E3 2017 passed and brought a few big announcements which fans have been expecting with excitement. The big video game companies did not hesitate from working on new titles. Electronic Arts, Bethesda, Ubisoft, and Microsoft came with great news and surprises for their most devoted fans.
Electronic Arts had the most numerous reveals at E3 2017
The press conference held by Electronic Arts was sprinkled with big words, talking about how they want to improve the user experience and to shape the games after the customers’ preferences. They made a few game announcements, which were not that legendary, but still have the potential to impress their fans.
Among the confirmations, there was an expansion for Battlefield 1, called In the Name of the Tsar, Need for Speed Payback, a FIFA 18 which gathered data on Ronaldo’s moves and techniques, or Battlefront 2. What was truly impressive was an upcoming co-op featuring Alcatraz-inspired prison escape adventure, called A Way Out.
The true surprises came from Bethesda, but Ubisoft and Microsoft were also high
Bethesda came with truly exciting news. After announcements related to Fallout 4, a VR version for Doom, and a card game inspired from The Elder Scrolls, called Elder Scrolls Legend, they brought out the goodies. More precisely, the upcoming titles are new games in the following series: Dishonored, Wolfenstein, and Evil Within. The conference was short and on point, and reveal everything we wanted to hear.
As expected, the big star of the Ubisoft conference was the Assassin’s Creed Origins reveal, which confirmed all rumors and presented the setting in Egypt. Other titles presented were The Crew 2, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, Transference, or Beyond Good & Evil 2.
In the end, Microsoft also had quite a memorable conference at this year’s E3. surprised us with a new Metro game, called Metro Exodus, or Forza Motorsport 7. Then, the conference offered us a peak at a new Battlegrounds trailer, and ended with Anthem, a new title featuring battling robots. What is most exciting about Microsoft is the fact that, since they acquired Xbox, all its games will come on both platforms.
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