E3 2017 Recap Continued
With the press releases for PC, Ubisoft, Sony, and Nintendo finished, we can continue our coverage of the titles announced at this year’s E3.
XCOM 2: War of the Chosen brings new classes and a new story to the game.
Ooblets, a creature battler was shown.
BattleTech, a mech-based turn battler was shown with both customization and in-development gameplay.
Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord, a medieval war game.
Total War: Warhammer 2: Battle of the Fallen Gates showed off some epic RTS gameplay with a release date of September 28th.
Shadowverse Wonderland, a card game expansion set to release on June 29th.
Tunic, a 2.5D topdown game with a Fox protagonist.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds showed an update including climbing, vaulting, and weather effects.
Killing Floor 2: Summer Sideshow gives players a frightening carnival theme for the game.
Ylands combines a lot of genres into one with a very polygonal art style.
Griftlands looked to be a sci-fi story-driven game.
Lone Echo was shown to be a VR-based game with racing and ball-gaming.
LawBreakers gives multiplayer arena gamers something to look forward to.
WarGroove captured on the Fire Emblem/Advance Wars formula very nicely.
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle joins the Mushroom King and the Rabbids together for some hilarious antics.
Assassin’s Creed Origins saw some extended footage shown.
The Crew 2, a story-racer, had an announcement trailer.
Skull and Bones had a cinematic trailer, PVP details, and multiplayer shown.
South Park: The Fractured But Whole was shown to follow up from the Stick of Truth.
South Park: Phone Destroyer was a mobile title announce.
Transference, a psychological thriller was announced.
Just Dance 2018 continues the yearly installments to the dancing franchise.
Starlink: Battle for Atlas features physical aircraft that attaches to a player’s controller.
Steep: Road to the Olympics is an expansion to the snowboarding title.
Far Cry 5 had a cinematic trailer and gameplay trailer shown.
Beyond Good and Evil 2 follows up for the long-requested sequel to the 2003 original game.
In our next post, we will highlight the titles shown during the Sony show and the Nintendo event. Stay tuned and please, let us now how you liked the games that were shown off this year! Comment below or join the conversations in our forums!!!