E3 2021 has ended for this year. What, Who and When? Read it here!
This year’s event was virtual and publishers came forward with strong support to E3 2021. Publishers like Nintendo, Microsoft, and more held conferences at their designated days as part of the event. Let’s have a look at the conferences and announcements of E3 2021.
The event kicked off with the Warhammer Skulls show where 14 huge announcements were made. The best announcement came with the reveal of Warhammer 40000: Chaos Gate-Daemonhunters and updates related to Total War: Warhammer 3 and Vermintide 2.
On June 9th, EA DICE dropped the bombshell, the all-new Battlefield Six called Battlefield 2042. The trailer revealed intriguing insights about the new game. The game will contain huge maps, three multiplayer modes, and a dynamic weather feature.
The Summer Game Fest started on June 10th and the biggest announcement made in the fest was Elden Ring trailer. The game is a sequel to Dark Souls series. Moreover, the fest also announced Borderland’s spin-off and Tiny Tina Wonderland. These titles are set to release in 2022.[novashare_tweet tweet=”This year’s event was virtual and publishers came forward with strong support to E3 2021. Publishers like Nintendo, Microsoft, and more held conferences at their designated days as part of the event. Let’s have a look at the conferences and announcements of E3 2021.” cta_text=”E3 2021 Roundup Part 1″ hide_hashtags=”true”]
The Ubisoft show’s best part was the world’s premier gameplay of Rainbow Six Extraction and some fascinating details on Far Cry 6. However, the biggest announcement came in the shape of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora game trailer.
The Xbox and Bethesda show came with huge announcements where 30 new games were revealed. Moreover, the show also shed light on a new open-world game called Contraband. The biggest announcement of the show was the launch date for Starfield; November 11th, 2022.
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