollar flu" that wiped out most of New York City in the most game has also stricken the American capitol, and the societal breakdown has progressed even further as our agents of The Division arrive in D.C. several months later. As in the first game, you'll work your way through the region, keeping hostile factions in check as you progress through the campaign. The end game is where The Division 2 really stands out on its own: now you'll be able to choose class-like Specializations after you finish the single-player story, and you'll even be able to embark on raids with up to eight players.
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